Infosec Reading List – May 2021
On a monthly basis I will publish my reading recommendations which mainly focus on Information Security and Outdoor Sports.
All InfoSec Reading Lists can be found here.
Best of Twitterverse
- The Instagram ads Facebook won’t show you – “The way most of the internet works today would be considered intolerable if translated into comprehensible real world analogs, but it endures because it is invisible.” – there is a lot of truth in this one sentence – link
- Added Security Measures and Changes in TLS 1.3 – link
- The 10 Essential Strategies for Deeper Learning – link
- Investigating Discord: A Primer – link
- Security Leaders Guide to Managing Stress – link
- Google’s top security teams unilaterally shut down a counterterrorism operation – link
- Time to patch against FragAttacks but good luck with home routers and IoT devices – link1 – link2
- Shadows on the Silk Road – “For centuries before the early modern era, the intellectual centers of excellence of the world, the Oxfords and Cambridges, the Harvards and Yales, were not located in Europe or the west, but in Baghdad and Balkh, Bukhara and Samarkand,” – link
- The Book we’ve all been waiting for….The Packraft Handbook by Luc Mehl and Sarah Glaser – link
- Easy Days, Hard Days: A Year in the Andes – I can totally relate to this although I was on foot – the feelings and emotions are very similar on my side – “It was simultaneously the most desolate and beautiful place I’d ever been.” – link