The sites a security consultant may need...

Posted by shentanli on March 03, 2020 · 3 mins read

This post introduces some sites that track the newest information, envents, analysis strategy and so on. The security consultants may read these blogs to gain information they need for better work.

  • CSO.
    The CSO is the online newspaper of enterprise-level security decision makers. You can find the latest white papers, webcasts, analysis, case studies, and research on security and risk management.

  • The hacker news.
    This site shows the breaking news about cyber attacks and vulnerabilities, which promoting awareness for security experts and hackers. It has four main aspects including Data breaches, Cyber Attacks, Vulnerabilities, and Malware.

  • DarkReading.
    The Darkreading encompasses 13 communities, each of which drills deeper into the enterprise security challenge: Analytics, Attacks & Breaches, Application Security, Careers and People, Cloud Security, Endpoint, IoT, Mobile, Operations, Perimeter, Risk, Threat Intelligence, and Vulnerabilities and Threats. The community members include thought-leading security researchers, CISOs, and technology specialists, along with thousands of other security professionals. You can free to engage in conversations with them if you register on the site.

  • Infosecurity Magazine.
    Infosecurity Magazine has over ten years of experience providing knowledge and insight into the information security industry. It focus on hot topics and trends, in-depth news analysis and opinion columns from industry experts.

  • CIO.
    CIO is an online magazine geared toward those in technology and security leadership roles. Its Editorial focus includes content geared to helping C-suite executives confront the cybersecurity challenges faced by their organizations.

  • SecurityWeek.
    It posts the information security industry Expert insights and analysis from IT security experts around the world.

  • Cybersecurity Insiders.
    This site is packed with news, reports, tools, courses, and events to help you stay on top of an industry that seems to be changing almost daily. You can also find what’s the hot and trending through newsletter and list of popular articles.

  • Zero Day.
    It is your source for the latest news and insights in software and hardware security research, threats, vulnerabilities, cyberattacks, and other happenings of interest to the modern information security professional.

  • Krebsonsecurity.
    Brian Krebs is the leading information security reporter out there right now and it is convenient all of his stuff is easily available online. His material highlighting the risks that small-mid size businesses face while banking online. His coverage of the hacking underground economy is also a fascinating look into the economics behind the hack for profit crime culture.
    I find there are some interesting pictures showing the difficult info sec vividly.

  • Welivesecurity.
    It’s an editorial outlet for internet security news, views and insight, covering the latest, breaking security news, alongside video tutorials, in-depth features and podcasts.

  • Threatpost.
    The ThreatPost produces unique and high-impact content including cloud security, malware, vulnerabilies, infosec insider and more.

REFERENCE

  1. Securityscorecard.
  2. Onlinedegrees.
  3. Informationsecurityhq.