Infosec Reading List – July 2018

On a monthly basis I will publish my reading recommendations which mainly focus on Information Security and Outdoor Sports – but you will also find other recommendations from time to time.

All InfoSec Reading Lists can be found here.

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InfoSec

  • Does it matter who the CISO reports to? – “… only 24 percent reported into a CIO” – sounds promising – link
  • Frag Grenade! A Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in the Steam Clientlink
  • We Scan and We Patch, but We Don’t Do Vulnerability Management – true – link
  • Equifax CISO Jamil Farshchi’s three-act, ‘shared fate’ security plan – interesting insights into the new security program of Equifax – “My philosophy is always been about fundamentals. There’s a lot of folks who look for the “silver bullet” or gravitate toward emerging technologies. But I’ve seen it time and time again that the way to truly differentiate, the way to truly manage risk, is to really focus on those fundamentals.” – Word! – link
  • Secure Kali Pi 2018 – securing Kali RaPi devices with full disk encryption etc. – link
  • Quantifying your unknown riskslink
  • What makes CISOs successful?link
  • The Log File Navigator – lnav – makes logs human readable and supports plenty of different formatslink

Outdoors

  • Before The Tarlink
  • Planet at Risk of Heading Towards Apocalyptic, Irreversible ‘Hothouse Earth’ State“We need to become responsible planetary stewards in the next ten years. This is the biggest global security issue of all time,” said Rockström. link

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