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Infosec Reading List - September 2022

On a monthly basis I will publish my reading recommendations which mainly focus on Information Security (InfoSec) and Outdoor Sports. All InfoSec Reading Lists can be found here.

Quotes from the Twitterverse



  • As Ex-Uber Executive Heads to Trial, the Security Community Reels - “The U.S. v. Sullivan trial starts in September, but the key lesson here is one that almost every CISO has experienced firsthand: when faced with a lose-lose decision, do the right thing (or at least the lawful one).” - [link]
  • Revolut security breach: data of +50,000 users exposed - [link]
  • The Reporting Line of Security Teams / CISOs - Updated - [link]
  • LockBit ransomware gang gets aggressive with triple-extortion tactic - “I am looking for dudosers [DDoSers] in the team, most likely now we will attack targets and provide triple extortion, encryption + date leak + dudos, because I have felt the power of dudos and how it invigorates and makes life more interesting,” LockBitSupp wrote in a post on a hacker forum. - [link]
  • Ex-Twitter exec blows the whistle, alleging reckless and negligent cybersecurity policies - [link]
  • The Search for Dirt on the Twitter Whistle-Blower - [link]
  • Uber hacked, internal systems breached and vulnerability reports stolen - [link]


  • The Long Crossing of Norway’s Lofoten Islands - this goes to my [todo] list - [link]
  • The super-rich ‘preppers’ planning to save themselves from the apocalypse - [link]
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