Pre RSA Conference Training and my reading list for CCSP

PreCon

I posted about the RSA Conference early bird special pricing in late October and signed up for the conference at that time, but later I got approval and signed up for the ISC2 CCSP training the two days prior.

I had been looking at the CCSP, as it looks interesting from a cloud service provider neutral point of view.

CCSP

The CCSP – Certified Cloud Security Professional is “Backed by…the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and (ISC)², the CCSP credential denotes professionals with deep-seated knowledge and competency derived from hands-on experience with cyber, information, software and cloud computing infrastructure security. CCSPs help you achieve the highest standard for cloud security expertise and enable your organization to benefit from the power of cloud computing while keeping sensitive data secure.”1. Continue reading “Pre RSA Conference Training and my reading list for CCSP”

Information Firehose – My RSS Feeds, Public OPMLs, My Twitter Lists, and the Blog Roll in HTML all on one page.

I’ve consolidated my RSS Feeds, Public OPMLs, Twitter Lists, and Blog Roll in HTML all on one page the > Information Firehose Page

By Category!

AWS, Cisco, Citrix , DevOPs, DevProgramming, DFIR, Exchange, LinuxBSD, MalwareReversing, Microsoft, NeedSorting (Yes, this is a category), NetScaler,  Network, Podcast, PowerShell, Security, SecurityAwareness, Storage, Technology, Virtualization, VMware, YouTube, and Archived. Continue reading “Information Firehose – My RSS Feeds, Public OPMLs, My Twitter Lists, and the Blog Roll in HTML all on one page.”

Remove Unnecessary Hardware Devices From Your Virtual Machines

Here’s a foundation topic, whose rationale fits in the virtual world just as it did in the physical world.

Unnecessary or accessible hardware devices can be used against you by attackers to gain access or compromise information.

Unlike the physical world, where we can just lock hardware away in racks, the virtual world requires you to remove or disable the devices.

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My List of RSS Feeds: Updated, Sorted, and Culled

When I take sips from the Information Firehose, a large portion of it comes from the hydrant that is RSS. So today instead of sipping and imbibing one feed, let’s bust open the hydrant and play in the street like kids. OK, I know it’s the middle of winter but allow a little poetic license. 😉

For those of you who do not know what RSS or OPML means <-visit my posts.

RSS Feeds Categories <- Click here for RSS Feeds and Public OPML link by Categories

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