As I write this, the Kentucky Derby is on TV and the announcer just said they have 150,000 people in attendance, first time since the pandemic that it's been a capacity crowd. So great to see! And tis the season, I just announced yesterday I'll be in Denver May
Quick digest this week. Had some work travel this week for the first time in a while, which was awesome! Heading to out on vacation tomorrow so no HACK digest next Friday. From the blog Jonathan Scott's end game and my advice for infosec twitter and jonathandata1 [https://luketucker.com/
Jonathan Scott is smart. He doesn’t care what the security community thinks, but he does care about what the general population thinks. Let’s track his journey a bit to postulate the end game. Now, every step he's taken could be completely natural and passion-driven, I have no idea.
Greetings from cold Boise, Idaho. I have a confession to make: January is one of my least favorite months of the year. The holidays are over, the density of the cold is... deeper. It's like the chill is implanted in my bones on January 2nd and I can't shake it
There’s a cybersecurity skills shortage, and lots of companies and creators are working to fill the market demand for high quality content. Last week, I wrote about the Offensive Hacking Education Landscape [https://luketucker.com/offensive-hacking-education-landscape/] and this week I share my thoughts on top trends in the space.
Happy weekend everyone! One day late this week, the universe didn't want me sending a newsletter yesterday. Got blocked on computer issues and feeling the effects of my COVID booster shot from Thursday afternoon. But Onward... Security tweets and links There's still time to vote for your favorite top 10
A few weeks ago there was a dust up on the bug bounty and pentesting corner of infosec twitter with certain content and tool creators in the space calling out others. While there are some charlatans, or “grifters” as The Cyber Mentor calls them, there are many great providers of
Greetings from Boise! Welcome to issue 002 of HACK, my newsletter where I talk about and curate news about security, marketing, community, hackers, and leadership. I'm going to be experimenting with the format and content a bit, so do let me know any feedback you have, I would love to
The past 2-weeks have been pretty crazy for those in the security industry. The Log4j vulnerability has broad-reaching impact. Scott Crawford, Head of Research at 451 had a good post on LinkedIn. Here's an excerpt. > Last December, the technology world was shaken by one of the most wide-ranging attack campaigns