Hello Security Community Members,
Now that December is here, we're in the home stretch of 2018, and winter is in full swing. There are likely many seasonal events on your calendars, and we figured the IBM Security Community should add just one more!
We want to hear from you, our community members; tell us what your top go-to resource is for all things security! This can be anything from a specific file that you use (feel free to attach it to your post), to a specific blogging site that deals with Security, or even an influencer on Twitter whose opinion you value. We all have different things that we find valuable, and being able to share those with others is a great way to help in giving back to the community.
As with our previous event in the community, we'll be selecting one of our community members that to feature in a blog post on the site next month. All you need to do is respond to this thread with your top choice!
I'm leaving feedback about IBM Master Skills. The value proposition is special because of the nuances contained within the information. And it stopped us from building an advanced IBM i2 solution! Everyday, I'm subjected to social engineering for advanced RPA work where the end client may have a COI with the VAD. (past experience) I'm coming from a Finance career where I'm asked advanced Finance questions. (Agnostic RPA) And subjected to zero social engineering. GDPR is extremely important beyond CIA and I extrapolate further with Man & Machine concepts. (MQ, inferior arch-minutes targeting, SERP targeting, passerbys in public, goading, out of scope conversations, etc). I work the BAA Innovation board for emergent Physics, Astrophysics, and Theoretical Physics as a "Computer Janitor" in the Field of Application. Currently, I'm solving for Machine Common Sense that is stated as being elusive. I began with the learning academy in 2017. Status 3 submitted white papers that work YTD. I trust IBM Security with exponentially valuable research. Because the guy before me never worked commercial, and the competitors have never had Man & Machine.