I found this kind of funny. While searching on the Symantec website for some information on the Symantec Gateway Security product line I found myself laughing at the search results. Take a look:
Wow, that’s helpful. Instead of providing me with some good information on your product you’re, instead, telling me to buy Symantec products. Good work guys.
Join Andrew Hay for the SANS@Home SEC401R review/preparation session for the GIAC Security Essentials certification exams. This six session review course will allow GSEC candidates to prepare to pass the GSEC exam. Each session focuses on a particular book of the Security 401: SANS Security Essentials material. Class format is to review GSEC practice exam questions and answers to make sure that students understand the material covered in each book.
Covering Exam 1
Thursday, February 21th, 2008 – Book 401.1, Day 1
Thursday, February 28th, 2008 – Book 401.2, Day 2
Thursday, March 6th, 2008 – Book 401.3, Day 3
Covering Exam 2
Thursday, March 13th 29th, 2008 – Book 401.4, Day 4
Thursday, March 20th, 2008 – Book 401.5, Day 5
Thursday, March 27th, 2008 – Book 401.6, Day 6
As many of my readers know, I post interesting blog posts from around the blogosphere
on a daily basis as often as I can. What I’d like to know is if there are any blogs out there that, in your opinion, I should be following? Typically, I learn of blogs via other bloggers posts but there are always hidden gems out there that people need to know about.
So if you know a good blog, or are a blogger, that posts on security-related topics, then please leave me your URL as a comment and I’ll check it out.