Cybersecurity Resources

I am way behind on building this page, but the idea is to share sources of assistance and information that I encounter and which I think may be useful to infosec professionals, both established and aspiring.

Free information security policy: from a very reputable source: https://www.peerlyst.com/posts/free-basic-template-information-security-policy-for-small-business-smb-smbe-sme-glenda-snodgrass

And there is a lot more good stuff on PeerLyst.

Free computer security incident response plan templateshttps://www.peerlyst.com/posts/resource-free-computer-security-incident-response-plan-templates-alan-watkins

From San Diego's Alan Watkins

Public attitudes to cybersecurity and cybercrime in the US: report based on EU-style barometer survey. https://www.welivesecurity.com/2019/01/24/cybersecurity-barometer-shows-impact-privacy-security/

Sponsored by ESET, but really the US government should be doing this.

Economic Report to the President, Together with the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers, February 2018 - Chapter 7: Fighting Cybersecurity Threats to the Growing Economy

Contains interesting analysis of Cumulative Abnormal returns

More to come...

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