In order to ensure that these problems were not exclusive to me, I recently had a lengthy discussion with a number of InfoSec professionals involved in hiring thank you! If these images are hard to view on your phone or at a specific resolution, you may click them to view them full screen. And now although I have a more technical role, I am often on interview panels IT, but not infosec specifically. All of which is to say: this is excellent advice, Lesley, and not just for infosec. Like Liked by 1 person.
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An information security analyst is responsible for protecting the computer network of an organization or government agency from cyber threats. He or she creates, maintains, and controls security measures to make sure computer networks are regulated and monitored. As security threats to businesses and government agencies increase, the information security analyst role is becoming increasingly important.
But when was the last time you invested even just a few hours of your time to working on developing your information security career in truly meaningful way? Technologies are advancing rapidly, and there is good reason to always be learning new tech skills but if you strip away the revolving technologies from what you do, there you are. Infosec skills are essential, but so are YOU!