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:

And there is a lot more good stuff on PeerLyst.

Free computer security incident response plan templates

From San Diego's Alan Watkins

Public attitudes to cybersecurity and cybercrime in the US: report based on EU-style barometer survey.

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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