Anton’s Security Blog Quarterly Q3 2021

Sometimes great old blog posts are hard to find (especially on Medium), so I decided to do a periodic list blog with my favorite posts over the past quarter.

Here is the next one. The posts below are ranked by lifetime views. This covers both Anton on Security and my posts from Google Cloud blog, and now our Cloud Security Podcast too!

Top 5 most popular posts of all times:

  1. “Security Correlation Then and Now: A Sad Truth About SIEM”
  2. “Can We Have “Detection as Code”?”
  3. “New Paper: “Future of the SOC: SOC People — Skills, Not Tiers”
  4. “Beware: Clown-grade SOCs Still Abound””
  5. “New Paper: “Future of the SOC: Forces shaping modern security operations””

Top 5 posts with the most Medium fans:

  1. “Security Correlation Then and Now: A Sad Truth About SIEM”
  2. “Beware: Clown-grade SOCs Still Abound”
  3. “Can We Have “Detection as Code”?”
  4. “Why Is Threat Detection Hard?”
  5. “A SOC Tried To Detect Threats in the Cloud … You Won’t Believe What Happened Next”

Top 5 Cloud Security Podcast by Google episodes:

  1. Episode 1“Confidentially Speaking”
  2. Episode 17 “Modern Threat Detection at Google”
  3. Episode 8 “Zero Trust: Fast Forward from 2010 to 2021”
  4. Episode 2 “Data Security in the Cloud”
  5. Episode 27 “The Mysteries of Detection Engineering: Revealed!”

Now, posts by topic.

Security operations / detection & response:

Data security:

Cloud security:

Random recommended resource: our new paper on 10X SOC is here: “New Paper: “Autonomic Security Operations — 10X Transformation of the Security Operations Center””


Previous posts in this series:

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