Have a tough INFOSEC Question – Ask for an answer and ‘YE Shall Receive
Here’s a wonderful non-profit organization. You can join for free, start your own local chapter and so much more.
The best service of NAISG are their free Techtips. It works like this, you join the Techtips mailing list.
Then of course you’ll start to see a stream of emails with questions and ideas about any area of INFOSEC. Let’s say you just bought an application layer firewall and can’t figure out a best-practices model for ‘firewall log storage’, you could ask thousands of INFOSEC experts in a single email by posting your question to the Techtips newsgroup.
Next thing you know, a discussion ensues and you’ll have more than one great answer. It’s the NAISG.org’s best kept secret.
So use it by going here:
SOURCES: CDM and NAISG.ORG
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