As a student or industry professional in the field of cybersecurity, networking is essential for staying up to date with the latest developments and advancing your knowledge. To help you get started, we have compiled a list of popular social media accounts that we believe will be valuable resources for expanding your knowledge and staying informed. Whether you are new to the field or an experienced professional, we encourage you to follow these accounts and engage with the broader community of cybersecurity experts. By doing so, you can stay current with the latest trends and developments and stay connected with others in your field.
While this list is by no means exhaustive, it is a good starting point for building your own networks. To expand your connections, research the people on this list and see who they interact with and follow. By doing so, you can begin to build your own networks and establish relationships with key individuals in your field. It is important to remember that networking is a crucial part of professional development, so take the time to invest in building your own networks and connections.
- Dr. Golden Richard III – Associate Director for Cybersecurity, Center for Computation and Technology (CCT), LSU
- Dr. Wesley McGrew – Senior Cybersecurity Fellow at Martin Federal Consulting, LLC
- David Kennedy – Founder of Binary Defense and TrustedSec (CEO)
- Heather Mahalik – Senior Director of Digital Intelligence – Cellebrite
- Jessica Hyde – CEO of Hexordia Forensics
- Alexis Brignoni – FBI Agent; Developer of xLEAPP mobile forensic tools
- Dr. Chris Sanders – Founder of @networkdefense, @RuralTechFund and Autor
- DFIRTraining – The official DFIR Training account and most complete #DFIR online resource.
- DFIRScience – Digital forensics, incident response, and information security research, software, and tutorials.
If you don’t have a LinkedIn – go ahead and create one. They are a great professional platform by which you can start building up a network of industry professionals that may come in handy one day. In addition, many organizations and companies may post new findings and reports on LinkedIn that could benefit your own security endeavors.
- Dr. Ibrahim “Abe” Baggili – Professor, Center for Computation and Technology (CCT), LSU
- Harlan Carvey – Sr. Incident Responder and Author of RegRipper