More than 14,500 cybersecurity professionals have joined the new online community (ISC) ² since its launch last month. The Community (ISC) ² is an open forum for members (ISC) ² and other security experts to connect, share best practices and help advance the cybersecurity profession.
"The members of (ISC) ² represent some of the best minds in the field of cybersecurity, and our new community provides a platform for them to collaborate directly on a wide range of issues, trends and job challenges," said (ISC) ² CEO David Shearer, CISSP. "It is very exciting to see so many cyber security professionals join the community in this way quickly and immediately begin to help each other in building careers, continuing their professional education, discussing the proposed cyber legislation and more." The community (ISC) ² It captures the pulse of the cybersecurity profession and offers a great understanding of the challenges and opportunities that security professionals face every day. "
The Community (ISC) ² is open to anyone interested in involving cybersecurity professionals in discussions related to cybersecurity, information, software and infrastructure. The main conversations so far include:
- Discussion of the new NIST passwords guidelines
- Share knowledge in the E.U. General regulation of data protection (GDPR)
- Tips to respond to the KRACK exploit to secure wireless devices
- Share best practices for vulnerability management
- Volunteer opportunities to educate children about cybersecurity
Join the conversation
Visit community.isc2.org to learn what the world's leading cybersecurity experts say about the latest security trends and the problems facing the profession.
About (ISC) ²
(ISC) ² is an international non-profit association dedicated to inspiring a safe and secure cyber world. Best known for the acclaimed Certified Security Systems Security Professional (CISSP®) certification, (ISC) 2 offers a portfolio of credentials that are part of a holistic and programmatic approach to security. Our membership, which has more than 125,000 members, is made up of certified computer security, cybernetics and IT professionals who are making a difference and helping us move forward in the industry. Our vision is supported by our commitment to educate and reach the general public through our charitable foundation: the Center for Cybersecurity and Education.