Monday, June 8th, 2009
During a recent conference for l33t hackers and information security industry hotshots, the snapshot method of personal documentation that is the Six-Word Memoir helped the subversively tech-savvy bond. We’ve always believed that six words contains a keen transcendental quality that could reach out to spark the left brain of anyone and everyone. These folks were focused on hardcore security issues and all the 1s and 0s that that implies, the memoirs that sprung from their minds suggest the future of spyware is in quite creative hands. Here are a few of our favorites.
Elliptic curve discrete log—I’m hooked.
My personal heroes? Ones and Zeros.
Watching those that watch the watchers.
- Steven Menchik
Tried to save lives by hacking.
Wife, mom, security professional-–no sleep.
Information security: a perpetual arms race.
Breakfast. Malware. Lunch. Products. Dinner. Blogs.
Learning to love security more everyday!
’80s Hacker, ’90s Builder, now overhead.
Information security industry: mired in innovation.
Thumb-sucking +blanket ? security.
–John Arthur Lowe
10 years and counting! Paranoia profound!
..although hope is rarely a strategy.