RT codepitbull: I work in IT, which is the reason our house has:
- mechanical locks
- mechanical windows
- routers using OpenWRT
- no smart home crap
- no Alexa/Google Assistant/...
- no internet connected thermostats

RT notsofast: NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, t.co/C7ZPtI2bsk

RT BillGates: This is one of my favorite infographics. A lot of people underestimate just how much life has improved over the last two centuries: b-gat.es/2S23hlG t.co/kuII7j4AuW

If you're Google and your security team has 500 people writing high security access proxies, please do throw away your VPN.

But if you're a startup and your team of 3 ops + 1 sec has to write, deploy and maintain the entire infra, that uncool VPN will save your butts every day. twitter.com/sethvargo/status/1

RT astha_singhal: Call for volunteers is now open for @BSidesSF 2019! Come work with a fun and dedicated team of volunteers to make this amazing, community-driven event happen: bsidessf.org/volunteer.html.

RT claudijd: ssh_scan users! We'd like to understand more about how you use it, what works, and what doesn't. Tell us your story here => github.com/mozilla/ssh_scan/is

I know I need to get my screen time in check when I try to scroll up and down a paper book....

and here we see a group of engineering managers discussing OKRs with their ICs t.co/jTOi92UCfv

RT mattjay: Hiring cloud security operations folks. Job description forthcoming but think: Build ground-up security processes, architecture, tools and help DFIR, Vuln test/mgmt, monitoring teams work with the big public clouds (and container orchestration engines). Ping me. RTs welcome.

Before throwing money at expensive security audits, start by asking the devs the list of concerns and issues they know need fixing, and perhaps spend your money on that.

Audits that rediscover known issues don't increase security when the problem is lack of dev resources.

RT mekkaokereke: Everyone loves SpaceX, and thinks of Elon as the genius founder that invents new types of rockets that are cheaper, faster, more efficient.

It's fun to think of it as SpaceX versus NASA, or Silicon Valley vs Aerospace.

But let's talk about D&I, and logs. Logs as in timber. 🌲

New year's resolution: I will implement almost any signing protocol, but don't even ask about pgp.

RT Benjojo12: The demo gods pulled out all the stops for this one, Carlo Meijer accidentally flashed firmware on to the wrong drive on stage as part of a live demo at , unsure if his laptop will survive a reboot but an interesting talk regardless: media.ccc.de/v/35c3-9671-self- t.co/jjL1t3XMzZ

RT jamesmh_dev: Thread for Junior Developers/Engineers:

Bad news - the ability to be a master/elite coder is only the first step in your career 😞

You'll soon find that coding is the easy part.

Some of the hard parts - if you want to progress as a software engineer/developer - are:

Best thing I've read in a while. And, yes, you should give your cable tech a solid tip if you're asking them to crawl through an attic in a hot summer day (did that once, gave the guy $40 and 3 bottles of water). huffingtonpost.com/entry/cable

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