Twitter can be a great resource in learning about today’s top information security trends.
Here are some of the best cyber security professionals to follow on Twitter.
Today’s digital age brings accessibility, innovation, and efficiency, however, at times security can be a cost, meaning that you’ll need to be current with today’s cyber security and its trends. Though with so much information available, accomplishing this can be overwhelming. Luckily, with today’s social media, especially Twitter, information and discussions are now easy to share. Here are some of the top cyber security professionals on twitter that you should follow to learn about current trends.
Alex Stamos is Facebook’s CSO. With Facebook being one of the biggest tech companies in the world right now, Stamos can be a great resource in learning about upcoming cyber security trends.
The Grugq is a popular security research who is known for his witty commentary on opsec and infosec. He has a great skill for pointing out real and ridiculous concerns in the security space.
With more than 20 years of experience in IT, Nather is the principal security strategist at Duo Strategy. Her experience includes the financial services industry as well as the state government. She is known for her specialties in security program management, risk analysis, and application security.
Krebs is a renowned security reporter who specializes in reporting the latest security breach breaks. His blog is an excellent resource for the latest news and major stories across the world. He is widely known for his work with the Washington Post as their security reporter.
Schneier is a security guru who has published a wide range of books, articles, essays, and academic papers about cybersecurity. He is a must follow if you are looking to stay relevant with the field.
Robert M. Lee
One of Forbes’ “30 under 30”, Lee is one of the younger IT and cybersecurity experts around. He was a Cyber Warfare Operations Officer in the U.S. Air Force and a contributing writer for Control Engineering. Currently pursuing his PhD, Lee consistently gives insight on the world of information security and similar subject matter.
Founder of the Juliette Kayyem Solutions, LLC. She had previously worked with the US Department of Homeland Security and was a trial attorney. Kayyem’s Twitter focuses on the interconnections of the government and information security.
Mousouris’ resume is outstanding. She’s helped the US Department of Defense start its first bug bounty program and is known for her work with the US National Body of the INternational Standards Organization. Her Twitter account encompasses personal information security experiences as well as information.
One of the top experts in the field, Jaquith has a background in both IT and business. His account can be a good resource for general business news as well as information security.
The acting head of the Europol’s Counter Terrorist and Financial Intelligence Centre as well as the head of European Cybercrime Centre. He is also known for being a member of the Board of Directors for Global Cyber Alliance. Oerting’s Twitter focuses on industry news as well as an international perspective on cyber security.
Lum is Tumblr’s Security Engineer. Her fun and playful Twitter focuses a variety of subjects including fintech, information security, and more.
Google’s director of engineering. Her career first started as Google’s security intern in 2006 and has grown in giant strides since. She has advised the Executive Office of the President on enhancing network security and worked on the renowned OCS project. On Twitter, she’s constantly sharing relevant infosec articles.
IBM’s Vice President of IBM Security. He is a leading voice in IBM’s new security headquarters as well as an advisory board member of the United Nations Population fund. Barlow’s Twitter shares a variety of subjects that can be interesting as well as entertaining.