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@AnthonyCollette@infosec.exchange
2024-02-22 14:06:04

For Security Teams Inside Organizations
Let’s take a deep dive into this piece of consumer messaging —
1958. American Football. A sports reporter bluntly asks coach Vince Lombardi “What are you going to change to turn this team around after a string of failures and losing seasons?”
His reply: “I am not going to change anything. We will use the same players, the same plays and the same training system. But we will concentrate on becoming brilliant at the basics.”
This is an incredibly motivating message. And it paid off!
In the next nine seasons, Coach Lombardi’s team, the Green Bay Packers, went on to win five NFL Championships and two Super Bowls.
The phrase “Brilliant At The Basics” found its way into popular culture, becoming a recurring theme.
And the graphic? For the general public, the lightbulb image = Good Idea.
Consumers are already familiar with these two concepts.
In Your Organization, You Define “The Basics”
Find the sweet spot between everything that’s possible and what your users are willing and able to do.
☑️ Ask yourself "What should our users know? What actions should they take?"
☑️ Define them clearly and give them a simple, catchy name — "The Basics."
☑️ Show your users "This Is How We Do It Here."
☑️ Let them know they can master The Basics.
☑️ Then let your users know there's More Where That Came From, if they're interested, but … The Basics are the focus.
We should deliver cybersecurity advice to non-technical people in bite-size, digestible pieces. Consumers hate feeling like they’re at the pointy end of a firehose. And they don’t like being lectured to. Let’s not overwhelm them. First lay a strong foundation, then line by line, concept by concept — build up from there.
My partner led consumer product development programs that sold $100M and $400M of consumer products every year. Now he develops consumer products for Pokémon. We have hard-won experience when it comes to speaking to and persuading consumers.
We want to share that with you.
Would you like to experiment with this messaging and these laptop stickers in your organization?
Three additional benefits for you:
☑️ Over time, if The Basics in your organization change, the graphics and the laptop stickers stay the same.
☑️ A campaign like this might help identify potential Cyber Champions in your organization.
☑️ The laptop stickers provide persistent visibility for Cybersecurity within your organization.
We’d be happy to send some free samples for you to try out with your users.
1.) Visit this Brilliant At The Basic page on our website: #BrilliantAtTheBasics
_________________
♻️ Please feel free to share this post and let others know about this offer.

@AnthonyCollette@infosec.exchange
2024-02-22 14:06:04

For Security Teams Inside Organizations
Let’s take a deep dive into this piece of consumer messaging —
1958. American Football. A sports reporter bluntly asks coach Vince Lombardi “What are you going to change to turn this team around after a string of failures and losing seasons?”
His reply: “I am not going to change anything. We will use the same players, the same plays and the same training system. But we will concentrate on becoming brilliant at the basics.”
This is an incredibly motivating message. And it paid off!
In the next nine seasons, Coach Lombardi’s team, the Green Bay Packers, went on to win five NFL Championships and two Super Bowls.
The phrase “Brilliant At The Basics” found its way into popular culture, becoming a recurring theme.
And the graphic? For the general public, the lightbulb image = Good Idea.
Consumers are already familiar with these two concepts.
In Your Organization, You Define “The Basics”
Find the sweet spot between everything that’s possible and what your users are willing and able to do.
☑️ Ask yourself "What should our users know? What actions should they take?"
☑️ Define them clearly and give them a simple, catchy name — "The Basics."
☑️ Show your users "This Is How We Do It Here."
☑️ Let them know they can master The Basics.
☑️ Then let your users know there's More Where That Came From, if they're interested, but … The Basics are the focus.
We should deliver cybersecurity advice to non-technical people in bite-size, digestible pieces. Consumers hate feeling like they’re at the pointy end of a firehose. And they don’t like being lectured to. Let’s not overwhelm them. First lay a strong foundation, then line by line, concept by concept — build up from there.
My partner led consumer product development programs that sold $100M and $400M of consumer products every year. Now he develops consumer products for Pokémon. We have hard-won experience when it comes to speaking to and persuading consumers.
We want to share that with you.
Would you like to experiment with this messaging and these laptop stickers in your organization?
Three additional benefits for you:
☑️ Over time, if The Basics in your organization change, the graphics and the laptop stickers stay the same.
☑️ A campaign like this might help identify potential Cyber Champions in your organization.
☑️ The laptop stickers provide persistent visibility for Cybersecurity within your organization.
We’d be happy to send some free samples for you to try out with your users.
1.) Visit this Brilliant At The Basic page on our website: #BrilliantAtTheBasics
_________________
♻️ Please feel free to share this post and let others know about this offer.

@hashtaggames@oldfriends.live
2024-02-23 01:58:04

Time For 9 o'clock #HashTagGames hosted by @…
Since my wife cooked chili, and the aroma is filling the house, Let's play!
#ChiliAMovieShowOrPlay

Poster Meme announcing New Game

Featured image, large blue hashTag and "Skyline Chili 5-Way" by Scott Beale is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/?ref=openverse.
Text:
 9 o'clock Hashtag

How to play
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 Write something awesome, Use the Hashtag, Toot/Post and Repeat!

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Hashtag Games on Mastodon and the entire Fediverse.

 hosted by @paul@OldFriends.Live
#ChiliAMovieShow…
@Techmeme@techhub.social
2024-02-23 19:50:52

Google says an image tuning failure and Gemini becoming more cautious than intended made it "overcompensate in some cases, and be over-conservative in others" (Abner Li/9to5Google)
9to5google.com/2024/02/23/gemi

@ruth_mottram@fediscience.org
2024-03-23 10:19:35

I wondered why the buses in Copenhagen were flying the Dannebrog and the Nordic flag today, now I know...
magnetic-ink.dk/objects/493b5d
gmorn@magnetic-ink.dk - 🦢 Nordens dag

@markhburton@mstdn.social
2024-02-22 21:54:05

A high rise block in Valencia, Spain, in flames.
Same cladding as #Grenfell.
Casualties (so far): 14 injured, 6 of them from fire service.
Qué sabemos del incendio que ha arrasado dos edificios en València

@drahardja@sfba.social
2024-02-23 04:57:00

The root of the problem here is, of course, pretending that the output of generative #AI is actually *meaningful*, when in fact it’s a guided extrapolation of the training set. You can’t blanket prompt-engineer your way out of a biased training set, because you’ll simply flip the teeter-totter the other way, as we see here.
It’s pretty clear that Google’s canned prompt includes something like “depi…

@servelan@newsie.social
2024-02-23 20:48:08

Think #bots on steroids...
OpenAI’s Altman Listed as Major #Reddit Shareholder in IPO Filing - Bloomberg

@chris@mstdn.chrisalemany.ca
2024-02-23 05:55:29

"Israeli Knesset member Hanoch Milbitsky:
"You will die, your children will die, your grandchildren will die, there won't be a Palestinian state, there will never be,"
He shouted at Arab member Ayman Odeh following the voting regarding the possible recognition of a Palestinian state, which was refused by 99 out of 120 members.

A screenshot shows the words of the post with an image of people sitting in the knesset.
@hikingdude@mastodon.social
2024-04-21 12:41:05

As I just posted one of the photos of the day anyways, I thought I could share a bit of a background story with you as well.
A frosty and chill day - but I went there alone as I wanted to focus more on #photography than just #hiking the summit.

A breathtaking winter scene is captured in this image, showcasing a snowy mountain surrounded by tall trees and distant mountains in the background. The snow-covered terrain glistens under the clear blue sky, creating a serene and peaceful atmosphere. The dominant color of white blankets the landscape, while accents of deep blue add contrast. This picturesque setting evokes feelings of tranquility and awe at the beauty of nature. The image is a perfect representation of a snowy mountain landsca…
A stunning winter scene is captured in this image, showcasing a snowy mountain with trees dusted in white snow. The backdrop features a majestic mountain range, adding to the picturesque landscape. The snow-covered terrain gives off a freezing and frosty vibe, emphasizing the harsh winter environment. The sky is clear, hinting at a serene atmosphere despite the blizzard that must have recently passed through. Spruce trees can be seen in the foreground, their branches laden with snow. Overall, t…
In this photograph, we see snow gently falling on a hill, creating a serene winter scene. The dominant colors in the image are grey and white, with the accent color being a deep blue. The image captures the essence of winter, with the snowy landscape and overcast sky adding to the chilly atmosphere. The photo conveys a sense of tranquility and isolation, as if the viewer is standing in the midst of a snow-covered mountain. The composition is simple yet striking, highlighting the beauty of natur…
A stunning winter scene is depicted in this image, showcasing a snowy landscape with trees and majestic mountains in the background. The snow-covered terrain creates a serene and picturesque setting, with the grey sky adding to the chilly atmosphere. The dominant colors of white and grey enhance the wintry feel of the image, while the accent color of dark blue contrasts beautifully. This scene evokes feelings of tranquility and solitude, capturing the essence of a freezing arctic landscape. The…