Security Blogger Meetup 2011 : “Security Thought Leaders” in the Spirit of Chris Eng

I went to the Security Blogger Meetup this week at RSA and met up with a  lot of friends and colleagues that I haven’t seen in a while.  Alan Shimel made a point that a lot of the “old” bloggers weren’t writing as often as they had in the past, but luckily a lot of new ones with great content were emerging – there were over 100 attendees at this years meetup, which was pretty impressive.  That is obviously a lot of blogs to read each week, but if you want to filter it down a bit, you might take a look at the nominees for awards this year.

Along those lines, there was one new category that I wanted to share – The single best security blog post of the year.  The nominees were:

The winner was the last one by Chris Eng – so being curious, I went and watched it, and it is hilarious and worth sharing.  Here it is, embedded below.


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Jeff Jones

Principal Cybersecurity Strategist

Jeff Jones a 27-year security industry professional that has spent the last decade at Microsoft working with enterprise CSOs and Microsoft's internal teams to drive practical and measurable security improvements into Microsoft products and services. Additionally, Jeff analyzes vulnerability trends Read more »