Category: "Sources"

Introduction to the Sources category

  11:38, by Hagai Bar-El   , 79 words
Categories: Sources

This category contains posts that endorse or discuss sources of information, such as: books, articles, bulletins, podcasts, etc.

Be warned that like most other people, I read less than I want to, and I do not endorse sources (such as books) unless I think they deserve it. Thus, you probably do not want to restrict your education to whatever is mentioned under this category.

Lastly, if you think you have a source to endorse, guest posts will be considered.

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  2011-03-05

Book review: The Myths of Innovation, by Scott Berkun

  23:24, by Hagai Bar-El   , 220 words
Categories: Sources
I have just finished reading The Myths of Innovation by Scott Berkun. This 248-pages book describes how the work on innovation, and innovation in general, deviate from how we often perceive it, and from how it is presented by the media. It essentially c… more »

  2010-11-05

Recommended Podcast: Security Now

  22:43, by Hagai Bar-El   , 307 words
Categories: Sources
There are many IT security podcasts out there; too many, perhaps. Certainly too many to listen to. The challenge is to decide on which ones to follow on a regular basis. I became aware of a good candidate a couple of years ago, and since it retained its… more »

  2005-11-12

Evaluating Commercial Counter-Forensic Tools

  21:30, by Hagai Bar-El   , 548 words
Categories: IT Security, Sources
I have just enjoyed reading "Evaluating Commercial Counter-Forensic Tools" by Matthew Geiger from Carnegie Mellon University. The paper presents failures in commercially-available applications that offer covering the user's tracks. These applications… more »

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