Two High Probability Paths To Your First Cyber Security Job

  • Great candidates demonstrate their ability to think critically about issues and define issues in a useful way before they begin to look for solutions
  • Great candidates demonstrate that they are self-motivated and have a strong desire to learn new things as well as show that they can apply sound and diverse judgment gained from a wide range of previous experiences, even if from outside of information security
  • Great candidates focus more on developing and sharing strongly held infosec opinions in non-toxic way that can change with new facts and experiences and puts team success over their own individual egos
  • Info security internships.
  • Volunteer work with a non-profit.

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Tony Grey * CISO for an insurance company * grew team from 3 to 22 * led large software teams at Microsoft * blogs about cyber leadership & program development

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Tony Grey * CISO for an insurance company * grew team from 3 to 22 * led large software teams at Microsoft * blogs about cyber leadership & program development

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