Join us on LinkedIn to Discuss Information Security in the Era of COVID-19
We realize these are challenging times for everyone. As organizations develop new business continuity plans to endure the pandemic, security practitioners are being pressed to navigate a brand new and uncertain security landscape. That’s why our team has created the LinkedIn group Information Security in the Era of COVID-19. The group is meant to provide a place for members of the infosec community to share and discuss security strategies during COVID as well as network and find support. You can learn more about the group and join here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8928669/
As the pandemic continues we hope to build a community that will help us weather this difficulty and come out stronger. We look forward to seeing you on LinkedIn!
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