It’s that time of the week again: The time where we take a look at what local security bloggers have been up to. Not a lot of blogs this week and history is made on our site as Richard Bejtlich gets all the top 3 spots with his blog post.
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And without further ado … here are the top picks for this week.
#3 –Brief Thoughts on SANS WhatWorks Summit in Forensics and Incident Response 2010: Interested in what was said at the SANS WhatWorks Summit in Forensics and Incident Response? One of the speakers provides us with his thoughts on the summit. Click here to read about what he said about the event.
#2 –Brief Thoughts on WEIS 2010: Richard Bejtlich provides his thoughts on an event he attended this time around. Click here to read about the happenings of the event.
#1 –Network Forensics Vendors: Get in the Cloud: Afraid that the end of Network Security Monitoring and related network-centric visibility and instrumentation measure is near due to cloud computing? Then you are in the right place as Richard Bejtlich shared with us what Network forensics need to do. Click here to see what he is talking and how it can be done.
Well, that’s all this week. Be sure to check back next week for more great blog posts from local security bloggers.