Mar 04 2008

Carnival of the Security Catalysts Community for 03/04/08

Published by at 7:19 am under General

I’ve been a member of the Security Catalyst Community from the beginning and a friend of it’s founder, Micheal Santarcangelo, for a couple of years now. It’s true I only rarely post to the forums and I’ve only met Michael face to face once, but it still counts. By being involved in the community I’ve been able to get involved with some very interesting projects and meet a large variety of security professionals from around the nation. Whether your just getting involved in security or your a seasoned professional, the Security Catalyst Community represents a great place to ask questions, bounce ideas of the wall and just get an idea of what other like-minded professionals are thinking about in the world of security. Take a moment to sign up and poke around, but be aware that real names are required and the forums are moderated to keep the conversations on track.

Here are a few of the more interesting recent topics:

There’s a good chance that there will be a breakfast meeting of the Security Catalysts Community one morning at RSA this year. If we can manage to get out of bed early enough to still be able to make it to presentations. And if we’re not too hung over from the parties the night before. Join the community and join us for breakfast.

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2 Responses to “Carnival of the Security Catalysts Community for 03/04/08”

  1. […] Previous Carnival Hosts Tuesday, February 12 – Andy Willingham Tuesday, February 26 – Michael Santarcangelo Tuesday, March 4 – Martin McKeay […]

  2. Computer Securityon 18 Mar 2009 at 7:09 pm

    Computer security is a complex issue, the people who wanted to know about computer security in detail must have basic knowledge on computer security issues. However joining such communities can improve understanding and share the knoweledge.

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