We celebrated love this week. Millions of people throughout the world observed Valentine's Day, giving acknowledgement and attention wherever due or desired. We echo the sentiment here in the Live Community with a resounding community rally of 'We too!' While still swooning in the aftermath of the observance, we boldly seized the day, with its unchecked outpouring of Valentinesqe accoutrements -- like appreciation, admiration, assistance, cooperation, gratitude, open source, respect, reciprocity and more -- to recount how we really feel about you and community:
We love our members
We love your participation
We love your discussions
We love networking
We love sharing knowledge
We love security
We love prevention
We love protection
We love helping each other
We love community
You are the heart of the community, the enduring object of our affection, attention, and the very purpose of our being. We are empty without you, crippled and compromised in carrying out the important work we do together. We must have you. For only when we are enriched and empowered by your presence and participation, can we continue to meet the evolving challenges of cybersecurity everywhere. And we do mean everywhere, because wherever you are is where we need to be: in the cloud, on your network, in your data center, with your SaaS apps, your users, your downtrodden and uplifted all. For we are one formidable foe against those who would even try to separate us, as we only have eyes...and ears...for you.
We take pride in knowing that we can't do this alone. We thrive on your feedback, we seek out your questions. You direct our path, our development, and to a large extent, our direction. You determine what's important based on what you need. We need each other -- it's reciprocal and wonderful like that. So let's keep doing what we do, informing each other, always landing on the good side of our shared legacy. And let's continue this commitment, dedication, and passion -- this true and requited love, for all we do -- together.
Now let's see what else is brewin' this week --
INDIVIDUAL & IRRESISTIBLE BLOGS BY JOE, TOM & KIM
Joe, Tom, and Kim, our experienced, committed, dedicated, passionate, and super-smart Live Community Solutions Engineers, are busy brewing up great blogs for you -- awesome stuff -- every week. Keep an eye out for their creative outpourings, bookmark the page, and follow your favorite engineers as they brain dump (really good brain matter in there) the blog of their choice. Got a question for them? Ask away, and don't be surprised to find your answer as the topic of the next blog. Here's what those brainiacs have brewed up this week:
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Tweets of the Week · The @CyberAlliance is now a formal not-for-profit with a president & new members! @MarkatPANW shares details: http://bit.ly/2kqa8jO · Part 4 of #Unit42’s “Exploring the Cybercrime Underground” series dives into darknet markets http://bit.ly/2kYB5j0 · #Unit42's @r0bf4lc analyzes Sofacy’s XAgent macOS Tool: http://bit.ly/2lNd3VL · .@daniellekrizcyb shares 3 ways to keep your business out of the data breach headlines http://bit.ly/2l6IOcc via @thehill · Protect and defend your network with PAN-OS 8.0. Get the technical documentation for this colossal release. http://bit.ly/2lO1622
LinkedIn/Facebook/Google+ Posts · Palo Alto Networks, Fortinet, Intel Security, Symantec, Check Point, Cisco and many others are now part of the Cyber Threat Alliance. See what they’re doing and why it’s so important. http://bit.ly/2kqa8jO · Part 4 of Unit 42’s “Exploring the Cybercrime Underground” series dives into darknet markets http://bit.ly/2kYB5j0 · Unit 42 analyzes Sofacy’s XAgent macOS Tool: http://bit.ly/2lNd3VL