Brian Krebs – krebsonsecurity.com
Author, Blogger, and Investigative Journalist. A reporter working for the Washington Post, Brian became interested in cybersecurity when his home network was hacked by a malicious organization. With his nose for a story and network of resources, his site has become one of the leading sources of breaking news in the cybersecurity field.
Top 100+ Cyber Security Blogs – ddosattackprotection.org/blog/cyber-security-blogs/
US Government Agencies. The US government has a number of organizations that publish cybersecurity-related resources for citizens and organizations. Some of the resources are practical, others educational.
NSA. National Security Agency – nsa.gov
DHS. Department of Homeland Security – www.dhs.gov/topic/cybersecurity
NIST. National Institute of Science and Technology, Computer Security Division – csrc.nist.gov
Here is the short list of some of the podcasts enjoyed by students and faculty at WCTC.
Security Now – twit.tv
Hosts: Steve Gibson & Leo Laporte. Industry veteran and creator of the first ever anti-spyware program Steve Gibson is joined by Leo Laporte for a weekly podcast where recent news on exploits and research are discussed. Steve brings a great amount of insight and experience to the discussion as the founder of the Gibson Research Corporation, which develops software for security analysis.
Defensive Security Podcast – defensivesecurity.org
Hosts: Andrew Kalat & Jerry Bell. The hosts of this podcast are a very knowledgeable duo, and provide valuable perspective and insight on recent industry news and events. Recommended for anyone with an interest in cybersecurity. They also have a Slack channel for discussion.
Brakeing Down Security Podcast – brakeingsecurity.com
Hosts: Bryan Brake & Brian Boettcher. This podcast features regular guests from the industry or related fields. Like Defensive Security, they have a Slack server, one channel of which is dedicated to their book club which reviews industry titles.
Hak5 – shop.hak5.org
Hak5 has several award-winning shows, including but not limited to their self-titled original show and Metasploit Minute, dedicated to discussing penetration (“pen”) testing, open source software, network architecture and more. They also offer trainings and an online store to buy tools!