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Community Manager

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It is the one year anniversary of the Community this month!  We would love to thank all of our Community members for helping to make our first year an amazing one! 

 

In our first year we have welcomed 21.4K members, had over 12K posts and over 8K kudos.  We have added 6 boards to the Community and organized the Community into four distinct areas: (ISC)2 Exchange, Discussions, Events, and Research. Throughout all this change, we have been in awe of all of the Community members who post tips for those studying for their certifications, who hop in to share their viewpoints on various topics, and all those who genuinely want to help advance the profession as well as help other Community members.

 

As we celebrate the first Community Anniversary, we hope that you all know how grateful we are for each and every member of this Community.

 

For one month (from today, 10/16 – 11/15), by solely logging into the Community, you will earn a badge that helps us to celebrate our first anniversary.

 

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Here’s to many more!

13 Comments
Advocate I

Normally, my browser (chrome 69) keeps the community logged,even if I reboot my PC.  Just a few moments ago, I attempted to logout but found that is apparently not possible. 

 

I tried two ways.  First, by pulling down my avatar and selecting " [=> Sign Out".  The result was that I was returned to the main page, yet I remained logged in.  Then, I tried entering the URL directly in a new browser tab, which redirected (with a 302 status) to community.isc2.org and I remained logged in.   At no time did I see any redirects to okta.

 

I know a few different ways to force a login record (so I earn the badge), but I have not done so because I thought it more important to maintain the evidence when reporting this logout-issue.

Community Manager

Thank you for reporting this @denbesten.  I'll send this along to our vendor to look into. In the meantime, by posting in the Community, your account does show that you were logged in today (even though you did not take a specific sign in action).  Due to this, you have earned the badge, which you can see here: https://community.isc2.org/t5/badges/userbadgespage/user-id/311867713/page/1

 

Please let me know if you have any further questions. 

 

Best, 

 

Samantha

Advocate II
> Subject: Re: Happy First Anniversary to the Community!

Ummmm, wait. *Today* is the first anniversary of the "community"?

But *last week* I got a "Happy 1 Year Anniversary" of being *on* the
"community"?

How does that work?

(By the way, still no "Excel" badge ...)

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Newcomer I
That is awesome!! Glad to be part of the community from the beginning.
Community Manager

Hi @rslade

 

You are correct that the day this was posted was not the actual one year anniversary. The anniversary of the public launch of the Community was actually on 10/8 during our annual Security Congress Conference. The Community was around for some time before that as well, for testing, early invites, and the 2017 Security Congress Conference, to name a few. We will use October as a month to celebrate the anniversary of the Community going forward, so as not to celebrate just one day, but the whole month, which just so happens to coincide with National Cyber Security Awareness Month.  

 

 

-Samantha

Community Manager

Thanks for celebrating with us, @Brewdawg!! We're happy to have you as a part of the Community Smiley Happy 

Advocate II
> SamanthaO_isc2 (Community Manager) mentioned you in a post! Join the conversation below:

> We will use October as a month to celebrate the anniversary of the
> Community going forward, so as not to celebrate just one day, but the whole
> month, which just so happens to coincide with National Cyber Security
> Awareness Month.

Cute :-)

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Advocate I

@rslade wrote:

(By the way, still no "Excel" badge ...)

Congrats, you have now earned one of the two "Excel" badges.  Sadly, there are not more because it plays into my feeling that Community engagement is declining,  

Advocate II

@denbesten

> Congrats, you have now earned one of the two "Excel" badges.

 

Yeah, I noticed yesterday that it had finally come through ...

 

>  Sadly, there are not more because it plays into my feeling that Community engagement

> is declining

 

Hmmmm.  Not my perception: as far as I can tell there is still about the same level of activity.

 

Of course, people could always try out the CISSPforum ...

Newcomer III

This awesome - glad to see the communities engagement and relevant topics.

 

Question: what can you find the meaning to titles like: newcomer I, newcomer II, Advocate I, and the like?

Do they change?  How are they established?

 

Thanks and Congratulations


@SamanthaO_isc2 wrote:

Community-1YearAnn-790x100.jpg

 

It is the one year anniversary of the Community this month!  We would love to thank all of our Community members for helping to make our first year an amazing one! 

 

In our first year we have welcomed 21.4K members, had over 12K posts and over 8K kudos.  We have added 6 boards to the Community and organized the Community into four distinct areas: (ISC)2 Exchange, Discussions, Events, and Research. Throughout all this change, we have been in awe of all of the Community members who post tips for those studying for their certifications, who hop in to share their viewpoints on various topics, and all those who genuinely want to help advance the profession as well as help other Community members.

 

As we celebrate the first Community Anniversary, we hope that you all know how grateful we are for each and every member of this Community.

 

For one month (from today, 10/16 – 11/15), by solely logging into the Community, you will earn a badge that helps us to celebrate our first anniversary.

 

Community-Ann-Badge-1year.png

 

Here’s to many more!



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Community Manager

Hello @Daniel-Nash1

 

The titles that you are referring to are the ranks in the Community. You can find out more about the different ranks available here. While we cannot share the exact requirements to rank up to each new rank, we can let you know that there are 3 levels to each rank, and you rank up through your actions in the Community (i.e. kudos/posts/replies/etc). 

 

Let me know if you have any other questions, I am happy to help! 

 

 

Thanks, 

Samantha

Viewer III

Thank you for this community. It's quite helpful!

Newcomer II

Congratulations everyone!