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Enrich_badge.pngEarn the (ISC)2 Enrich badge for demonstrating superior engagement that enriches the (ISC)2 Community through the months of June and July.

 

 

To qualify, you must complete these 3 activities:

  • Receive 1 kudo
  • Give 1 kudo
  • Make 1 post

 

Why Kudos?  Kudos can have many meanings, but they work best when you want to show someone you read through their article, appreciate (or agree) with their insights, give a thank you to someone for supplying the information, or if you just want to say “Job well done!”

 

Thank you for your commitment to Enrich. Enable. Excel. with us! Your participation helps peers and fellow (ISC)2 members remain well-rounded and informed as cybersecurity professionals.

 

 

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Just Kudo'd rslades "no-badge" badge so that I could help him earn the enrich badge.   You're welcome.  Sadly, I can not also tag it to help myself earn the enrich badge.  

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> denbesten (Contributor III) posted a new comment in (ISC)² Updates on

> Just Kudo'd rslades "no-badge" badge so that I could help him earn the enrich
> badge.

Thanks.

>   You're welcome.  Sadly, I can not also tag it to help myself earn
> the enrich badge.

Argh. You're right. I shouldn't have posted it here in one of the "blog" areas: you
can't tag anything. (Or even reply to the replies. At least, not on the Web
interface. Have to do it through "reply via email." Which seems to be working
these days ...)

Should I repost the "no badges" badge over in Dain's "Can I opt out of kudos and
badges?"
https://community.isc2.org/t5/Welcome/Can-I-opt-out-of-kudos-and-badges/m-
p/11047#M1192 or https://is.gd/GaV6sq

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