Top 3 NoVA Infosec Blog Posts of the Week

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 –Dell Needs a PSIRT: Why does dell need a PSIRT? Richard Bejtlich answers that question for. Click here to find out about Richard’s answer.

#2 –Encrypt stored data in Android: Tim Donaworth gives a tip on securing data in Android since “Android requires SD cards to be formatted in VFAT, it leaves a bit of a hole when it comes to security for files stored here.” Click here to read about Tim’s tip on securing data in data since “storing sensitive information here isn’t going to be the best thing to do. With some devices having limited internal storage though, this might be your only option, or depending on what the data is, you may require large amounts of storage space.”

#1 –The Biggest Problem: We all wonder what the biggest problem could be! Chris tells us about his biggest problem he has encountered as an information security person. Of course we are not going to reveal it to you, but click here to find about about the problem he had encountered and hints at solving it.

Well, that’s all this week. Be sure to check back next week for more great blog posts from local security bloggers.

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