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RaymondTaft
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Looking for Co-Authors / Peer-Reviewers (CISSP, CCSP)

I'm looking for a fellow CISSP / CCSP and others to collaborate on co-authorships and/or peer-review of articles for news outlets, publications (online and book), Vlogs, Podcasts, and Blogs. 

 

Some topics would include a 1 to 2 page Write-Up:

 

  • The Top 10 Things Your CISO Isn't Telling You
  • How The Pandemic Changed Your Company's Security Landscape 
  • The Top 10 Low-Cost, High Return Security Changes Your Company Can Make Today
  • The Rise of Non-Directory Domainless Architectures 
  • The Top 10 Regulatory Changes That Will Impact Your Company
  •  Why Using Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt Do Not Reduce Long Term Risk 
  • 10 Ways To Advocate Security Necessities In The C-Suite 
  • 10 Reasons Why Security Incidents Are on the Rise in 2021 
  • 2021 Nation State Hacker Threat Matrix 
  • The Rise of iOS and Android Threats And How To Mitigate Them
  • The Top 10 Best Practices for Endpoint Detection, Response, and Isolation
  • The Top 10 Cloud Security Vulnerabilities and How to Eliminate Them
  • Why "Over-The-Horizon" Threat Modeling Is Something Your Company Should Be Doing
  • The Top 10 Ways To Make Compliance Management Easier
  • BYOO - The Rise of "Bring-Your-Own-Office" - Native Remote Workforce Management  
  • The Top 10 Ways to Measure Your Company's Security Maturity

 

If interested, email me at ray.taft@taftsecure.com

 

CISSP, CCSP, Other Equivalent Education and Certifications, and Recent and Relevant Work Experience desired.

 

 

 

 

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Caute_cautim
Community Champion

Re: Looking for Co-Authors / Peer-Reviewers (CISSP, CCSP)

This looks a tad suspicious.

Regards

Caute_cautim
RaymondTaft
Newcomer I

Re: Looking for Co-Authors / Peer-Reviewers (CISSP, CCSP)

Why?

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Caute_cautim
Community Champion

Re: Looking for Co-Authors / Peer-Reviewers (CISSP, CCSP)

#RaymondTaft 

 

1) Your e-mail bounces, and 2) just concerned that any input others may apply, may be used for magazines and pecuniary purposes going onward. Whereas others involved in the community, tend to be very clear on their purpose i.e. research, PhD or assistance to the community or working on resolving particular issues.

 

No problems at all with peer reviews at all to assist the community and the professional as a whole.

 

What is your particular purpose behind this request please?

 

Regards

 

Caute_Cautim

RaymondTaft
Newcomer I

Re: Looking for Co-Authors / Peer-Reviewers (CISSP, CCSP)

Hi,

 

Thanks for the reply. 

 

While I appreciate the reply, I was very clear on purpose:

 

 

I'm looking for a fellow CISSP / CCSP and others to collaborate on co-authorships and/or peer-review of articles for news outlets, publications (online and book), Vlogs, Podcasts, and Blogs. 

 

 

 

To your point, I wrote that such would contribute to "articles for news outlets". If that's not something that others have no interest in contributing to, it seems simple - don't.

 

If others choose to read more into it, are suspicious, that's not a problem I need to resolve.  

 

I didn't think it needed be to be said, but I will post regardless: 

 

Such activities can also earn CPE Credits. 

 

Group A Credits: Domain-Related Activities
- Publishing a book, whitepaper or article

(ISC) 2 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Handbook 

 

Also, this falls  ISC2 Code of Ethics Canons include "Advance the profession."

 

I understand that an appropriate and reasonable amount of gatekeeping is necessary. Not sure my post falls within that.  

 

Thanks again for the heads up though.  I would check your email provider. 

 

Ray