My blog wasn't up and going last year, so there are no poorly made guesses about security trends out there for you to hold me accountable for. This year will be no different. Instead, I present to you, dear readers...
My 2008 Security Blog Predictions
- MSRC will continue to only post on the 1st Thursday and 2nd Tuesday of each month.
- Matasano will burn up their clients' 2007 budgets and start posting again in January.
- Richard Bejtlich will still be the only guy blogging about network taps.
- Raffy will still be the only guy talking about AfterGlow, even though it works with Snort and Greg Hoglund used it in his new debugging tool.
- Nate Lawson's blog will be surpassed by Chris Eng's as the most difficult to digest. Especially if Nate keeps posting exclusively about vintage computers and BaySec.
- The Wired Support Intelligence blog will finally be declared abandoned and taken offline.
- People will continue to read Schneier's blog, even though it's just Bruce riffing one-liners on 2-week old articles.
- I will finally read WebSense Labs' blog regularly because they will add an RSS feed.
- I will finally blog about my experiences upgrading ArcSight 3.5 to 4.0, because my hardware will eventually arrive and I will finally be able to do the upgrade.
- ...and last but not least, security blogging will continue to really just be all about Google page rank.