Archive for July, 2015

Computer security reading list (part 2)

I came across Bruce Schneier’s “CRYPTO-GRAM” many years ago when it was an email-only newsletter, and ever since then I’ve been interested in security. Taking St. Cloud State’s Computing Ethics class (CSCI 332) gave me more connections with how security affects computers.

Continuing my last post, Computer security reading list (part 1), this post includes some resources on computer security. Not that I’ve read everything linked to here, but I’ve read enough to be drawn in and informed. I hope that you may find these useful as well.

Blogs (continued)

  • Google Project Zero Project Zero is a team at Google that looks at different systems and finds and documents zero-day vulnerabilities.



Computer security reading list (part 1)