Cybersecurity Resources

I quit my day job to work on this page. Not really, but I do plan to spend more time curating sources of assistance and information that I encounter and which I think may be useful to infosec professionals, both established and aspiring.

Free computer security incident response plan templates, from San Diego's Alan Watkins: https://www.peerlyst.com/posts/resource-free-computer-security-incident-response-plan-templates-alan-watkins

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 security awareness materials from a reputable company:
https://free.thesecurityawarenesscompany.com/

Cybersecurity training and awareness, resources for educators:
https://www.welivesecurity.com/2019/05/21/cybersecurity-training-awareness-resources-educators/

Cybercrime metrics, policy issues, awareness: a collection of vendor-neutral articles and studies:
https://www.thirdway.org/series/third-way-cyber-enforcement-initiative

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

Building automation system security and siegeware, article contains a good list of resources:
https://www.welivesecurity.com/2019/02/20/siegeware-when-criminals-take-over-your-smart-building/

Economic Report to the President, Together with the Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers, February 2018, contains interesting analysis of Cumulative Abnormal returns:
Chapter 7: Fighting Cybersecurity Threats to the Growing Economy

Women creating infosec career opportunities, a website and book:
Secure the InfoSec Bag: Six Figure Career Guide for Women in Security
(I've heard Keirsten speak on this: great advice, and strategies I'd never thought of.)

More to come...