Panther’s Slack Community is a place to connect with security experts, share content for use in Panther, and learn from Panther users. If you’d like to join, please click here. If you’re already a member, please head to https://panthercommunity.slack.com.
Please read the guidelines for participating below.
- Be kind and treat your fellow community members with respect. Do not use harmful or vulgar language in your messages.
- Please keep discussion in most community channels related to security topics, using Panther, and sharing pertinent information like detection content. The #random channel can be used for just about anything else.
- Do not share sensitive information in your posts in the Panther Community or in direct messages to other users. Sharing things like detection code and IOCs is allowed, but avoid sharing things like internal IP addresses, emails, usernames, or other sensitive data in alert excerpts and similar contexts.
- When sharing threat intelligence, always clearly indicate the Traffic Light Protocol (TLP) associated with the IOC(s). Do not share TLP Red or Amber information in this community.
- Be cognizant of other community members’ time—they might have different working hours than you.
- If you have a support request, please raise it in your private customer channel with Panther. Panther’s support team will not be actively monitoring this channel for support requests.
- The community is a space for security practitioners and similar professionals and enthusiasts. Panther’s community team reserves the right to deny access to people seeking to use the community for sales or other purposes we deem to be at odds with the community’s intended purpose.
We may remove or modify posts containing sensitive information or posts that are offensive or contain harmful content. We may deactivate accounts belonging to users who violate our guidelines.