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10 Must-Read Books for Information Security Professionals

There are many ways for IT professionals to broaden their knowledge of information security. Attending infosec conferences, for instance, provides personnel with an opportunity to complete in-person trainings and network with like-minded individuals. Outside of industry events, analysts can pick up a book that explores a specific topic of information securit
Publish At:2017-03-16 18:05 | Read:6146 | Comments:0 | Tags:Off Topic books Information Security IT

Must Have Books for InfoSec Enthusiasts and IT Security Professionals

Aside from security articles, podcasts and videos, books are great resources for developing new skills, improving one’s career growth, and gaining extensive knowledge in the area of information security. If you are into network security, penetration testing, security research, exploit development, and teaching, then you should update yourself wit
Publish At:2015-07-09 12:50 | Read:3886 | Comments:0 | Tags:General Security books general security

Sarah McKune chapter on Chinese government targeting of “foreign hostile forces” in cyberspace

Senior legal advisor Sarah McKune has contributed a chapter to a new book from Oxford University Press, China and Cybersecurity: Espionage, Strategy and Politics in the Digital Domain (eds. Jon R. Lindsay, Tai Ming Cheung, Derek S. Reveron). Her chapter is entitled “’Foreign Hostile Forces’: The Human Rights Dimension of China’s Cyber Campaigns.”In this work
Publish At:2015-04-13 01:40 | Read:4488 | Comments:0 | Tags:Books Research News Sarah McKune