Cybersecurity expert, Professor Curtis Coleman shares his favorite Cybersecurity blogs. Give them a follow and keep up with Professor Coleman for an inside look at Computer Science through a Cybersecurity lens.
focus is on cybercrime and other major data breaches and hacks. Taking
advantage of his expertise and connections within the security industry, he finds
angles in a story that most major publications will miss. Brian is meticulous and
dedicated to ensuring that every aspect of an attack from motive to technique is
discovered and reported.
2. Paul’s Security Weekly – If you're looking for a bunch of us security nerds
to get together and talk shop, then Paul’s Security Weekly is for you. This show
features interviews with folks in the security community; technical segments,
which are just that, very technical; and security news, which is an open discussion
forum for the hosts to express their opinions about the latest security headlines,
breaches, new exploits and vulnerabilities, “not” politics, “cyber” policies and
more. The topics vary greatly and the atmosphere is relaxed and very
3. Graham Cluley – Graham Cluley is a public speaker and independent
computer security analyst. His website aggregates numerous posts on breaches,
hacks, enterprise security, and the security industry itself.
4. Schneier on Security – Bruce Schneier is a public-interest technologist who has
been writing about security issues since 1998. Referred to as a “security guru”
by The Economist, he has written over a dozen books as well as hundreds of
articles, essays, and academic papers. His blog, Schneier on Security, and Crypto-
Gram Newsletter—both of which are free to access on his website—have a
readership of 250,000 people and cover a range of topics centered on the
intersection of security, technology, and public policy.
5. DarkReading.com – Long one of the most widely-read cybersecurity news sites
on the Web, Dark Reading is now the most trusted online community for security-
minded professionals. Its community members include thought-leading security
researchers, Chief Information Security Officers, and technology specialists, along
with thousands of other security professionals.