https://twitter.com/ErrataRob/status/1655396953943834625…predecessor, Michael Vatis.
https://twitter.com/Armen/status/1631513187190452224…but a cyber weapon is #unique as @mikko said. It deploys against a particular version(s) of Windows, or Linux, or even #antivirus software.
https://twitter.com/vmyths/status/1631417032490078210Worse, our own global community has never proved it -- and we've got every good reason to prove it if true.
https://twitter.com/CybersecuritySF/status/1630515167392833537Steve Morgan's guesstimates stretch from 2015 to the end of 2025. This chart shows how, in less than two years, everyone on Earth will be on the hook for $8,441 of his "global cost of cybercrime."
https://twitter.com/nedmiller/status/1496842089035927552There was an immediate feeling that everyone must cancel all Kaspersky subscriptions, as if customers -- especially corporate clients -- had a competitor's product waiting in the wings to replace it in some trivial fashion:
https://twitter.com/nicoleperlroth/status/1610776978826887169…legitimate criticism led many (perhaps most) victims in #cybersecurity to cry out that humor negates legitimacy: "the stakes are too high for <THIS|ME>to be taken so lightly!"
https://twitter.com/imaguid/status/1603809040869605376John's antics appealed to reporters infatuated with the newfangled idea of a computer virus. Some vendors (e.g. Solomon's) shunned it but others (e.g. Panda) couldn't help but play along.
https://twitter.com/_ShamGod/status/154036861404540928028K retweets for this hysterical advice to delete period tracker apps because state police can now haul women off to menstrual concentration camps
https://twitter.com/SM4Tech/status/1538689416415223808...I placed the bet because I worry our industry will create a "Cybersecurity No Fly List" (CNFL).
https://twitter.com/robtlee/status/1497723983038279686...popular that it's eating up all my free time. In December of that year the Ziff-Davis publishing empire will crown CVMhp "the world's #1 most useful website."
https://twitter.com/vmyths/status/1432518630454042624@taco_x86 I continued conversing w/ Roger Ebert on CompuServe in the '80s & '90s. After his tirade re: "Highlander 2," I emailed him to explain how it broke the timeline for the sword Ramírez wielded. "Another reason to hate the movie," he replied! [paraphrased]
https://twitter.com/ncdinglis/status/1495796455839252482He goes on to say 💯 "A durable [cybersecurity] solution must involve moving away from the tendency to charge isolated individuals, small businesses, and local governments with shouldering absurd levels of risk..."
https://twitter.com/Techmeme/status/1486235253215662080#thegrugq, who has 121K followers including the CISA Director herself, posted a video on "cyber warfare" the other day confirming cybersecurity's failure to save hospital patients' lives. Cyber MURDERS occur because IT & gov't don't yet care to stop it: