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I presented a Learning Lab at #RSAC 2019 on "#MentalHealth in #Cybersecurity: Preventing Burnout, Building Resilience" 🛡🧠💪. @RSAConference @MosconeCenter. Here are the slides:
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Our San Francisco bureau chief, @martingiles, spent several months working on a story about Triton, the world’s most murderous malware. Here’s why this malicious code is so terrifying. technologyreview.com/s/613054/cyber…
Previous “cyber-physical” malware like Stuxnet, which destroyed centrifuges at an Iranian nuke plant in 2010, targeted industrial equipment.
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Triton is the first time we’ve seen software deliberately created by hackers to put people’s lives in danger.
The malware is capable of disabling safety instrumented systems, which are the last line of safety defense in everything from petrochemical plants to public transport systems to nuclear power plants.
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Top DHS cyber official Chris Krebs: Russian interference in 2016 election was galvanizing moment for defense like Sputnik launch in 1957, bigger than destructive WannaCry and NotPetya. #RSAC
Krebs priories: 5G/China; federal networks; critical infrastructure cyber attacks; election protection.
On election machines (despite lack of legislation requiring this): “Auditability is going to be a key or primary focus going forward.”
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I'm seeing some say this highlights the talent shortage, while others (typically not hiring managers) continue to argue there is no shortage. There absolutely is a talent shortage, but as usual, there's more to the story than that. 1/n
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The global multi-million dollar infosec training industry confirms there's a talent shortage. Either that or the companies you want to work for are all idiots just urinating money away. Pretty sure it's the former. 2/n
Okay, there's a talent shortage. But wait, how can that be?! You know *super talented people* who are looking for a job. Maybe you are too. You conclude there can't be a talent shortage.

This my friends is an anecdotal fallacy (and possibly even an availability bias). 3/n
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