Introducing Weekend Reading


Posted on by Jennifer Lawinski

How many times have you come across an article that you'd love to read and found yourself closing the tab at the end of the day? Or saving it to Instapaper never to set eyes on it again? There's a lot of excellent news and analysis on information security, and we're experimenting with a new feature here at RSA Conference: Weekend Reading. security news

On Friday afternoon, we'll post a roundup of some of the best information security articles from around the web, chosen by some of the best infosec journalists and editors in the business, that you can check out over the weekend when you've got some downtime. 

This week, we kick off with a recommendation from Dark Reading Executive Editor Kelly Jackson Higgins.

Her pick is 4 Conversation- Starters & Stoppers For US-China Cybersecurity Talks, by Dark Reading Senior Editor Sara Peters. "It lays out the stakes involved with the US-China cybersecurity talks, as well as the realities of how far those talks can really go," she said. 

This week I'm recommending a piece from Slate that shows just how devastating a massive data breach can be, and reminds us how important IT professionals are on the front lines: Inside the Sony Hack.

Enjoy! And let us know what you think by tweeting us @RSAConference!


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Jennifer Lawinski

Editor-In-Chief, RSA Conference

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