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Read Our Recent Papers? Please Provide Feedback!

by Anton Chuvakin  |  March 21, 2017  |  3 Comments

This post is of interest to paying Gartner GTP clients only (details on how to become one)

Short version: If you read any of our recent Gartner GTP security papers, you now have a way to provide detailed feedback on the paper, beyond just giving it a 1-5 score at g.com. For example, my recent papers can be found here (and with more details here). To provide feedback and comments, go here!

Additional details: One of the challenges we face is that we update a lot of deep content (like how to IR or how to TI or how to SOC?) and it is not always clear to us what specific updates are relevant to clients as time goes on. Sure, we have A LOT of data on what clients are asking about, but almost no data on the usage of our papers in real security practrice. This new feedback method is our way to collect more information to make our papers and reseach more useful to you!

My partner in crime for this experiment is Patrick Hevesi – please find his papers here (such as how to CISO and what is MTD?) and review them as well.

Thanks a lot for your help!

P.S. And, no, sadly we cannot give you free access to papers in exchange for your feedback! :-(

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Anton Chuvakin
Research VP and Distinguished Analyst
5+ years with Gartner
17 years IT industry

Anton Chuvakin is a Research VP and Distinguished Analyst at Gartner's GTP Security and Risk Management group. Before Mr. Chuvakin joined Gartner, his job responsibilities included security product management, evangelist… Read Full Bio


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  1. Troll says:

    Can you give free access to papers in exchange for your feedback?

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