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Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.

Here are today's Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.

  1. The PandaLabs 3rd quarter report has been released.
    Q3 report released - PandaLabs
    Tags: ( reports )
  2. Alan is looking for a little feedback on how the Security Blogger Awards for the 2010 RSA USA Security Blogger Meetup will be run this year. Drop by and offer him your thoughts.
    StillSecure, After All These Years: Social Security Blogger Awards 2010
    Tags: ( rsa meetup )
  3. Want a job? Looks like DHS will be hiring.
    Security Fix - DHS Seeking 1,000 Cyber Security Experts
    Tags: ( career )

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Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.

Here are today's Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.

  1. I mentioned this white paper when I did my RSA Europe recap back in October. It is worth a read. * the link goes directly to the PDF
    Web 2.0 Security and Privacy
    Tags: ( privacy enisa )
  2. Here are some things you can do to protect yourself against the 0-day exploit that works against IE7.
    Microsoft talks up countermeasures to fend off new IE attacks
    Tags: ( vulnerability microsoft ie7 )
  3. Adding to the growing pile of recent 0-day exploits for Microsoft products, there appears to be one for SQL Server.
    Security pros groan as zero-day hits Microsoft's SQL Server * The Register
    Tags: ( exploit vulnerability 0day sqlserver micrsoft )
  4. Some good general guidance for how to react in the event you have a data breach. I would offer that it is good advice for everybody involved and not just the CIO.
    How a CIO should deal with aftermath of a data breach
    Tags: ( data breach )
  5. looks like Cisco is in for a legal fight.
    Cisco sued by Free Software Foundation for copyright infringement - Network World
    Tags: ( general )
  6. Innismir weighs in on the recent meme of penetration testing being dead. He, like most of us involved in the discussion, doesn't think its dead either.
    innismir.net -- Pentration Testing - Not Quite Dead Yet
    Tags: ( pentest )
  7. Rich brings up some good points. Worth reading and thinking about.
    How The Cloud Destroys Everything I Love (About Web App Security) | securosis.com
    Tags: ( cloud webappsec )
  8. WhiteHat Security's quarterly report on website security statistics is available for download. This is the sixth one they have put out. Good stuff in there.
    Jeremiah Grossman: Sixth Quarterly Website Security Statistics Report
    Tags: ( general reports )
  9. Jeremiah offers some really good guidance for justifying your budget for web application security spending.
    Jeremiah Grossman: Budgeting for Web Application Security
    Tags: ( webappsec )
  10. Here's a framework for SAP pen testing.
    sapyto v0.98 Released - SAP Penetration Testing Framework Tool | Darknet - The Darkside
    Tags: ( pentest sap )
  11. You can't make this stuff up. Remember folks, you have to make sure that all data is removed form devices before you get rid of them.
    Liquidmatrix Security Digest >> McCain Campaign Sells Off... Data?
    Tags: ( data leakage )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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Kevin

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