I spend my time reading 3-6 books a month on security, technology, and society—and thinking about what might be coming next. Every Monday I send out a list of the best content I've found in the last week to around 50,000 people. It'll save you tons of time.
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This week’s topics: An OWASP Gaming Security Framework, infosec news, OPSEC is obscurity, AMP is a horrible idea, the End of Twitter, the Sound of Silence, chaning your Echo wake word, RAWGraphs, Ask Lesley, and more…
This is Episode No. 62 of Unsupervised Learning—a weekly show where I curate 3-5 hours of reading in infosec, technology, and humans into a 15 to 30 minute summary.
The goal is to catch you up on current events, tell you about the best content from the week, and hopefully give you something to think about as well.
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