Today it's a very special day, it's the tenth anniversary of the 9/11. My thoughts are for that tragedy and for all the people that lost their lives that day. I have been struck by a comment on the New York Times: "The #1 lesson was that our government failed; their #1 job is to protect us".
My hope (and my work) is that this comment will never be written after a cyber attack.
It's now the time to list the best security resources of the week.
Hope you enjoy it.
@suffert Did The September 11th Attacks Blind Us To A Digital Pearl Harbor? flpbd.it/kgaw < good piece by @threatpost
@teamcymru UK newspaper interview with Turkish Turkguvenligi high profile DNS #hackers bit.ly/pjOsdi
@danchodanchev Reading: Hacktivism: a Theoretical and Empirical Exploration of China’s Cyber Warriors - bit.ly/oJ6tyn [pdf] #cyberwar #China
@nigroeneveld Cybercrime Attribution: An Eastern European Case Study bit.ly/onmcRh Russian Hacking News linkd.in/kHEVhx #hacking #russia
@paulsparrows The latest cyberattacks reinforce the need to adopt #DNSSEC bit.ly/otdq1V #Infosec #Security
@cyberwar Ross Anderson on UK cyber spend. Too much offense, not enough defense. http://t.co/vTO73up