A new place to chat about security threats

Filed Under: Security threats

Speech bubble. Image courtesy of Shutterstock.Last week Sophos launched its new Threat Awareness Forum - a place to discuss anything to do with computer security.

It's somewhere to share your own personal experience of security threats and cyber attacks. Whether it's about malware, spam, potentially unwanted applications or anything else that’s out there and seeking to compromise security, any topic is welcome.

You can use the forum to ask other people for help, make comments and offer advice.

It's not just for Sophos customers, it's open to anyone with an interest in computer threats. The experts in SophosLabs will be taking part as well, answering questions and giving advice.

But if you are a Sophos customer, the support teams will be hanging out in the forum too, in case you have any questions or need help.

The Threat Awareness Forum is open to all. Anyone can read the posts on the forum, but you need to be registered to post yourself. If you’re an existing SophosTalk member, you're already registered.

So why not contribute to the conversation?

Image of speech bubble courtesy of Shutterstock.

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2 Responses to A new place to chat about security threats

  1. Neo · 803 days ago

    first - thank you for creating this forum.
    second - ick! why don't you use proper forum software instead of this one paged ugly flow of questions? please consider switching to something more pleasing to the eye and to the mind.

  2. I'm being harassed by a page with one "like" and I cannot block it. I have already reported it and nothing seems to be done. What can I do?

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