Last Week in Security - 2020-02-10
Staying on top of the ever-changing field of information security can be a challenge. There is vast breadth and also incredible depth in this field that it can be overwhelming to sort through all the latest developments for what impacts you. This blog series is my attempt to distill the news, techniques, tools, and exploits I find over the course of my research into a usable format for rapid digestion.
Welcome to the first post in a series called “Last Week in Security” (LWiS). LWiS will serve as a summary of the interesting cyber security news, techniques, and tools released or discovered in the last week, each week. All items are presented with a link and brief description. The intention is that you “absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and add what is specifically your own” (Bruce Lee). This is meant to be a complement to your usual weekly cyber security news sources, two of which I highly recommend: Patrick Grey’s Risky Business podcast, and SANS NewsBites. Without further ado, enjoy Last Week in Security!