Security pros are expected to head off tomorrow for Olympia in London for the Information Security 2007 trade show. As usual, ZDNet will be doing a whole lot of coverage--stories, video, news blogs. This time, we'd like to add the feedback of ZDNet members to the mix--after all, you are the folks who grapple with security problems and products in the real world.
We've set up a group blog called Sentry Posts that will feature contributions from ZDNet staff and members alike. It'll be highlighted in our InfoSec special coverage, but it's a separate entity with a life of its own that will live on after the show has ended. We've set it up as place where you can share your observations and experiences of security management tech.
We're pretty excited about these group blogs, which are just getting going. It's a big step in making it simple for you to exchange thoughts and ideas with like-minded members and with the edit team. Collectively, we all benefit: You share a little, you get back a lot.
At the moment, we have to manually give permission to blog to Sentry Posts. If you want to take part, drop me an internal message with a request to be added. Then you'll be able to get posting with your photos, your take on the keynotes, your vote for the best products on the show floor...