Best Corporate Security Blog



Other nominees:

McAfee Blog: click here

CloudFlare Blog: click here

SecureWorks Blog: click here

Solutionary Minds Blog: click here

Kaspersky Lab Securelist Blog: click here

Veracode Blog: click here

Trend Micro Blog: click here


Naked Security Blog: click here

Best Security Podcast

Other nominees:

Liquidmatrix Security Digest: click here

EuroTrashSecurity: click here

SANS Internet Storm Center: click here

Southern Fried Security: click here

Risky Business: click here

Sophos Security Chet Chat: click here

And the winner is:

Paul Dotcom: click here

The Most Educational Security Blog

Other nominees:

BH Consulting’s Security Watch Blog: click here

Security Uncorked Blog: click here

Dr. Kees Leune’s Blog: click here

Securosis Blog: click here Blog: click here

Critical Watch Blog: click here

The Security Skeptic Blog: click here

The New School of Information Security Blog: click here

And the winner is:

Krebs On Security: click here

The Most Entertaining Security Blog

Other nominees:

Packet Pushers Blog: click here

Securosis Blog: click here

Errata Security Blog: click here

Naked Security Blog: click here

Uncommon Sense Security Blog: click here

PSilvas Blog: click here

And the winner is:

J4VV4D’s Blog: click here

The Blog That Best Represents The Security Industry

Other nominees:

SpiderLabs Anterior Blog: click here

1 Raindrop Blog: click here

Naked Security Blog: click here

The Firewall (Forbes) Blog: click here

Threat Level (Wired) Blog: click here

Securosis Blog: click here

Michael Peters Blog: click here

And the winner is:

Krebs On Security Blog: click here

The Single Best Blog Post or Podcast Of The Year

Other nominees:

The Epic Hacking of Mat Honan and Our Identity Challenge: click here

Application Security Debt and Application Interest Rates: click here

Why XSS is serious business (and why Tesco needs to pay attention): click here

Levelling up in the real world: click here

Secure Business Growth, Corporate Responsibility with Ben Tomhave: click here

And the winner is:

Meet The Hackers Who Sell Spies The Tools To Crack Your PC (And Get Paid Six-Figure Fees): click here

The Security Bloggers Hall Of Fame

The other nominees are:

Richard Bejtlich

Gunnar Peterson

Naked Security Blog

Wendy Nather

And the winner is:

Jack Daniel

Top 6 IT Certifications For 2011



Change happens fast in the IT industry – and what’s hot at the moment will always make way for what’s smaller, faster and more efficient.

And as technologies change, so do the certifications that are most in demand. The following are a few on their way to the top in 2011:

1. VMWare
IT departments are trending towards a leaner infrastructure, and that usually includes the use of SAAS platforms and virtual environments. The approach, when done intelligently, can save big money.

VMware is the current big dog in the virtual environment pack; however, certifications, such as the vSphere VCP, are poised to swell in demand over the coming months.

2. (MCTS) Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist – Windows Server Virtualization
For the same reasons above, but to a lesser degree, expect Microsoft’s Hyper-V platform to gain steam in 2011. It doesn’t have the foothold that VMWare does, but it’s still likely to be a valuable qualification to have under your belt.

3. (MCTS) Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist certification – Windows 7
Windows is the undisputed behemoth in the commercial world, which won’t change anytime soon. So it stands to reason that with Windows 7 only a year old, its hold will strengthen as time moves on. Hiring managers will be looking for (and rewarding) folks who hold certification around this platform.

4. (CCNA) Cisco Certified Network Associate
You don’t need me to say it, but wireless is kind of a big deal. In 2009, the International Data
Corporation (IDC)
projected a 37% decline in wireless and networking professionals by the end of 2011. That equates to opportunity for the industrious.

Besides, the CCNA cert is, has been, and will be respected by hiring managers far into the future. It’s a good one to have, no matter what the job pool looks like.

5. (ITIL) IT Infrastructure Library v3
Automation is a buzzword for organizations. As payroll budgets slim, companies look to get more out of technology to make up for less manpower. That’s where ITIL becomes important.

Bear in mind this isn’t a job-”getting” certification, but it is a great differentiator that shows a clear mastery of certain core IT skill sets. As the job market gets more crowded, it’ll be the details – like holding an ITIL – that make the difference.

6. EC-Council CEH
The attention on infrastructure security is only going one direction in 2011 – up! Most EC-Council certifications are going to be in demand, but pay particular attention to the CEH v6 Ethical Hacker certification. Government organizations, and the private sector alike, will be asking for it.

In Closing
What should you expect as an IT professional in 2011? 1) IT budgets will tighten up, forcing your team to do more with less. 2) Companies will start looking for varied certifications, hoping to land employees that can wear multiple hats.3) Legacy platforms will stick around longer, due to budgets aren’t funding upgrades.

All in all, it’ll be a challenging, exciting, fulfilling and predictable year. There’s plenty of opportunity to be had – and salary increases to secure – for those who prepare now to make them most of them.

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