You haven’t seen a Security Recruiter Blog in a few days because I’ve been really busy from early in the morning to late at night for several days. I was invited back to ISSA-LA where I first spoke in September of 2011 to deliver a career development workshop along with a presentation in which I facilitated a very interesting discussion between the members of the Los Angeles CISO forum.
I got to hang out with really smart people from many different industries who taught me about the challenges and opportunities they face every day as CISOs and security practitioners
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