Interesting Information Security Bits for 09/19/2008

by kriggins on September 19, 2008

in Interesting Bits

Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.
Here are today's Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.

  1. 4 things you can do in your code now to make it more scalable later
    Lori helps us with some information we can use to help prepare our applications to be highly scalable. Don't forget that availability is one of the legs the CIA triad that InfoSec is based on.
  2. Jeremiah Grossman: I used to know what you watched, on YouTube
    Jeremiah has a nice post up talking about some interesting things that you used to be able to do with YouTube.
  3. CERT: Home Network Security | Roer.Com Information Security Blog
    Via Kai Roer, a pointer to a handy resource to share with those that want more information on how to better secure their home systems and networks. Good education information too.
  4. SANS Computer Forensics, Investigation, and Response
    Interesting article about Gmail artifacts and forensics on such.
  5. TippingPoint | DVLabs | MindshaRE: Live Analysis Markup
    In a continuing series that delves into reverse engineering, Cody at DVLabs provides more tools for use to ease our efforts in malware analysis.
  6. Obtaining Support and Funding from Senior Management�-�Realtime IT Compliance
    Rebecca participated in a workgroup earlier this year that created a valuable resource for InfoSec practioners that helps them learn how to obtain funding and sponsorship for traning and aware ness programs.
  7. Liquidmatrix Security Digest � Policy: TSA Screeners Can Bypass Screening
  9. [shell-fu:home]$
    Neat site for those of us who love to live by the command line.

That's it for today. Have fun!

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