My goals for the year mean some drastic changes to the type of content you’re used to seeing from me. One of these goals is to highlight the human aspect of professionals in information security — to demonstrate the depth of personality, the breadth of interest and accomplishment, and to explore the forces which make us who we are.
In this first series, I asked my infosec colleagues to share 3 books that changed their lives. The results were astounding and the responses very heart-felt. This topic evoked passion and an openness that led me to change the format from a single article to a multi-post piece, highlighting each security professional’s picks in his/her own feature.
The idea is to share what makes us who we are, not for the purposes of emulation, but to open our eyes and minds to the bigger picture by thinking outside the infosec box in which we’re so often enclosed. For this piece, I tried to select a cross-section of the industry and people I thought would be comfortable stepping outside of the normal boundaries of technology content.
The only guidance I offered was that they were to pick three books which changed their life, and explain why/how they were impacted. It was made clear the book content could be on any topic. I wasn’t disappointed, and I hope you’ll feel the same.
With that, let me introduce the the first mini-series of the year.
- Bill Brenner: 3 Books that Changed My Life
- Illena Armstrong: 3 Books that Changed My Life
- Dave Kennedy: 3 Books that Changed My Life
- Jack Daniel: 3 Books that Changed My Life
- unveiled soon…