Lecturer in the School of Computer Science at the University of Sydney, Australia. His main research area is in the junction between Software Engineering and Cybersecurity. Interested in Program Analysis, Automatic Repair, Mutation Analysis, Specification Mining, Grammar Based Generators and Parsing.
Security researcher and software developer, runs a blog about Infosec.
“Smashing Security” is an award winning podcast which is in theory about infosec, but in reality it’s a very entertaining (and occasionally slightly rude) round-up of all sorts of computing and tangential non-computing news. Features lots of back-and-forth banter between hosts Graham Cluely, Carole Theriault and their special guest.
Technology blogger and freelance security researcher based in Hong Kong. Wong has had a string of famous scoops, and been the first person to uncover many hidden features, security bugs and unannounced products from big tech companies.
Videos about free open source software and hardware, especially with regard to privacy.
Consultant specialising in digital identity and internet standards, also posts about women in technology and cybersecurity. Based near Seattle in the United States.
InfoSec expert, privacy advocate, malware analyst and practitioner of corny humour.
Privacy researcher and IT professional, commenting on issues related to these topics.
German privacy-oriented digital agency providing advice on privacy-friendly technology, creating digital content and publishing Pyngu Magazine with articles about privacy, design and technology. They also run their own Mastodon server.
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Account commenting on foreign policy, infosec and national security. Maintained by Matt Tait, a former specialist from British intelligence and now working for a cybersecurity company.
Information Security blogger, live streamer and educator, runs the Infosec blog Taggart Tech.
Useful site which lets you check if you are the victim of a security breach.
IT expert, software developer, good guy hacker, long-time Fediverse user. Fighting for privacy rights, libre software and ethical tech. Did information security and infrastructure for Panama Papers journalists, amongst others.
Online security expert and creator of the popular “Have I been pwned” tool. Microsoft Regional Director and MVP.
Research and development project to develop next generation technologies that put users first, to protect them from exploitation and privacy invasion by online service providers. Partly funded by the European Union.
Linux distribution based on Debian designed for computer security tasks such as digital forensics, penetration testing, security research and reverse engineering.
Computer security expert, blogger and co-host of the excellently funny Smashing Security podcast.
US-based website encouraging people to protect their privacy online, and offering suggestions on how to protect themselves.
Popular free open source password manager available in lots of flavours including Android, iOS, Linux, Mac and Windows.
Sells privacy-friendly FOSS security keys, de-Googled smartphones, Linux laptops etc.
Helps to distribute stickers from the hacker festival Chaos Communication Congress (C3) in Leipzig, Germany, and its online counterpart the Remote Chaos Experience (rC3).
Fediverse address (in English and German):