InfoSec News is a privately run, medium traffic list that caters to the distribution of information security news articles. These articles come from such sources as newspapers, magazines and online resources. The e-mail subject line always contains the title of the article to allow readers to review articles quickly and efficiently.
The list includes:
- Articles covering topics such as security, hacking, firewalls, cryptography, encryption, forensics, critical infrastructure protection, products, public hacks, hoaxes, public policy, and legislation affecting these topics
- Information on where you can obtain articles in current magazines
- Security mergers, acquisitions, and venture capital news.
- New security product information
- Security book reviews and information
- Security conference/seminar information
- And anything else that comes to mind…
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William Knowles wk (at) infosecnews (dot) org serves as the editor and moderator for InfoSec News. InfoSec News is a private list. Moderation of topics, member subscription and everything else about the list remains solely his discretion.
Special thanks to the following individuals and organizations for their continued contributions: Brian Martin, Christian Wright, Darren Reed, Emerson Tan, Eric Wolbrom, Felix von Leitner, Greg MacPherson, Jay Dyson, Justin Lundy, Marjorie Simmons, Matthew Patton, Nicholas Brawn, Richard Forno, Robert G. Ferrell, Robert Slade, Attrition.org and Curiosity.org