Twitter wisdom: April 9, 2013
Here’s food for thought from people you should be following on Twitter.
Actually it strikes me dentistry and infosec are similar. We both breach prevention better than the cure but often are ignored
— BrianHonan (@BrianHonan) April 9, 2013
Failure is just a reset opportunity. Improve w/ each iteration. True failure comes when you stop iterating.
— Joshua Corman (@joshcorman) March 28, 2013
Want to impress yourself? Break into systems. Want to impress me? Prevent systems from being broken into.
— Info Security Jerk (@infosecjerk) March 28, 2013
“The URL of this page begins with https:// – this means that the page is hosted on a secure server” – No, it means you are using HTTPS
— Robin (@digininja) March 28, 2013
Within a generation, we’ll have a digital overlay on reality that is more important to many than the real world. With vulnerabilities
— Martin McKeay (@mckeay) March 27, 2013
Any time someone tries to convince me their project is the future of anything, I start checking my pockets. Don’t tell me what, show me how.
— Meredith L Patterson (@maradydd) April 9, 2013