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Security Not Guaranteed - Or, how to hold off the bad guys for another day. - James Gifford Elijah Snow-Rackley @jrgifford Bsides Cleveland 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Security Not Guaranteed - Or, how to hold off the bad guys for another day.
James Gifford Elijah Snow-Rackley @jrgifford

Like many consumers, we have lots of accounts, spread throughout the internet. We typically can secure our settings (Social network settings and enabling 2 factor authentication), but it's not always so simple for a non-security professional. Here, we outline a version of the 20 SANS Critical Security Controls, for the consumer.

James Gifford is a Ruby developer and recovering IT consultant by day, AskUbuntu.com community moderator by evening, and infosec pundit by night. Highly skeptical of people who use OpenBSD on their laptops. Could be said that that he practices stats-driven "DevOops". Elijah T. Snow-Rackley is a contractor in varying technologic`al fields, 'InfoSec' enthusiast, uses OpenBSD as his primary operating system.


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