The annual RSA security conference has now come and gone. I didn't attend, but read some of the coverage.
This conference has become quite large and established, but it seems very commercial in tone, as opposed to some of the more hacker-oriented security conferences. You'll notice, looking at the list of speakers, that the talks are generally given by executives from large companies.
Which is not bad, but it means that you're getting a lot of corporate-speak, not a lot of cutting-edge research, as opposed to a conference such as SyScan, say.
Anyway, one interesting part of the RSA conference was the annual blogger awards, where I picked up a bunch of new blogs to follow, including
Ever more to read and learn!