Community Welcome and Guidelines
Welcome guidelines and introductions.
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Welcome to the communityHi everyone 👋🏼! If you’re here it’s because you want to build better cloud security — alongside all your peers. We’re excited to have you and look forward to some great discussions. This is the perfect time to introduce yourself and offer up a fun fact. Don’t be shy — it will help you connect with others, I promise. Happy hunting and happy connecting!
Guidelines for Community MembersOur Community is a network of real people who are passionate about cloud security. It strives to be a place where members will:Discuss product questions, best practices, solutions and workarounds Share product feedback and have your ideas acknowledged and implemented regularly Connect with peers through discussion, build rapport on the Community, and gain valuable information during hosted events Feel appreciated for their contributions and help othersWe invite you to participate, but we do have a few guidelines for using the Community.Community ProfilesWhen creating your account, be sure to use your work email address. You can add a personal email address as a secondary option, but a work email helps us to identify which company you work with. Including a secondary email address will help you maintain access to your profile if you change companies later.As we all live in a cloud security world, it is not necessary to use your real name or your company i
Welcome to the Lacework community!Lacework’s community is a place for customers and others interested in cloud security to share their experiences and ask questions.The Discussions section is a nexus of questions and answers about cloud security, often through the lens of a Lacework experience. Need to see how Lacework was implemented in an environment or segment similar to yours? This is the place to find peers and learnings. The Knowledge Base section of the Community is an area for customers only that provides important documentation about frequently surfaced questions. This section allows for customers to get quick answers to common questions on implementation, regular use cases, and other scenarios often seen by the support team. How-to Guides are penned by the Customer Success team and provide comprehensive walkthroughs of core Lacework functionalityFor those of you in the cloud security industry, this community is built to weave a stronger fabric of peer support and education ac
As in many online communities, users in the Lacework community earn points based on how they contribute. Contributors earn:30 points for providing an answer to a question 5 points for posting a reply 2 points for receiving a like or a vote 1 point for giving a like or upvoting an idea 15 points for creating a topicRanks are loosely designed to show how contributors participate in the community.Participants have no points and have made no contribution to the site -- but have at least logged in. Contributors have logged in at least five times, have at least 50 points, have replied to 5 topics, created 1 topic and provided 1 answer. Expert Contributors: have logged in at least 50 times, have at least 100 points, have replied to 25 topics, have started 5 topics and provided 10 answers.Badges are also awarded when users reach milestones in their community journey. Available badges include:OG: Earliest users who shape the Community Early Adopter: First 100 users with contributions in the Co