What is a blog?
A blog is a website with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material.
What is the purpose of the (ISC)² blog?
(ISC)² established this blog to provide a voice to certified members, who have significant knowledge and valuable insights that can benefit other information security professionals and the public at large.
Who can access the blog? Is the blog only for members?
The (ISC)² blog is accessible to the general public; however, only certified members and designated (ISC)² staff may submit blogs.
How do I access the blog?
The blog is available at blog.isc2.org. A link is also available from the (ISC)² member website under “Networking” and on the home page of the public site.
Where does content for the blog come from?
Content for the blog is provided by designated (ISC)² staff members, as well as (ISC)² members, who have volunteered to contribute.
Is (ISC)² responsible for the blog content?
No. The postings on the blog site are the author's own and don't necessarily represent (ISC)²'s positions, strategies or opinions. (ISC)² reserves the right to remove any postings or comments at any time.
Will I receive CPEs from (ISC)² for reading the blog?
How can I volunteer to contribute to the blog? Who should I contact if I have questions about the blog? Who should I contact if I find objectionable material on the blog?
All inquiries regarding the blog should be sent to the blog moderator at firstname.lastname@example.org.