We update our security blog a couple times a week, however, we simply cannot cover every data breach or malware attack. Luckily, there are several really good blogs we read that help fill in the gaps. If you scan down the right-side of our blog, you’ll see our “blogroll” which includes nine sites we read on a near-daily basis.
Our Senior Security Engineer, Josh More, is a big fan of SANS’ Internet Storm Center and WiKIDBlog. The SANS Internet Storm Center is a collective of security professionals who provide “ a free analysis and warning service to thousands of Internet users and organizations, and is actively working with Internet Service Providers to fight back against the most malicious attackers.” The writers at WiKIDBlog tend to think outside of the box and often have some unique solutions to common security problems. They also champion two-factor authentication “without the hassle factor!”
Our blogroll also contains some of our partners, including Bit9, Barrier1, Smoothwall, Sourcefire, Sophos and Zix. Bit9, Sourcefire and Sophos update their blogs quite often and have very informative posts. And if you’re not reading Sophos’ Naked Security on a daily basis, you are really missing out. Graham Cluley and Chester Wisniewski do a phenomenal job of keeping tabs on virtually every major threat wreaking havoc in cyberspace. Their blog is oftentimes rather humorous, contains insightful videos and has won numerous awards. For your money’s worth, you won’t find a better security blog.
Our blogroll contains just a few of our favorites, but there’s room to grow. Do you have any recommendations for us?