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Keeping up to date

How do you like to stay up to date / current with recent cyber / IT / IS security events?  Podcasts, websites, twitter?  Please share your favorites!

 

Personally, I follow a lot of security people on Twitter - you can follow me at http://www.twitter.com/james_mcquiggan

 

In the past year, I've started listening to podcasts during my daily commute to work and during the day.  Here are a list of my favorite security podcasts

Daily

Weekly

Of course, there are also the well produced (ISC)2 Webinars that occur weekly!  https://www.isc2.org/en/News-and-Events/Webinars/Security-Briefing

 

I would be curious to see what other podcasts or websites our members listen to on a regular basis!

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Re: Keeping up to date

There are more podcasts in this forum discussion:

https://community.isc2.org/t5/Career/How-to-get-more-security-exposure/m-p/2808#M179

We kind of discussed the same issue.

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Re: Keeping up to date

Following some discussion over on CISSPforum on the lack of material on legal aspects of security, I should mention the online forum Just Security.  Although US-centric, it definitely has high-quality discussions of a variety of legal concepts related to the security field.  The Website is one place to get the discussions, but you can also follow their Twitter feed.


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Re: Keeping up to date

Hi All

 

Some really good links, however, in general I simply do not have time to drawl through links, so I tend to get Google to do the trawling for me.  I set up categories of alerts within Google, and several times a day I receive e-mail's consolidated with links - which helps me get on with normal work-life and balance.  I also use a security intelligence link which is absolutely free, to also provide me notifications on new updates on particular areas that are of current interest.

 

Google Alerts come in handy in a variety of situations, and they're easy to set:
  1. Go to google.com/alerts in your browser.
  2. Enter a search term for the topic you want to track. ...
  3. Choose Show Options to narrow the alert to a specific source, language, and/or region. ...
  4. Select Create Alert.

I am sure others will have other suggestions.

 

Regards

 

Caute_cautim