The weather forecast was not very promising – but we still got up early and did the circle over the “Mittagflue” peak close to the town of Wimmis, Switzerland. It was worth it – even with quite bad weather conditions, the hike was amazing and I cannot imagine how great the views must be with sunny weather.
We had a couple of hours left before the dark was supposed to set in – hence, we decided to climb the snowy peak of the Bäderhorn in a couple of hours. It ended up a little bit more complicated than we thought.
I’m not sure how the area I visited back in 2007 has developed now in 2019 – but back in 2007, it was an amazing hike from Telouet to Aït-Ben-Haddou. Spending time in Marrakesch beforehand and heading down to the desert afterwards was definitively the right choice.
The information security (infosec) sector is a high-speed sector – the pace with which new information is coming up on an almost daily basis is tremendous. Therefore, staying up to date with new information represents a constant challenge to people working in that area.
Within this post, I want to quickly introduce the way I’m trying to handle and process new information in the infosec area. I will also introduce quickly the tools I use in order to support me with this effort.
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.
In 2019, we spent some time in Trancoso (Brazil) which is a nice piece of earth – however, my other trips in Brazil have been filled with more adventure. Trancoso is really a nice place to relax, enjoy good Brazil food, see some local culture and enjoy the beautiful sand beaches – nothing else. Continue reading Tranquillity in Trancoso – Brazil