The world of cyber security moves very quickly, very quickly indeed. Techniques and trends advance so rapidly that it’s difficult to keep your fingers on the pulse.
In order to protect your organization from encountering the next high profile data breach, it’s important to constantly evaluate the mobile threat landscape to address where weaknesses may lie within your fleet. That’s why we’ve brought to you a selection of 10 of the most influential security experts to follow on Twitter right now, to help you keep up to date. All of whom are security thought leaders with a passion for making the internet a safer place.

securityEugene Kaspersky

Handle @E_Kaspersky
Bio A long way from his humble start as a software engineer who sold antivirus, Kaspersky now leads one of the biggest security companies in the world. Follow him on Twitter for regular security insights from both his own research and from elsewhere across the web.

Mikko Hypponen

securityHandle @Mikko
Bio Mikko is a global security expert who’s worked as CRO at F-Secure for the past few decades. His research has been featured all over the world, including in the New York Times and Wired. When he’s not publishing security insights you’ll find him on Twitter engaging with the latest security discussions and trends.

Katie Moussouris

Handle @k8em0
Bio Katie has a penchant for finding vulnerabilities and exploits. She’s best known for her ongoing work advocating responsible security research as the architect of the first highly effective “bug bounty” programs for Microsoft. She’s now the founder and CEO of Luta Security and regularly Tweets about a variety of InfoSec issues.

Brian Krebs

Handle @BrianKrebs
Bio Brian is an independent investigative journalist who writes about cybercrime. His passion for breaking the latest security news led him to work for The Washington Post in the early nineties. Since then he’s authored the hugely popular book ‘Spam Nation’, which is a New York Times bestseller.

Graham Cluley

Handle @GCluley
Bio Graham is a UK based security expert who gained extensive security knowledge leading teams at McAfee and Sophos. He’s best known for breaking the latest InfoSec news via his blog, newsletter and weekly podcast – @SmashinSecurity.

securityJane Frankland

Handle @JaneFrankland
Bio As a cybersecurity entrepreneur, author, speaker and consultant, Jane has quite a few strings to her bow. Over the years she has built and sold her own global penetration testing firm, Corsaire, and has held executive positions at several large consultancies. She also authored an Amazon bestseller – “InSecurity”.

securityRobert Lee

Handle @RobertMLee
Bio Robert Lee is the CEO and Founder of the industrial security company Dragos. Alongside being a National Cybersecurity Fellow at New America focusing on policy issues relating to the cyber security of critical infrastructure. He started his security career in the Air Force, so he’s not one to shy away from the action.

Bill Brenner

Handle @BillBrenner70
Bio Bill’s interests lie in encryption and data protection. He’s a research director at IANS is the Senior Content Strategist at PKWARE, where he leads the discussion on enterprise and government encryption issues. When he’s not talking about security, he helps other combat OCD with his thought-provoking personal blog.

securityDave Shackleford

Handle @daveshackleford
Bio Dave is the founder of InfoSec consultancy firm – Voodoo Security – and is an avid gif user. As a SANS analyst and educator, Shackleford’s voice is authoritative in the InfoSec space. Follow him for cutting-edge security headlines, with a side order of techie banter.

Erno Doorenspleet

Handle @E_Doorenspleet
Bio Erno has more than two decades of experience in IT, spanning from governance and operations to security risk and management. He is an international speaker who specialises in enterprise security. You’ll catch him Tweeting the latest InfoSec news.
Website erno-doorenspleet

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So there you have it, 10 follows that will exponentially improve your security knowledge in just a few clicks of a mouse. Naming all the brilliant security brains in one list would be an impossible feat, so we’ll release our next edition in May. Tweet us at @wandera with your suggestions.
To find out more about how to protect your enterprise from the rapidly evolving threat landscape, get in touch with one of our security experts today.
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