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    Thumbs up -Everything you always wanted to ask a hiring manager, but were afraid to ask!

    I thought this video looked cool. I didn't get a chance to watch all of it yet.
    Everything you always wanted to ask a hiring manager, but were afraid to ask!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GATKZZGy2-g


    Mike Spaulding
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    Heading into an interview and have a nervous feeling? Fear not! We will be discussing the etiquette and nuisances with landing that next big job. Key Topics: Resumes Do's and Don'ts - Resume Failures - LinkedIn Profile Mistakes Interview Tactics - How to become 'Comfortably Numb' - How to remain Balanced in an Unbalanced Situation Using OSINT to gain a competitive advantage - Know your adversary, know yourself! Typical Analyst Questions Typical Engineer Questions Typical Architect Questions Why you should not become a manager! - Seriously, why would you ever want to become a manager?!?!?! After the interview, what are the next steps?

    Mike Spaulding is an experienced information security professional and leader. With over 20 years of experience in information security, his expertise includes the best of breed vendors in the SIEM and Next Generation Firewall markets. During his consulting years, Mike focused on configuring and deploying these technologies in large global environments. Within his most recent roles, he has provided both technical expertise, along with vision, planning, and mentoring to staff within his organizations to ensure that current and future professionals are prepared to handle the changing infosec landscape ahead.
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    I skimmed through the presentation and it has great content. It’s stuff that should be universally known but for some reason a lot of people can’t figure out. I particularly liked the “are you willing to work on infosec knowledge building outside buisness hours” question. I see people hesitate with this all the time.

    I gave him +10 points for the My Little Pony resume example and then took away 15 points because he put zero effoert designing the rest of the slides.
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