A YouTube search for ‘information security’ brings up 4.89 million results, and wading through these videos to find a channel that regularly produces valuable content isn’t exactly easy.
The variety of videos in these search results is phenomenal. On one page you’ll find a series of videos for an information security course, and on another you’ll find Javvad Malik tracing around a shoe. Both fantastic sources of information, especially Javvad’s (watch to find out why).
There are many creative people on YouTube who produce videos that can be easily understood by the not-so-technical people like me, while being equally useful to the more technically-minded.
Below, I’ve selected three YouTube channels where I spend the majority of my viewing time.
You should all know who Graham Cluley is, and now he’s being incredibly active on YouTube. Check out his latest video below:
Sophos is very active on YouTube; each week they post their 60-second security videos, which provide a quick recap of the week’s events.
Watch their latest video here:
The videos on the Black Hat channel are recordings of talks from the conferences that they host around the world. There are a lot of videos on this channel – I suggest you take a day off to get started.
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