Ghost Ryder -
I work in the Exam group and am one of the hosts for the workshops. Currently the majority of the workshops are scheduled during the week. I can't guarantee what day but usually M-W. However, that can change. It all depends on the availability when our event planner is planning the locations.
Please don't hesitate to ask any other questions
As an International volunteer, I would like to know the location of these workshops. Please note I am based in EMEA region and asking this just to prepare well in time.
So crystal_waston (Newcomer I) posted a new(-ish) reply in Welcome on 10-11-2018 04:33 AM (EDT?) in the (ISC)Â² Community.
Then, almost immediately, she (or some bot minder) edited it to read, "As an
International volunteer, I would like to know the location of these workshops.
@CraginS, I think she's trying to mess with your head :-)
It appears there may be a real security specialist Crystal Waston who works for Black Ice. See
If our @crystal_waston is indeed a bot then the bot-minder needs to do some new AI programming and not play games with edits for subterfuge.
If, however, this is the Black Ice employee or another live human of that name,
I think we have done more than enough to draw out the live person to respond.
Also, note that her edited statement is word for word from @MAK14 comment of 2-28-18, only two posts earlier in that same thread. It looks like crystal looped back to mine the thread for the edit. Botness score continues to rise.
As for the first try, which you captured for us, it came from Udemy:
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This well-known, global IT security certification offers instant credibility. And it’s an excellent way to expand your cybersecurity knowledge — particularly if you’re in a hands-on, operational IT role or you’re building a foundation in information security."