Fresh Look: www.sun.com/security

A few months ago, blogs.sun.com/security started off in a new direction. The goal was to provide a large and highly visible stage for anyone within Sun who wanted to share their thoughts about security. Per the announcement:

If you are member of the Sun security community, and if you have something to say, where do you go to talk about the whole panoply of security? To where should you direct your voice? The answer, now, is here, blogs.sun.com/security.

The goal of this effort was simple. It enabled Sun's security community to:

provide a point of consolidation, where people can find postings and feeds pertinent to their preferred topics - Security Alerts, Tips, New Products, Announcements of "Pertinent Stuff" internal and external to Sun - where you can find personally written content with a high signal-to-noise ratio, and where you can have conversations through comments, cross-linking, providing the immediacy which is a cornerstone of the modern web.

A lot of great content has been shared in this forum and across blogs.sun.com since that posting. In addition, the announcement said that:

Over the coming weeks there will be evolution and change, and you'll be hearing from real Sun people with real interest in security.

Well, it was more than just a few weeks, but it is certainly in this spirit that I am happy to announce the newly updated security landing page at www.sun.com/security. This page has been revamped by real Sun people with real interest in security and this is just the beginning. We will be bringing you fresh news and content on a regular basis, will be working to update the rest of the security pages in the very near future, and will be working towards even closer integration with blogs.sun.com/security.

For Sun employees, if you want your security postings to be visible on www.sun.com/security, you need only to tag your blog posting with the keyword security.

Check it out and let us know what you think!

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