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Implications of The New School

Recently, I finished reading "The New School of Information Security" by Adam Shostack and Andrew Stewart. It's only about 200 pages, so it's certainly worth your time to pick up and read. Some people will compare it to "Security Metrics" by Andrew [...]

Reading technical books

Back in January, I asked Richard Bejtlich in an email to post some tips for reading books. Reading technical books can be a drag at times, yet somehow he manages to get through several a month. Reading is one of those tasks we all have to do in our line [...]

Security Engineering... for Free!!

I'm enthused to hear Ross Anderson has made his book, Security Engineering available online and FREE to download. He explains his reasoning at his website; to reach the widest possible audience, especially among poor students and being a supporter of [...]

Update on what I've been reading so far...

I have trouble finishing books I start. For whatever reason, I struggle through it. I began reading InfoSec Career Hacking: Sell Your Skillz, Not Your Soul before I flew home for the summer, and read up until the last couple chapters and got bored with [...]

Silence on the Wire Review

`Silence on the Wire: A Field Guide to Passive Reconnaissance and Indirect Attacks <http://lcamtuf.coredump.cx/silence.shtml>`_ By MichaƂ Zalewski I am a student studying information security and I've read many books lately on the subject. Silence on the [...]
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