RE: LinkedIn security group (NAISG)

Posted: 09-24-2008, 10:06 AM
Hi Brad; you were back here months ago re the above.
Can you repost that .org for others here, as you have put a full-stop after
the org

They can't click it, and that can't copy/paste it.

And retyping bores a lot of people, lol.
Good to see you here again.
--
Mad Mike


"Bradley Dinerman [MVP - Enterprise Secur" wrote:
>
> This is a general notice and/or reminder for those of you on the LinkedIn
> network that the National Information Security Group (NAISG) maintains a
> group on the LinkedIn network and welcomes your membership.
>
> Membership in the group is moderated, however. It is not open to those
> with no relation to security or who just want to join every group in the
> world, nor is it open to recruiters looking for names/addresses for their
> database. If you would like to join, please feel free to do so at
> http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/43269.
>
> Also, please check out our Web site at http://www.naisg.org. We maintain
> chapters around the world, many of which just formed over the past few
> months, and membership is ALWAYS free. Global membership as of today is
> approximately 1,400. Please feel free to join one of our chapters or our
> TechTips email list. (And we're always looking for qualified leaders to
> form new chapters in your area.)
>
> NAISG presentations are vendor-neutral. We do not favor any single vendor
> or solution. Topics may be technical or more issues-focused. As an
> example, this October the Boston (Massachusetts, USA) chapter will feature
> a presentation by the United States Secret Service on its electronic
> crimes task force.
>
> Hope to see you there...
>
> Yours,
> Brad Dinerman
>
>
>
>
> ___________________________________________
> Bradley J. Dinerman, President
> National Information Security Group (NAISG)
> Microsoft MVP (Enterprise Security)
> Certified SonicWALL Security Administrator
> Certified 3Com IP Telephony Expert
> Web: http://www.naisg.org
> Blog: http://www.naisg.org/blogs/tqg
>

RE: LinkedIn security group (NAISG)


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Bradley Dinerman [MVP - Enterprise Security]
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Re: LinkedIn security group (NAISG)
Posted: 09-24-2008, 06:44 PM
Hi Mike,

Here are the relevant URLs:

National Information Security Group (NAISG):
http://www.naisg.org

LinkedIn group for NAISG:
http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/43269

I hope that helps.

Be well...

Yours,
Brad


"Mick Murphy" <MickMurphy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:B9A0EB67-8598-436C-9F18-461D60FD0602@microsoft.com...
> Hi Brad; you were back here months ago re the above.
> Can you repost that .org for others here, as you have put a full-stop
> after
> the org
>
> They can't click it, and that can't copy/paste it.
>
> And retyping bores a lot of people, lol.
> Good to see you here again.
> --
> Mad Mike
>
>
> "Bradley Dinerman [MVP - Enterprise Secur" wrote:
>
>>
>> This is a general notice and/or reminder for those of you on the LinkedIn
>> network that the National Information Security Group (NAISG) maintains a
>> group on the LinkedIn network and welcomes your membership.
>>
>> Membership in the group is moderated, however. It is not open to those
>> with no relation to security or who just want to join every group in the
>> world, nor is it open to recruiters looking for names/addresses for their
>> database. If you would like to join, please feel free to do so at
>> http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/43269.
>>
>> Also, please check out our Web site at http://www.naisg.org. We maintain
>> chapters around the world, many of which just formed over the past few
>> months, and membership is ALWAYS free. Global membership as of today is
>> approximately 1,400. Please feel free to join one of our chapters or our
>> TechTips email list. (And we're always looking for qualified leaders to
>> form new chapters in your area.)
>>
>> NAISG presentations are vendor-neutral. We do not favor any single
>> vendor
>> or solution. Topics may be technical or more issues-focused. As an
>> example, this October the Boston (Massachusetts, USA) chapter will
>> feature
>> a presentation by the United States Secret Service on its electronic
>> crimes task force.
>>
>> Hope to see you there...
>>
>> Yours,
>> Brad Dinerman
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> ___________________________________________
>> Bradley J. Dinerman, President
>> National Information Security Group (NAISG)
>> Microsoft MVP (Enterprise Security)
>> Certified SonicWALL Security Administrator
>> Certified 3Com IP Telephony Expert
>> Web: http://www.naisg.org
>> Blog: http://www.naisg.org/blogs/tqg
>>
 
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