It’s that time of the week again: the time where we take a look at what local security bloggers have been up to. You can take a look at what local security bloggers have been up to but if you can’t get enough of the local security scene, check out our NovaInfosec Twits list for even more great security blogs and people to follow on Twitter.
As always feel free to check out what local security bloggers have been up to and also be sure to follow myself (@nathiet), @grecs, and @novainfosec on Twitter if you want to know more about what’s going on in the local security community during the week. Without further ado … here are the top picks for this week.
As we had mentioned, NovaInfoSecPortal became NovaInfoSec last week. We now like to introduce the site formally known as NovaInfosecPortal.com over here and qithout further ado, here are this weeks top 3 NoVA Infosec blog posts.
#3 -Google, Privacy, & DuckDuckGo: Are you worried about the ” kerfuffle on Google and their privacy practices?” Why not check out an up and coming search engine called DuckDuckGo that focuses on privacy! Our very own @grecs is intrigued by the search engine and shares his thoughts here.
#2 -Cyber Security Has Nothing to Do with Technology: A Primer (Post 1 of 2): Is cyber security a human problem? Will you ever be secure, if you do not influence user behavior? Jack Whitsitt just described cyber security, in a way that has nothing to do with technology. Click here to find the answers and read his description of cyber security.
#1 -Avoiding Strategic Cyber Security Loss and the Unacceptable Offensive Advantage (Post 2/2): Another great post by Jack Whitsitt examing how ignoring cyber security as a human problem will lead to a strategic cyber security loss by creating an unacceptable offensive advantage. Click here to read Jack Whitsitt’s post.