Welcome to the new and improved place for Rapid7 blogs!

Rapid7’s blogs aim to provide readers with pragmatic, down-to-earth information and advice to help you navigate the complexity and noise of the security landscape. We rely on, and greatly appreciate, the feedback and input of our community to help us identify what kinds of content and topics are most valuable. Thank you!

We’re constantly looking for ways we can improve the quality of our content and the experience for our users. To that end, in August 2017 we launched two new resources to provide a richer, more seamless experience across Rapid7’s web assets and information sources:

  • blog.rapid7.com is our platform for news, issues response and commentary, and research
  • help.rapid7.com offers a rich and constantly-updated knowledgebase, and a forum where you can ask questions

How can you get involved?

We value community perspectives, so we hope you’ll continue to offer frank, insightful comments in response to our blog posts.

We use Disqus to facilitate commenting and discussion on blog.rapid7.com articles. You won’t need your old community login to share your opinion: Disqus allows users to log in using email or major social platforms.

Please note: logins for the old Rapid7 Community site (pre-August 31st 2017) are no longer valid.

From deep-dive research to ad-hoc feedback, the community is our lifeblood. The entire Rapid7 team is excited (one might even say “pumped”) to share this next generation of community resources with you!

If you have any questions or concerns about the future of our blog and help site, please contact community [at] Rapid7 [dot] com.