If you’re looking for a way to safely check URLs for bad content, Lenny Zeltser had a great list of free online tools for you.
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Safely Check Bad URLs
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Great Security Cheatsheets (Free)
Lenny Zeltser not only created some great security cheatsheets, he compiled a list of some good reference guides developed by others.
Why should you trust his FREE cheatsheets? Lenny leads a security consulting practice, teaches malware analysis, explores security topics at conferences and in articles, and volunteers as an incident handler at the Internet Storm Center.
So whether you want to learn more about specific security practices or just have a quick reference, you’ll want these cheatsheets.
I’m out of town!
When I joined LinkedIn, it was because it was BUSINESS-like and so un-Facebook. As much as I like LinkedIn, it is becoming too much like Twitter and Facebook. Or perhaps it is more accurate to say that LinkedIn features are being used in the same casual manner.
5 Security Steps for Non-Big Businesses
Lenny Zeltser suggest 5 steps that mid-market organizations can take down the security path:
- Identify key data flows
- Understand user interactions
- Examine the network perimeter
- Assess the servers and workstations
- Look at the applications
Why People Don't "Do" Security
Lenny Zeltser, of the SANS Internet Storm Center, posted his Three Laws of Behavior Dynamics for Information Security. These laws describe why people follow or don’t follow new security initiatives. Basically, it describes how people react to change overall, but Zeltser focuses on security change specifically.