Last Sunday I was at the Global Forum 2012 in Stockholm to present the importance of cyber-security for the economic growth (here is my presentation), so I haven't been able to publish my usual selection of the best security resources of the week. Since last week I had found some interesting materials, this week you will find items also from the previous list.
Hope you enjoy it!
Joseph Menn @josephmenn Good points by Gary McGraw on why nifty cyber-offense can't sub for a strong (if elusive) defense. http://j.mp/Q9Fv2a
Lee @Security_FAQs DUMPING A COMPLETE DATABASE USING SQL INJECTION http://bit.ly/YIr468
Damballa @DamballaInc Persistent Threat Detection on a Budget - 8 ways to find #APT activity in your network http://bit.ly/RWq1cQ #malware #infosec
DarkReading @DarkReading Hunting botnets in the cloud: http://ow.ly/f7yo6
Andre M. DiMino @sempersecurus Internet Fraud Alert(IFA) - A trusted mechanism for participating researchers to report stolen account credentials - https://www.ifraudalert.org/
Microsoft Security @msftsecurity Check out these in-depth botnet intelligence reports on Rustock, Zbot & Qakbot from MSFT here: http://bit.ly/SIJA9D #InfoSecg/
ENISA @enisa_eu New report on Supply Chain Integrity is published today by #ENISA http://bit.ly/T6paL4
Dancho Danchev @danchodanchev In retrospective - 2 yrs ago I exposed the DNS infrast. of the money mule recruit. ecosystem http://is.gd/YJOHen it's still a mul-nat. prob