I've railed in the past on completely unqualified "infosec degree" holders. Apparently I'm not the only one who has negative experiences there.
#6wordcyber InfoSec Masters degree: "What's a botnet?"— Looney Carveheart (@hacks4pancakes) October 19, 2015
This next tweet sadly mimics real practices I've heard from clients.
"We use uncommon ports for security" #6wordcyber— Ciด้้้้้็ran McNดlly (@CiaranmaK) October 19, 2015
And I think every infosec consultant has heard this one:
We're not important enough to hack. #6wordcyber— O-scare-on (@oscaron) October 19, 2015
Need a feature for that software you paid for? Sure thing - it's coming right up...
That's fixed in our next release. #6wordcyber— Linux Dark ♞ (@lnxdork) October 19, 2015
One of our personal favorites (and common infosec fallacies):
Grab your tinfoil hats everyone:
"The NSA is my main adversary." #6wordcyber— Kyle Maxwell (@kylemaxwell) October 19, 2015
And who doesn't need free credit monitoring?
One year of free credit monitoring #6wordcyber— Steve Gibson (@stevegibson) October 19, 2015
Doing an IR? Don't just "clean" the systems. Rebuilding is usually the best plan.
IT says they cleaned the systems. #6wordcyber— Jaded InfoSec Pro (@edwardmccabe) October 20, 2015
But @packetdude took it a step further and created a meme from my LinkedIn picture.
There are lots more out there, you should check them out. But who ever thought you could say so much about cyber with so few words.