[cyberdefense-advisory-board] New to this list - introduction
toms.security.stuff at gmail.com
Sat Mar 31 00:15:33 UTC 2012
I've been (more or less active) on the sans-advisory-board and GPWN lists
and just now searched and found these interesting lists as well.
(PS: I can currently only read DFIR archives, not cyberdefense and
intrusions -- why?)
I hold a GCIH and GWAPT and work on GXPN right now.
I started blogging about APT about two years ago (nothing new or original
though) and just recetly also put some posts up about my ponmocup malware /
A few months ago I startet using Twitter and quickly got addicted to it
(getting the most up-to-date news of my interest)
My favorite original tweets: (there should be a better way for this, right?)
Others favorite tweets from me:
Some followers even find my tweets useful ;-)
Very recently I started a Google group called "Fighting Advanced Cyber
Threats" to discuss some topics that interest me, but maybe one (or
several) of the SANS lists would actually be better for this.
Here is a list of papers and resources that I recently found: (still not
finished reading all)
(disclaimer: I'm not affiliated with any of these companies -- though maybe
I'd like to)
Mandiant's M-Trends 2012 and Verizon's DBIR
Applied Network Security Analysis: Moving from Data to
Fact-Based Network Security: Metrics and the Pursuit of
In conclusion I would like to agree with Richard Bejtlich's statments in
It's all about sharing threat intelligence (among trusted parties -- for
APT's) and the question "are you compromised" (... yet, or you just don't
That's about it for now.
I hope you like some of the listed resources and share yours as well :-)
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