Feb. 5, 2024, 4:10 p.m. | MalBot

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Many organizations publicly list contact information to help consumers reach out for help when needed. This may be general contact information or a full public directory of staff. It seems obvious that having any kind of publicly available information will increase the liklihood that these accounts will receive spam or phishing emails. To help understand a bit of this, I set up a brand new domain with a very basic website and collected email using Amazon SES [1] for a …

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Deputy Chief Information Security Officer

@ United States Holocaust Memorial Museum | Washington, DC

Humbly Confident Security Lead

@ YNAB | Remote

Information Technology Specialist II: Information Security Engineer

@ WBCP, Inc. | Pasadena, CA.

Head of Incident Response

@ Halcyon | Remote

Consultant Sénior Cyber Sécurité H/F

@ Hifield | Lyon, France

Staff Application Security Engineer (AppSec) - Open to remote across ANZ

@ Canva | Sydney, Australia