Looking to connect with others and become a mentor or mentee to another cybersecurity professional?
Comment here to connect with others on this platform with your area of expertise and if you are a mentee looking for a mentor to help you grow your career or you are offering your time to help mentor others.
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I'm probably interested in either role, since I enjoy talking with others, either professionally or just in my local community.
I've worked in IT and Security for 12+ years, but mostly for mid-sized firms, mainly in Healthcare and Manufacturing. I just received my official CISSP certification confirmation email today, but I'm always trying to learn from those around me, regardless of age and work experience background.
While I'm searching for my next role (or even after I start working FT), I'd be happy to either provide feedback to others, or to just share notes w/ anyone else in transition.
I´m student in cybersecurity professional nowadays living in Finland, but I was working like psychologist along 10 years in different areas of Psychology in Brazil. A punctual, social, friendly and responsible person, ready for new challenges in the field of working life. I´m looking for a mentor to help me grow my career at time of afternoon/night.
We have mentorship programs set up through some of our chapters. I'm going to pass along your information to our chapter team and they will reach out to you for next steps in becoming more involved in a mentorship program.
Hi Friends. After a 30-year career in math education, I am transitioning to cybersecurity. I have Security+, Associate of (ISC)2, and GSEC certs, but breaking in without experience has been challenging. Translation: I've faced a lot of rejection. My friends at (ISC)2 Alamo have helped me hone my resume and introduced me to people. I'm applying, interviewing, and continuing along a steep learning curve.
I'd really appreciate a mentor. Having built a career before, I'm enjoying the accelerated learning curve. I could use help though. 🙂