Happy to have contributed to the great book Christina Morillo led with O'Reilly Media, 97 Things Every Informational Security Professional Should Know.
I had a few chapters, including sharing one of my favorite methodologies I learned while in the Dept of Defense, the Observe-Orient-Decide-Act (OODA) loop.
It's funny--I tried bringing this to a few organizations and was told "never bring up OODA" again. Fast forward a few more years as cyber matured and more and more are realizing that cyberspace is truly a contested battle space, that we must learn how to act confidently in this space, realizing we share it with our adversaries.
There is so much more great content in this book, all in bite-sized pieces, at all levels--from Vice President level down to the super tactical.
Pick up the book if your at all interested! It's very hard to get this level of perspective anywhere else, especially at the multitude of levels and from so many people's perspective.
I promise, if you give it a read, it will change your perspective and thinking around information security. For some it may expand your thinking and for others it may reinforce strategies your already using.
Being bias, its a must read!