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Schneier: Security Awareness Training 'a Waste of Time'

Evil W1zard Partially Disagree (284 comments)

Security training is a necessity, but its almost always done incorrectly. As much as it shocks us there are still hordes of workers who have no idea what spearphishing is or why anti-virus doesn't wholly protect their computer.... My belief is that once a year and at start date of the employee you have an online brief going over basic security/what to look for, reinforce the fact that the network and individual systems are monitored and let them know what the penalties can be for not practicing what they are learning. You make it so you have to click a question every 2 or so slides so they cant just click through and then the kicker is if they dont pass they dont get to take the test again. Everyone who fails has to go to an in-person briefing with security and corporate leadership.... Guarantee more attention is paid to the content when the possibility of looking like a dummy in front of the bosses is there (and yes I know the bosses will probably fail too...)

And of course everyone should agree better security implementation within systems, networks, apps, processes and etc... should be accomplished. Thats a no brainer. But by no means should we just disregard trying to ensure the user base who has never heard of half the shit talked about on Slashdot have some kind of basic knowledge of what can go wrong when they open up furry_kittens.flv on their work machine...

about a year and a half ago
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T-Mobile G1 Rooted

Evil W1zard Rooted his own root access... (246 comments)

* OMFG break out your "I rooted you box and didnt even use a trojan" leet t-shirt.... Lame!

more than 5 years ago

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FBI Busts Contractor Trying to Sell Secrets

Evil W1zard Evil W1zard writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Evil W1zard writes "ABC News is reporting that a contract worker at the Oak Ridge Reservation nuclear research facility in Tennessee has been arrested and charged with attempting to sell classified information to undercover FBI agents posing as foreign buyers. The information that was being sold is allegedly related to methods of enriching uranium. Full story can be read at: http://abcnews.go.com/TheLaw/story?id=3394036&page =1"
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If You Build It They Will Come!

Evil W1zard Evil W1zard writes  |  about 9 years ago

I think it is time for me to break down and break out my Dreamweaver book and finally create my website. It has been about 4 months now since I purchased www.evil-wizard.com and there has been no time to get this thing up and running. I plan to basically have a front intro page, a portal with 500 email accounts (Joe@evil-wizard.com format...) and then set up forums for discussion about computer security, hacking, gaming and some hobbies like snowboarding and what not... I really have to get off my butt and learn how to make the website!

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