This week, I do not have a lot to go into. Just a few small tidbits.
I started a RE class this week through the Brakeing Down Security Podcast slack and users. It is a four week class, and this first one was nuts. Basically going over assembly language and how it works. Been way too many years since I had thought about it from a how it works point of view. I applaud Bryan for setting these affordable classes up, and they are worth CPEs.
Speaking of studying, you all can groan, but I have been working on my CISSP. My current employer wants me to get it. I am scheduled to take the exam on Nov 6. I love that people who know me have more faith in me passing it than I do.
Finally, Black Hills Information Security has a post about using Google Calendar as a point for phishing attacks. They include the disclosure timeline at the end of the post. It is a good read, and something to be aware of, especially with how common Google Calendar is used.