What to Read Wednesday: Uncommon Sense Security by Jack Daniel

by kriggins on January 26, 2011

in WtRW

Jack Daniel, a self-professed curmudgeon and owner of a truly magnificent beard, has a very direct and non-nonsense perspective on the topics he chooses to write about. He is also a bit of a fibber about that curmudgeon part. Jack is a great friend and has done as much for the information security community as anybody I can think of.

He is actively involved in the Security BSides movement and sits on the board of the National Information Security Group (NSAIG.) He writes on a variety of topics and I enjoy his work. Pop his blog, Uncommon Sense Security, in the  must-read folder in your RSS reader.

Here are some recent contributions as a sample:

Who do you trust?

In Defense of FUD

Invoking 9/11, lies, and ignorance.

You can also follow Jack on Twitter. He is @jack_daniel there.

As always, comments are welcome below or you can email me at kriggins@infosecramblings.com if you prefer.

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