Twitter is one of the most dominant social networks on the Internet and part of its success lies in the fact that tweets have to be so concise and limited to 140 characters. For many it has replaced RSS, news aggregation sites and most traditional media for the latest headlines across most fields. Information security pros abound on Twitter. While not all of their tweets may be 100% focused on InfoSec, we’ve picked 61 network security Twitter feeds we think are worth following. Please note that some tend to use colorful and direct language in their tweets. Don’t always expect IT-related tweets; they do have other interests in life.
Microsoft MVP for Developer Security, Pluralsight author and international speaker.
Bruce Schneier is an internationally renowned security technologist and author.
Advances information security. Grows tech businesses. Fights malware.
OWASP’s mission is to make application security visible.
CRO at F-Secure. TED Speaker. Malware Adventurer
Hacker author. Globetrotting Infosec Ranger @ PwnieExpress
Social media & content strategist, speaker, trainer in STM publishing for Elsevier.
Securing medical devices at GE Healthcare.
Sharing Infosec, privacy and law info found during research that others may find interesting.
Independent investigative journalist.
Chairman, NED, advisor, speaker, blogger
CTO. Technosopher. Security enthusiast.
Security/hacker enthusiast, VP of Content and Media Strategy for Bateman Group
Privacy and security researcher, @Forbes contributor, technical advisor.
Blogger, podcaster, Akamai security advocate.
Chief policy officer, HackerOne. Internet bug bounty panelist. ISO editor. Ex-hacker.
CEO of Tenable Network Security; makers of the Nessus Vuln Scanner.
100% Geekgrl. Into InfoSec, I.T, women, equality, LBGT issues & feminism.
CyberSecurity and audit resources from James Tarala and Enclave Security.
Graphing the grey cybers: risk, infosec, fraud, economics.
Politely Belligerent Security Analyst.
I write about people who hack stuff.
Partner at @UrbaneSec, former CIO/CSO, proud PCI QSA, Apple geek.
Founder and CEO of Security Weekly.
Freelance security tester/consultant
Founder and iCEO of WhiteHat security, hacker.
Passionate about security and Privacy.
Business-minded hacker. Problem solver, infosec lover and risk enthusiast.
Managing director, Girls in Tech, Austin. Former Forbes and ZDNet.
Expert in information security managementand business continuity management.
Editor of Infosecurity Magazine.
Cloud/Security/DFIR/DevOps/BBQ research guy @OpenDNS. Author, blogger.
The Voice of infosec.
Hacker, co-founder/CTO @MassMosaic, open sorcerer, author, speaker, devops.
Information security, technology, privacy, gaming and overall geekery.
Sporadic blogger, Security BsSides co-founder.
Information security and risk management advisor.
Senior #Cyber security officer ISSA
Security scribe, Akamai security storyteller.
Chairman and CEO of #Kaspersky Lab.
Author of Penetration Testing: A Hands-On Introduction to Hacking
IT professional by accident, geek by nature.
InfoSec consultant, blogger, author, founder and head of Ireland’s CSIRT @irisscert
Tumblr security engineer and @sec_reactions by day, NYU adjunct professor and .NET annihilator by night.
Curated by @aloria.
Cleveland cyber security leader, author, speaker and professor.
Security guy, digital dad. Investor, reader, writer.
Computer security expert, blogger and public speaker.
Infrastructure security and wireless specialist.
Born to code and live healthy.
ICT, infrastructure specialist.
It consultant by stealth (Internet security, social media and blogging).
Federal cybersecurity, risk management, cloud security and information assurance practitioner.
PR vice president, security practice @ Merritt Group.
They cover security and privacy efforts for Microsoft – from the inside.
The official security response team at Microsoft.
Microsoft DCU works with industry partners to combat #Cybercrime.
I’m sure there are many more InfoSec pros that we missed and are tweeting great information. If you have a favorite you think deserves a spot on this list, leave a comment and let us know. Thanks!