To be considered a respected Information Security Professional nowadays requires more than just knowing the bits or bytes, or the controls required by a given framework by heart. Being successful in your Information Security career requires you to have a deep understanding of the business needs (and how to enable, not disrupt them), sharp communication […]
Dear readers, I have 18 more Google Wave invitations to share with you. Like last time, a raffle will be the way to go! Just enter your e-mail at the box on the right hand side of the page (Be First to Hear of New Jobs) and cross your fingers! The raffle will take place […]
Sometime ago I posted a question on LinkedIn and an article here about the benefits of being graduated in Infosec. The topic generated almost a hundred replies, and the discussion quickly changed to “How to start an Information Security Career?” Pages: 1 2
Who doesn’t want to learn from the masters? In this article, My Infosec Job shares what we learned from Peter H. Gregory, security guru and author of more than 20 books in the field including: CISSP for Dummies, CISA All-in-One Guide , among others. We asked pointed questions about his Information Security career as well for tips […]
Hi everyone, Below I share a bit of my personal experience (and also of my close colleagues) that should help you put together your personal strategy to land a job in this challenging field. So get yourself ready, leave your comfort zone and let’s make our career resolutions come true!
Its been a long year for security professionals fire fighting against the variants of ‘Conficker/Downadup’. The aftermath of the one of the worst worms of the decade forced new organizations to come up with effective incident management procedures including Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), patch management policy and many more. For new IT firms this […]