The Microsoft Security Experts Discussion Space: Your Gateway to Knowledge Sharing

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We're excited to spotlight our Microsoft Security Experts Discussion Space—a dedicated community designed for cybersecurity practitioners to connect, share insights, and learn together. As we embark on this journey, we want to provide some tips on how you can kickstart and actively participate in discussions, fostering a vibrant and collaborative community of practice.


Getting Started: Tips for Users


  1. Explore Community Topics: Engage in discussions on a variety of topics, such as delving into Defender Experts features, crafting advanced hunting queries, or leveraging Graph API for automation. These are just starting points—feel free to suggest and explore your own areas of interest.
  2. Ask Questions: Don't hesitate to ask questions, whether you're a beginner seeking guidance or an expert looking for a fresh perspective. Our community is here to help.

  3. Share Your Expertise: If you have experience in a particular area, share your insights and tips. Your knowledge can be incredibly valuable to others.

  4. Engage in Conversations: Participate in ongoing discussions by providing feedback, sharing your experiences, or offering alternative viewpoints. Engaging with others is key to building a thriving community.


Let's Get the Conversation Going!

To kick things off, we invite you to check out our most recent thread regarding Sentinel Automation based on Defender Experts Notifications (DENs). This community is a space for collaboration, and your input shapes its growth. Remember, a vibrant community is built on active participation. So, let's ignite conversations, share knowledge, and make this tech community a hub of inspiration and expertise!

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