What to Read Wednesday: Securosis

by kriggins on December 29, 2010

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Note: Some of the suggestions for What to Read Wednesday will be corporate sites/blogs. I do not receive any financial or other compensation for these suggestions. They are based solely on my belief that you should be reading what they provide.

If you are looking for in-depth research that you can actually use, you can't go wrong with the stuff that Securosis turns out. I know almost all the folks at Securosis and they all generate exceptional content.

And as a bonus, Securosis provides all their research free to you and me. We just can't beat that price :)

I have had the pleasure of meeting Rich Mogull, Mike Rothman, David Mortman, Gunnar Peterson and Dave Lewis in the person and have enjoyed communicating with them and James Arlen online. I have not met Chris Pepper or Adrian Lane although I have been in the same room as Adrian :)

There are a couple ways to consume their content. There is a blog, both a highlights version and full version, and their research library.

Here are a few items to give you a taste of what they can provide:

Project Quant: a metrics model for measuring the costs and effectiveness of patch management

Friday Summary: December 24, 2010

Incite 12/22/2010: Resolution

Pop the feeds in your reader and bookmark their research page. You'll be happy you did.

You can also follow all the Securosis staff on twitter too. I do.

Rich Mogull (@rmogull)

Mike Rothman (@securityincite)

Dave Lewis (@gattaca)

David Mortman(@mortman)

Gunnar Peterson (@oneraindrop)

Adrian Lane (@adrianlane)

James Arlen (@myrcurial)

Chris Pepper (@reppep)

Mellissa Schott (@geekgrrl)

As always, comments welcome below or you can email me: kriggins@infosecramblings.com

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-Kevin

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