UPDATED: June 2018
The mission of this online community is to provide a shared space where (ISC)² members, cyber experts, and IT security professionals can go to connect, collaborate, share knowledge, and develop the best practices required to manage the ever-evolving needs and interests of the cyber industry.
The (ISC)² Community welcomes everyone with an interest in cyber, information, software and infrastructure security. It is important that you observe these community rules:
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UPDATED: June 2018
I cannot stress enough the no solicitation and no advertisement rules. I am looking forward to an active discussion on all topics IT Security that should be geared towards learning from each other and not trying to sell a product or service.