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The War Room

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What everybody how you doing? Today? We're going to tackle Facebook War Room the great article in the guardian and that describes the concept is that a little bit of information around election interference leading up to the staff were working on the problem about elections here now, but the Quorum is well is actually time a warm is greatest during an incident in the event of a large part of the incident response to get everybody together as opposed to trying to use digital tools.

Concert at what are the pros rapid collaboration? Because people are in the room before tighter bonds because you're all having basically share the disadvantages to go around some poor Communications and processed with the balance off that increase collaboration with the downside of maybe you forget somebody off a critical email because they're not physically but the biggest thing that I see happening and responding to incidents in company to South Warren by pissed at me know you think Facebook mm up being fit and stress levels in staff.

You can only be at high alert. I'm on edge for so long before you start to go a little crazy and really the balance. How long can you keep but one of the first things to drop off of people's past list is essentially I'm monitoring. Stress level among the teams are the team still Dean effective people to the platform of / 1.2 billion people too many parties with money with time that is going to be constant.

So officials warm is a noble idea. I'm very curious to see how effective it is on. Just stopping the actual at the house after this from a productivity perspective. Are these team members who are in a no on this high alert war room. Are they going to be effective for the duration? How are they stopping those out? For those of you at home who are important in in in New York.

That one is coming at some point and are preparing for it. I wore them is a trade-off and you need to go straight up now for me if the incident is big enough and starts to roll. When you see that it's going to be significant towards not a bad idea.

The challenges are all your employees physically close enough to actually do a war rope. Probably they are remotely diverse you a better solution in my opinion or an external private one that you've secured but you use just for these scenarios because the challenges is you can't build critical infrastructure for incident response on top of infrastructure that could be attacked or at least you shouldn't rely on that Stoli and and that's really in Very rarely your building in be attacked.

So you have a place to go with the world. If you're using a Court rule that you're hosting. Maybe that's cool goes down and you can't respond to be in soon because of that we see that with email all the time. So if you're trying to run it isn't one, which I'm a big fan of you want to make sure that that service is not part of your core infrastructure or that it's properly segmented having a backup or calling them and physically at some point you can normally pull up, you know, it's like you can just get the video call and make an offer paid account and start chatting to each other which is great to hear that real-time collaboration have a record of it sitting in the right and they go for a couple nights and you have people are coming on and Austin how do they come up to speed quickly normally a physical warm you're looking at a wall.

You okay? I see everything on the wall and I'm good on the back of a warrior meaning lack of communication easier to states are going to happen the longer you're on a lot of stress in a physical world or a digital world. How do you know when things really hit the fan on the normal incident response in kind of malware? I'll break you would necessarily fire up a war on the left and now we're over he was threatening the entire company things like wannacry not text you back and I think I can handle the situations like this.

Let me know online at Mark and see a solution of logs in the comments down below email me at Mark and. CA I hope you are set up for a fantastic Friday and a wonderful weekend. I will talk to online today and throughout the weekend and on the show next week.

What everybody how you doing? Today? We're going to tackle Facebook War Room the great article in the guardian and that describes the concept is that a little bit of information around election interference leading up to the staff were working on the problem about elections here now, but the Quorum is well is actually time a warm is greatest during an incident in the event of a large part of the incident response to get everybody together as opposed to trying to use digital tools.

Concert at what are the pros rapid collaboration? Because people are in the room before tighter bonds because you're all having basically share the disadvantages to go around some poor Communications and processed with the balance off that increase collaboration with the downside of maybe you forget somebody off a critical email because they're not physically but the biggest thing that I see happening and responding to incidents in company to South Warren by pissed at me know you think Facebook mm up being fit and stress levels in staff.

You can only be at high alert. I'm on edge for so long before you start to go a little crazy and really the balance. How long can you keep but one of the first things to drop off of people's past list is essentially I'm monitoring. Stress level among the teams are the team still Dean effective people to the platform of / 1.2 billion people too many parties with money with time that is going to be constant.

So officials warm is a noble idea. I'm very curious to see how effective it is on. Just stopping the actual at the house after this from a productivity perspective. Are these team members who are in a no on this high alert war room. Are they going to be effective for the duration? How are they stopping those out? For those of you at home who are important in in in New York.

That one is coming at some point and are preparing for it. I wore them is a trade-off and you need to go straight up now for me if the incident is big enough and starts to roll. When you see that it's going to be significant towards not a bad idea.

The challenges are all your employees physically close enough to actually do a war rope. Probably they are remotely diverse you a better solution in my opinion or an external private one that you've secured but you use just for these scenarios because the challenges is you can't build critical infrastructure for incident response on top of infrastructure that could be attacked or at least you shouldn't rely on that Stoli and and that's really in Very rarely your building in be attacked.

So you have a place to go with the world. If you're using a Court rule that you're hosting. Maybe that's cool goes down and you can't respond to be in soon because of that we see that with email all the time. So if you're trying to run it isn't one, which I'm a big fan of you want to make sure that that service is not part of your core infrastructure or that it's properly segmented having a backup or calling them and physically at some point you can normally pull up, you know, it's like you can just get the video call and make an offer paid account and start chatting to each other which is great to hear that real-time collaboration have a record of it sitting in the right and they go for a couple nights and you have people are coming on and Austin how do they come up to speed quickly normally a physical warm you're looking at a wall.

You okay? I see everything on the wall and I'm good on the back of a warrior meaning lack of communication easier to states are going to happen the longer you're on a lot of stress in a physical world or a digital world. How do you know when things really hit the fan on the normal incident response in kind of malware? I'll break you would necessarily fire up a war on the left and now we're over he was threatening the entire company things like wannacry not text you back and I think I can handle the situations like this.

Let me know online at Mark and see a solution of logs in the comments down below email me at Mark and. CA I hope you are set up for a fantastic Friday and a wonderful weekend. I will talk to online today and throughout the weekend and on the show next week.