We are proud to announce that (ISC)² is now ISC2🎉
This is more than just a logo change – it is a bold step toward our mission to bridge the workforce gap with a diverse global talent pool. We remain dedicated to guiding our members through professional development and advocating for continued growth in the cybersecurity industry. Together, we will help guide candidates and be a force for good. Your future. Secured.
Check it out at the updated website: isc2.org
Learn more about this rebrand here: Cybersecurity is Evolving. So Are We.
Read the press release: ISC2 Announces Major Milestone as Community Grows to Half a Million Strong
The rebrand includes the name change from (ISC)² to ISC2 to improve global accessibility and ease translation across all languages.
Didn't even think about this! And here I was, just happy that I didn't have to use alt-codes any more!
Thanks for the note Andrea.
I do not like the change but then I have voiced that to Clar and others already.
(ISC)2 had a meaning. It stood for International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium. The logic of the name was brilliant, however I find myself wanting to know what ISC2 stands for.
I totally agree the older (ISC)2 was better. It was “smart and fun”. The new logo just seems to have been dumbed down. I’ve reached out to Todd Coats, Senior Director of Creative, at ISC2 trying to get a better understanding. Really wish the membership would have had some say in this.
Membership Policies and Procedures
-> ISC2 Logos & Guideline
and poked around, but I could not find it.