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We published our InfoSec Awards magazine for 2011 in preparation for its launch at last year's Infosecurity Europe in Earls Court, London (24 - 26 April). The magazine covers all the best books of 2011, as voted by our readers, as well as loads of articles from authors and publishers about writing in our field.
The magazine is available free of charge as a digital edition here and much of the content is still current:
Mich was the author of the Security Strategies newsletter at Network World for 11 years, posting in excess of 1200 articles, before he joined us over here at InfoSec Skills. We are honoured to provide his new home on our own website. Mich’s now published every week on various infosec related matters and continues to garner much interest.
Perception provide us with Mich’s unique viewpoint and commentary on the world of Information Security. As he says, the blog is aimed at everyone in the security industry; from CIOs, to programmers, from consultants to students – all are welcome to drink down his vast experience.
Mich's personal website is: http://www.mekabay.com