Thank you for wanting to contact me. Like everyone in the IT industry, I get many messages. I am always excited to hear from anyone who liked my site, a talk or uses my PowerShell code.
Since I have become Readify's Head of Information Technology, the volume of communications has significantly increased, so this page lists the channels I use and how I like to use them.
The basic rule is, I will respond to all legitimate, respectful messages.
Things I will respond to:
- Genuine queries about events and potential speaking engagements.
Things I may not respond to:
- Product reviews, sales, and marketing.
- Technical issues with PowerShell modules that should be raised on GitHub.
- General technical questions. Try PowerShell.org or Stack Overflow first.
- Messages that may not need a direct response from me.
Things I will not respond to:
- Questions about hacking peoples accounts (including Facebook, Gmail, etc).
- Guest-posting on Posh Security.
- Link sharing (outside Planet PowerShell).
- Threats or disrespectful messages.
Twitter - @kjacobsen
I broadcast everything relating to Posh Security, conferences, modules and more to the world via Twitter. This is by far the best and easiest way for people to get in touch with me. My DMs are open, and I typically respond to these promptly. Start here if you need to contact me, and we can always switch to email.
GitHub - PoshSecurity
If you have an issue with any of my PowerShell modules, raise an issue on GitHub first. I am more than happy to help, and raising it this way might help someone in the future!
LinkedIn - KieranJacobsen
My work background is all up on LinkedIn. I will only accept connections from people I work with, have met, spoken, or otherwise had a professional interaction with them. I will not accept requests from people I do not feel that I professionally know.
Keybase - kjacobsen
I have a Keybase account, which has my public key and several proofs to my identity. Use this key if you need to send me an encrypted message.
I have Signal, WhatsApp, Wickr, etc if that is needed, however I typically only use these on an as needs basis.