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CERIAS

Purdue University's Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) is currently viewed as one of the world's leading centers for research and education in areas of information security that are crucial to the protection of critical computing and communication infrastructure.

CERT Coordination Center
A branch of Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute, maintains extensive content covering current security vulnerabilities, incidents and fixes; vulnerability databases; security practices and methodology; survivability research and analysis; and other educational materials.

SANS Institute (ISC)
A cooperative research and education organization of system and network administrators and security professionals. The site contains a rich store of content including Digests of alerts and news updates, materials on conferences, education, and certification, "reading rooms" on diverse security topics, and the SANS/FBI list of Top Twenty Internet Security Vulnerabilities"

InfoSysSec
A security portal for information security professionals, containing a wide array of news, research resources, and vulnerability databases.

MITRE (CVE)
A government-aligned Federally Funded Research & Development Center that maintains a list of common network and system vulnerabilities and exposures.

Center for Internet Security

The Center for Internet Security (CIS) is a non-profit enterprise whose mission is to help organizations reduce the risk of business and e-commerce disruptions resulting from inadequate technical security controls.

SearchSecurity.com
Provides a general source for security news and product information, along with a list of best Security web sites

 


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