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Hello guys,

To be honest I have been looking to enhance my professional career in information security and started to write down what i have learned over the past 4-5 years and wanted to share it with the world or atleast the community. However I have no clue how to go about this. biggrin.gif

I have contacted several publishers but either they do releases based on content (EG February is Cloud month), are specialized in a topic (eg forensics) or they simply ignore emails.

I'm not interested in posting it on my personal blog rolleyes.gif but looking for either print or web based content providers to share it. I wanted to know if you guys knew any of these mediums where i wouldn't face a content wall or a organic firewall (humans not interacting).

It is a short article (still on writting) regarding first response security.


Any help will be appreciated smile.gif
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I would be interested if the result of this and your posts.

You can always make posts here !
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I knw you said not, but your own website first, and then posting to things like reddit for advertisements. If the content is good then it will get hits!
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Originally Posted by kaistledine View Post

I would be interested if the result of this and your posts.

You can always make posts here !

Still on the research side, I have my part of the analysis complete after being solely "the guy" in 2 different companies and part of the team in a huge Incident response tem ( not a manage services ). I have seen how errors have affected companies and come to my own hypothesis and suggestions in the market. At this time I'm reading many publications from HP, McAfee, and other SIEM Vendors on what they recommend and how they think we should "work" with their alerts. I'm also planning to talk to IBM, Optiv, and Dell in regards to these best practices (management services).

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I knw you said not, but your own website first, and then posting to things like reddit for advertisements. If the content is good then it will get hits!

Now that you mentioned a counter and reddit it might help to convince SC Magazine, ISC^2 and others that were recommended on other forums to publish a non-known Security researched. I guess I can also combine it with Flipboard for better exposure.
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Yup yup, I never bother submitting things to journals anymore, just put it on my website then post to reddit if i think it would be usefull for someone smile.gif also having a backing on reddit would make it much easier to get published in the future,

And eek infosec managed services, now thats a big area biggrin.gif!
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Yup yup, I never bother submitting things to journals anymore, just put it on my website then post to reddit if i think it would be usefull for someone smile.gif also having a backing on reddit would make it much easier to get published in the future,

And eek infosec managed services, now thats a big area biggrin.gif!

To me right now they are a way to say regulators. I have 24/7 security monitoring..... but in reality it is not unless you used a integration team which cost way more and you do agree on absorbing the risk if they accidentally block a big client you won't sue or forward any damage/penalty fees to them. biggrin.gif
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