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Newcomer I

Re: Which Candidate supports going back to reasonable maintenance fees?

Marcus,
I wish I could respond with a positive YES, but I can't. I'm not a politician who mimics whatever the people want to hear.
I don't know why the fees went up, the current financial situation of (ISC)2, or any details on the discussion.
I can however tell you that I too was caught a bit offguard when the fees went up and I would like to know if there is a compromise can be made.

Good question!
Brian Grayek
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Newcomer I

Re: Voting is open!

AlecTrevelyan,
Thanks, I appreciate your confirmation as I found no reason for TrickyDicky's "failure".

Brian Grayek
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Newcomer I

Re: Voting is open!

TrickyDicky,
Seems that you've been seeing a lot of issues that no one else has reported. You said that I briefly dropped off the ballot after the first notification. Seems that if that was true, something occurred in the system that took me out of the ballotting, too. That would explain why you couldn't verify my standing.
I can tell you this though, the Board of Directors VERIFIED my background, current standing, and that I was up to date on CPEs and maintenance payments prior to the announcement of my selection for the Board.

Brian Grayek
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Newcomer I

Re: Voting is open!

Graham,
Thanks for confirming this to the membership.

Brian Grayek
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Newcomer III

Re: Voting is open!


@InfoSecGuru1 wrote:
TrickyDicky,
Don't know what you were trying to do or why it wasn't working for you, but I've always maintained my membership in good standing. I paid my yearly maintenance fee in March, so no chance that it was due to non-payment of the yearly maintenance fee. If this did occur, I can't explain what may have happened in the (ISC)2 system. It definitely shows no issues with my account.

Mr Grayek, thanks for the clarification. There seemed to be lots of glitches in the system over that period and I just wanted to confirm. 

Back in the day, when the slate was announced there was a link where members could "check out" the nominated candidates (business background, aspirations for their board term, evidence to their volunteerism, etc.). Unfortunately, that's all been done away with and there's no background given until the ballot has been set. I was just being a nosey member and checking out all the publicly available information on the candidates that I didn't know. That was just a flag that went up for me that hadn't fully come down. 

Good luck in the election

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Community Manager

Re: Voting is open!

Thank you all for your participation on the board and in the election! The polls closed last night and we'll be announcing the results next week most likely. I'll be archiving this board, as Sam did with the 2018 one. 

 

Thank you again!  

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Newcomer III

Re: Voting is open!

So Kaity, voting closed on 26th. Do the Board have a result, or do they have a timeline where they'll let the members know?
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Community Manager

Re: Voting is open!

I've not been informed of results yet, but I'm working with the team on announcing them as soon as they tell me!
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Newcomer III

Re: Voting is open!

Thanks for the update Kaity,
R
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Community Manager

Re: Voting is open!

Hello all! The results have been announced

 

  • Aloysius Cheang, CISSP – Singapore
  • Arthur R. Friedman, CISSP – U.S.
  • David Melnick, CISSP – U.S.
  • Yiannis Pavlosoglou, CISSP – United Kingdom
  • Zachary Tudor, CISSP – U.S.