LinkedIn is the premier place for enterprise technology professionals to gather, connect with one another, share ideas, and network. If you’re a network security engineer, or you’re just looking for additional insights into what the smartest in the industry are talking about, network security LinkedIn professional groups are a great place to start. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of the top nine forums to join to discover new insights, best practices and learn which software tools the experts are using in their daily operations.
CompTIA A+, Security+, Network+
“This group is for any professional who have achieved Comptia certification status of A+, Security+, and Network+ certified individuals.”
Enterprise Network Security
“Welcome to the Enterprise Network Security Group. This is a place to explore what is going on in the Enterprise Network Security world. Whether you are a network admin or a marketer, this forum is open for those wanting to discuss everything from architecture to analysts. Our goal is to provide a spam-free open forum for those wanting to discuss emerging trends and research. Ask tough questions and get actionable answers.”
Information Security Careers Network (ISCN)
“At ISCN our mission is simple – to help you to further your knowledge in order to develop your career in Cyber Security. With the largest group on LinkedIn dedicated specifically to this purpose, ISCN is able to provide you – our members – with discounts on some of the most popular cybersecurity training courses and certifications. These include current offers on CEH, CISSP, Security+, CCISO and more.”
Information Security Network
“This group is simply dedicated to information security professionals who want to network with other information security professionals.”
IT — Audit & Network Security
“This group is for IT professionals and people interested in keeping up to date regarding networks and network security, latest IT audit tools and vulnerability scanners. Active participation in discussions from all members is encouraged. IT – Audit & Network Security is a good source for IT security solutions.”
Network Security Community
“The Network Security Community was created and designed for like-minded professionals with a significant interest in developing, enhancing and sharing their knowledge across the broader areas of Network Security. As we all know security is becoming crucially more relevant as we move rapidly into the new digital age, it is therefore our aim to provide all members the opportunity upskill and take advantage of multiple training courses, online webinars, seminars, connecting with thought leaders and sharing best practice.”
Network Security — IPS and NAC
“This group is for for seasoned professionals specializing in Network Security (IPS and NAC). This will be the place to discuss Network Secutity (Products, Solutions, Forecasts, Innovations, Queries, etc).”
Network Security, Management and Monitoring
“Our mission is to provide a resource for people who want to learn more about managing and securing networks. Meet and share ideas with people who love working with networking technology. Learn how to understand what is happening on your network and provide secure communication without sacrificing productivity. Whether you are a network architect who builds and runs networks or an IT executive looking for ways to improve the quality and security of your network this is the place for you. The members of our group believe that network technology isn’t something to be scared of, and can be one of the biggest assets organizations have with the right security strategies to manage risk. Share your ideas with other network engineers and managers to learn how to improve your network.”
Security Experts — A Global Group
“A global LinkedIn security group for everyone within the security industry: Since 2008, it has become one of the most influential, and greatest physical security & security technology group on LinkedIn.”
There you have it, the top nine LinkedIn groups for network security professionals. Join the discussion!
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