May 10th, 2003, 01:10 AM
New Forum on Operations Security
...or risk management I think would be good additions and might help this site appeal to more people outside of the admin/engineer realms of computer security as well as helping people in those areas who may be managing their own environments a good source of information. These two areas represent two of the CISSP domains as well, which are currently not reflected on this site, yet are thematically cohesive with the rest of the material presented here.
I assume that who ever makes the decisions on added new forums is at least somewhat versed on these two realms so I'll spare all the boring description.
May 10th, 2003, 03:13 AM
Sounds like a good idea. CISSP seems to be a very common security certification so it would make sense to have forums for each of the CBK's.
There is a lot of stuff that I have put in Miscellaneous Security for lack of a better home that maybe should have forums if there are enough threads out there to warrant it.
May 11th, 2003, 08:28 AM
I saw that there are a few scattered posts on the subject (as well as others not represented by a forum.) I think all the CBKs could be good, but how to do it effectively is the question. If each were to have its own subforum I think each would need a tutorial and some other associated docs, if that is unavilable perhaps just a single generic CISSP forum? I don't know enough about this message board system, but it there was some way to limit who can reply to a post without limiting who can create a new post that might be a plus as well to ensure high assurance answers. Again i don't know how finely grained the security architecture is here...
just some thoughts.