[1:19] The pros and cons of group affiliation [9:45] Social media dominated at the extremes[20:20] Does diversity and inclusion training work? [29:00] How group affiliation impacts issues surrounding race and religion[38:15] Polarization and social mediaBooks and resources mentioned: The Power of Us Katherine Gehl podcast
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Wade and Alex welcome back Bob French as they break down historical party affiliations and subsequent stock market returns across Presidential, Senate, and Congressional Elections. Do general party themes contribute to positive returns? Are they consistent throughout time? Do unified or split branches work in the stock markets favor? Does it matter? **Register to attend our Retirement Income Challenge starting Monday, November 7th by visiting retirementresearcher.com/challenge** This episode is sponsored by Retirement Researcher https://retirementresearcher.com/. Download their free eBook, 8 Tips to Becoming A Retirement Income Investor at retirementresearcher.com/8tips
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A New Tactic to Sow Doubt in Elections: Question the Partisan Affiliations of Poll WorkersToday's LinksArticles: Washington Post - RNC seizes on political affiliations of poll workers in swing statesArizona Mirror - The RNC is suing Maricopa County for not hiring enough Republican election workersWashington Post - One charged, another sentenced for threatening election officialsThe Guardian - Republican push to recruit election deniers as poll workers causes alarmBrennan Center for Justice - Arizona Poll Workers: Rules and ConstraintsGroups Taking Action:Brennan Center for Justice, All Voting is Local, Arizona Democracy Resource Center, Native VoteYou're listening to the American Democracy Minute, keeping YOUR government by and for the people.The effort to sow doubt in American elections has a new front: Questioning the partisan affiliation of poll workers. Republican National Committee lawsuits just filed in Arizona, Michigan, and Nevada – all battleground states – claim that Republicans are underrepresented as poll workers. Chief election officials are calling it disinformation.The Washington Post and Arizona Mirror are reporting that the RNC filed suits in Maricopa County, Arizona, where the county elections board is four Republicans and one Democrat. The RNC says that the county used 712 Republicans and 857 Democrats as poll workers. They argue that the long hours required, which may include nights or weekends, make it difficult for Republicans to be involved in the process. RNC chair Ronna Romney McDaniel said in a social media post that Republicans were “shut out of the process.” Similar lawsuits have popped up in Nevada, and three cities in Michigan, each with the same approach. Chief election officials however, have not minced words. Maricopa County Supervisor Thomas Galvin, a Republican, called it a “lie,” and that he was, quote, “sick of grifters attacking AZ.” County officials told the Arizona Mirror that the week before primary election day, there were still 220 open poll worker positions. Threats by election deniers have contributed to those shortages. September 29th, an Iowa man was arrested for threatening to hang a Maricopa County election official. We have links to articles and groups taking action at AmericanDemocracyMinute.org. For the American Democracy Minute, I'm Brian Beihl.
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"A culture war is a cultural conflict between social groups and the struggle for dominance of their values, beliefs, and practices. It commonly refers to topics on which there is general societal disagreement and polarization in societal values. Its contemporary use refers to a social phenomenon in which multiple social groups, holding distinct values and ideologies, attempt to steer public policy in opposition to each other, thus a culture war now describes "hot button" or "polarizing" social issues in politics and public policy. These include wedge issues such as abortion, homosexuality, transgender rights, pornography, multiculturalism, racism, and other cultural conflicts based on values, morality, and lifestyle which are described as the major political cleavage. The term culture war is a loan translation (calque) of the German Kulturkampf ('culture struggle'). In German, Kulturkampf, a term coined by Rudolf Virchow, refers to the clash between cultural and religious groups in the campaign from 1871 to 1878 under Chancellor Otto von Bismarck of the German Empire against the influence of the Roman Catholic Church. The translation was printed in some American newspapers at the time." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
1/ Collectivités territoriales - « Grands livres budgétaires » d'un département : communicabilité des données hors « nom bénéficiaire » ou « objet liquidation » ! Sont communicables les fichiers de comptabilisation des titres de recettes et mandats de paiement émis par un département après suppression, au sein de chaque fichier, de l'ensemble des colonnes intitulées « nom bénéficiaire » ou « objet liquidation » Réf. : CE 9°-10° ch. réunies, 27 septembre 2022, n° 452614, mentionné aux tables du recueil Lebon N° Lexbase : A21378LQ Pour lire la brève : https://www.lexbase.fr/revue-juridique/88421230-edition-du-04-10-2022#article-482804 2/ Protection sociale - Affiliation à la MSA : la cour d'appel ne peut ajouter de conditions à celles déjà prévues par le législateur ! Selon l'article L. 311-1, alinéa 3, du Code rural et de la pêche maritime, pour la détermination des critères d'affiliation aux régimes de protection sociale des non-salariés et des salariés des professions agricoles, sont considérées comme agricoles les activités mentionnées respectivement aux articles L. 722-1 et L. 722-20. Il résulte de la combinaison des articles L. 722-1, 3°, et L. 722-3 de ce même Code, que le régime de protection sociale des non-salariés des professions agricoles est applicable aux personnes non-salariées occupées aux travaux forestiers et entreprises de travaux forestiers, et que sont considérés comme tels notamment les travaux d'élagage et de débroussaillement. Réf. : Cass. civ. 2, 22 septembre 2022, n° 21-12.481, F-B N° Lexbase : A25448KG Pour lire la brève : https://www.lexbase.fr/revue-juridique/88421230-edition-du-04-10-2022#article-482738 3/ Sûretés - Cautionnement notarié et possibilité de prévoir certaines caractéristiques de l'engagement dans un acte sous seing privé Aucun texte n'interdit aux parties de prévoir, dans l'acte notarié de cautionnement, que certaines caractéristiques de l'engagement de caution soient précisées dans un acte sous seing privé passé entre les mêmes parties. Dès lors, l'absence de cette mention manuscrite, à laquelle renvoyait l'acte notarié pour la détermination de la durée de l'engagement de caution, affecte la preuve de son étendue. Réf. : Cass. com., 21 septembre 2022, n° 21-13.024, F-D N° Lexbase : A89708KG Pour lire la brève : https://www.lexbase.fr/revue-juridique/88421230-edition-du-04-10-2022#article-482713 4/ Taxe sur la valeur ajoutée (TVA) - L'amende pour défaut d'autoliquidation de la TVA jugée conforme à la Constitution Le premier alinéa du 4 de l'article 1788 A du Code général des impôts, relatif à l'amende pour défaut de déclaration de la TVA exigible au titre d'une opération autoliquidée, est conforme à la Constitution. Réf. : Cons. const., décision n° 2022-1009 QPC, du 22 septembre 2022 N° Lexbase : A98038IW Pour lire la brève : https://www.lexbase.fr/revue-juridique/88421230-edition-du-04-10-2022#article-482769
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Selon l'article L. 311-1, alinéa 3, du Code rural et de la pêche maritime, pour la détermination des critères d'affiliation aux régimes de protection sociale des non-salariés et des salariés des professions agricoles, sont considérées comme agricoles les activités mentionnées respectivement aux articles L. 722-1 et L. 722-20. Il résulte de la combinaison des articles L. 722-1, 3°, et L. 722-3 de ce même Code, que le régime de protection sociale des non-salariés des professions agricoles est applicable aux personnes non-salariées occupées aux travaux forestiers et entreprises de travaux forestiers, et que sont considérés comme tels notamment les travaux d'élagage et de débroussaillement. Réf. : Cass. civ. 2, 22 septembre 2022, n° 21-12.481, F-B N° Lexbase : A25448KG Pour lire la brève : https://www.lexbase.fr/revue-juridique/88421230-edition-du-04-10-2022#article-482738
In this episode we close out our Convocation series and start a new series on the Dark Dimension – covering Dormmamu. First, we chronologically cover the character's comic book and […]
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In this episode we cover all of the news, spoilers, and stream reveals for Marvel Crisis Protocol around the newly announced Affiliation, Sentinels, and we cover the Sentinel MK4 and the Sentinel Prime MK4. We also cover the OP affiliation list changes, and talk HYRDA and SHIELD's new character roster updates. Fury's Finest is a podcast and resource devoted to the discussion of the tabletop game Marvel Crisis Protocol. ___________________________________ Fury's Finest is supported by our wonderful patrons on Patreon. If you would like to help the show go to patreon.com/furysfinest and pledge your support. Fury's Finest Patrons directly support the show and its growth by helping pay our monthly and annual fees, while contributing to future projects and endeavors. Fury's Finest is sponsored by Discount Games Inc, go to discountgamesinc.com for all of your Marvel: Crisis Protocol and miniature gaming needs. Check out our Fury's Finest apparel and merchandise on TeePublic. ___________________________________ Twitch I twitch.tv/furysfinest Twitter I @FurysFinestCast Instagram I @FurysFinest Facebook I Fury's Finest YouTube I Fury's Finest Apple Podcasts l Spotify l Google Podcasts ___________________________________ Thanks to Approaching Nirvana for our music. Help spread the word of our show. Subscribe, rate, and review! Send feedback, Marvel thoughts, and show inquires to FurysFinest@gmail.com Fury's Finest is hosted by Jesse Eakin and Chris Bruffett. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week Nate and Special Guest Will from House Party Protocol talk recommendations about building a roster for the Web Warriors for anyone new to the affiliation and some game plan tips. If you are in the US, shop at: https://warroomhobbies.com/index.html to help support the guild and use code: MCP2022 to save an additional 10% on any of your MCP purchases! If you are in the EU, shop at: http://www.tritex-games.co.uk/ to help support the guild and use code: TRITEXGGCP5 to save an additional 5% on any of your MCP purchases! You can also find Tritex Games on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/tritexgames/and on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/TritexGamesLtd If you would like to further support the channel directly go here to find out more: https://www.patreon.com/Thegamersguild If you have any questions send them here: email@example.com Or find me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/thegamersguild24
LEADERS ALIGN BY CORE VALUES AS THEIR PRIMARY AFFILIATION “Who a leader chooses for their inner circle will determine how far they can go in their leadership role. If you are in affiliation with someone or group of someone's because of a predefined grouping, especially a grouping or division crafted by society, you are at risk of failure and exposed to potential abuse or even harm. A leader must select their inner circle by commonality in their core values. Principle driven relationships have higher demands as well as expectations however they also produce stronger bonds. If you want affiliations which will serve you as you serve them in loyalty and integrity, choose based on core values NOT social labels.” J Loren Norris Watch the video or catch the episode Leading Leaders Podcast 9-19-22: http://www.jlorennorris.com/podcast/leaders-align-by-core-values-as-their-primary-affiliation Leading Leaders Podcast for Tell It Like It Is TV Become a Supporter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/j-loren-norris/message
This week Matthew, Josh, and Special Guest Mike from the DangerRoom talk recommendations about building a roster for the Samvengers for anyone new to the affiliation and some game plan tips. If you want to try out a list for yourself you can find the full rosters here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18X2SAOlb0VGm4BBVQhAacyT-edhVFFPORJb4g4WFze8/edit If you are in the US, shop at: https://warroomhobbies.com/index.html to help support the guild and use code: MCP2022 to save an additional 10% on any of your MCP purchases! If you are in the EU, shop at: http://www.tritex-games.co.uk/ to help support the guild and use code: TRITEXGGCP5 to save an additional 5% on any of your MCP purchases! You can also find Tritex Games on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/tritexgames/and on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/TritexGamesLtd If you would like to further support the channel directly go here to find out more: https://www.patreon.com/Thegamersguild If you have any questions send them here: firstname.lastname@example.org Or find me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/thegamersguild24
http://convocourses.com Hey, happy new year, everybody. This is a podcast for combo courses, and today we're gonna be talking about we got some, a few questions that, that have been asked of me. I've got a resume to go through. And I wanna talk to you guys about 20, 21 and what what I'm gonna be studying this year as a focus for like certifications or just sharpening my skill and some things that I would recommend that you look at too. Cause I think it's looking forward five years ahead. What I think is gonna happen as far as our industry is concerned, cyber security or data analysis and things like that. And so let's get started. So the first thing I wanna talk to you guys about is some of the things that I'm gonna study in 2021, the things that I think that are gonna be relevant going forward in the future. And let me just switch my screen here to show you the very first thing. that I wanna show you is blockchain technology. This is something I think that's gonna be more and more re relevant. If you've been watching the news, you've been seeing cryptocurrency going off the rails lately. And a lot of this technology the money is based on blockchain. And I don't think that this technology's going away. It has all the hallmarks of what I saw with cloud computing many years ago, and everybody kept talking about it and it just kept coming up over and over again. It's really the same trends I'm seeing where all these gigantic companies and all these giant organizations are really dipping their toe in a blockchain technology and very quickly what it is a basically it's a digital ledger. It's a distributed digital ledger that allows you to basic you, you can essentially you. , you don't have to have a middleman. It allows you to not have a middleman because there's something there's a, normally, if you like a, with a bank, for example, a bank is a middleman to your money. Your money is there. You have to go to the bank to get your money, but with a digital ledger, basically, essentially your money is out there on the web and distribute. It's all over the place it's distributed and encrypted so that you can access it. And it has it's a cure. It allows you to be anonymous and and it's something, it validates it so that you can't, you people can't say that they didn't make that a payment or could, or didn't get a payment. It's immutable. That's what that means. So the technology is emerging slowly but surely and not just cryptocurrency by the way, but also for things like logistics. And even voting can be done with the blockchain, many other things that we use every day can be used with blockchain technology. And so that's why I'm gonna be studying more on this the actual technology behind it as opposed to just cryptocurrency for the sake of making money and investments and things, that's a whole separate issue. Blockchain itself does much more than just money and essentially, like what, another thing that you should know about blockchain technology is that let me see Oracle starting to use it. Walmart is starting to use it and many different other organizations and governments are start. Dip their toe in this technology. And it looks a lot like what cloud technology was looking like about 10 years ago. All right. Another thing I'm gonna be studying very heavily is cyber threat intelligence. This is becoming much more important to anybody who does cyber security and what this is from a high level is it's. If you have a customer or if you have an org you're in an organization, either one and you're protecting someone's assets, their laptops, their servers, their information, their personnel, you're protecting their assets. Cyber threat intelligence is where you do recon to see if anyone is. Looking into trying to break into those assets and the way you would, one of the ways that you could do it is to have a cyber threat intelligence cyber threat intelligence system that goes out and checks the dark web checks the internet to see who's talking about your organization. Does anybody have your, the IPS of your organization or is anybody scanning your organization? So you're looking for where people are trying to get into your organization, a preemptive you're. You're doing preemptive checks to see if there's anyone trying to get into your systems. This is gonna be really more and more important as technology becomes even more important in our, in all of our lives. If you looked at the recent gigantic hacks that are going on, state sponsored hacks are happening. And the one of the ways to. to have some kind of defense against the state funded state sponsored actors is to actually do cyber threat intelligence. See if anybody has been CA casing the joint, scanning your network scanning and see if you have any vulnerabilities out there. So cyber threat intelligence is something I'm gonna really dive into this year, and that's gonna start off with with things like ethical hacking, and then I'm gonna get into cyber threat intelligence, cuz you gotta know a little bit about ethical hacking and stuff to actually know a deep, have a deeper understanding of what threat intelligence is. And another thing I'm gonna dive into this year and I've put it off way too long is cloud computing technology. And this is something I talk about a lot on this channel and it is just getting more and more important. Like it's not going away. It's just. it's really become a centerpiece of all of our lives whether you know it or not. If you've, if you watch Netflix, if you use Gmail, if you use Hotmail , if you, whatever you use, like most of these gigantic technologies are using cloud technologies on the back end. So it's just becoming more and more important. And me as a cyber security person, I need to know have a deeper understanding of what that is all about. So those are the things that I'm gonna study this year for 2021, and possibly get certifications in some of these technologies and actually it's become a required couple. Two of those things on that list that I just mentioned to you are, have become a requirement for the job that I work at, that I have to actually get a certification in 'em. So this is something that, that I'm definitely gonna do. And I think. These tell those three things are gonna become more and more important in the next five to 10 years. All right. Let me see if I got anything else. I see a few people watching me. If you guys have any questions, let me know. I'll give you guys time here. If anybody wants to chime in, I've got a few people who've asked me questions and a few people who've asked me to actually look at their resume. So I'm gonna actually do that. Let me see if I can find a good one to look at here. The first one I'm gonna look at is going to be from the, I changed the names, just so you know, change the names and the addresses and everything on there. So there's no need to worry about that. I'm gonna look at this resume right here. And what I like to do is I will. get, put my suggestions in there sometimes the resumes are so good. I don't really have much to say about it, but it's just like little tweaks and stuff of what I've done on my own personal resume to give them some, to give them some extra juice, some Google juice on that resume and my mindset is that I market myself. And so I encourage anybody, any of my students, anybody who follows me to do the same thing, you gotta market yourself. It's very important in this day and age, there's just so many people. And there's so many competitors out there for you. There's so many other eyeballs on other different resumes that you gotta put yourself. You gotta set yourself apart by advertising yourself, marketing yourself. Okay. So this is coming from Mike and he's in the DMV area and he is a senior assessment and authorization engineer. Okay. All right. I've never heard that. Title before, but that's good. If just one suggestion I would make here is if you're Mar if you're looking for a different job, I would, one of the things that I do is I put some more more common, a more common name out there. So this to me sounds like it's and I could be wrong here, but one of the things that he could do is say, he's a security, and I'm gonna read through the resume. This might change. I would suggest I'll just say suggestion is to have the title of this, be a security control assessor. And the reason why I would say that is because the security control assessor is a more common name for this type of work. But then I, this might be something I've not. I'm not familiar with authorization engineer, but it is just not something I've heard people use in my industry. So that's why I I would recommend they do this now. This is good. They put active top secret clearance. That's really, that's excellent. You, do you definitely wanna put any kind of clearances that you have here? Up top, because that's a very marketable thing to have that immediately eliminates 80% of the people who are gonna compete against you. So that's a very good thing to put on a resume. Let me see, I'm gonna read the top part of this qualification profile. This is pretty good to have, like whenever you're marketing yourself because places like LinkedIn will have an area where you can put stuff like this, but what I normally do is I take advantage of it by putting as many keyword as possible inside of this profile. You don't want it to just be flowery and sound good. You want it to hit 'em right in their teeth. You know what I mean? You want 'em to grab their attention immediately with a bunch of keywords. So they said concept and execution con concept to execution focus, systematic profe. I would not put any of this stuff in here. Okay. I'm just gonna, I'm just gonna suggest some things here. I'm just gonna suggest some stuff I'm gonna say. Now I'll have to read the, what I'll do is I'll read through the resume. I'll come back and fix this up, but it's just way too flowery for me. Like I would not, if I was reading this, I would just skip right by it cuz I want to know what they can do core competencies. These are good. But another thing that I do personally is I take this and I put it at the end, any kind of listing stuff like that. I put it at the end. Cuz it will get picked up by the search engines. That's the reason why I do it. But when I'm reading through it, I want to very quickly know know what their education is, cuz that's normally a show stopper or a show it gets the show on the road if they know, okay, this guy has a bachelor's degree. That's one of the requirements. He has a C I SM certification. That's one of our requirements. So you wanna very quickly have all the main things up here. Now this dude's actually got a great resume here. He's got some great set of skills. So another thing I do is I would put your top certification right up top, like this C S M I would say, is this top certification? I would say I would put it right up here. Not trying to brag or anything, but I am a CI SM. And maybe you put the number in there cuz this is gonna be. Guaranteed a requirement. That's gonna this certification right here can replace things like C I S P and some other large level high, sorry, large high level security certifications that that he has. And then the cast is also a really good one. But I think the C I SM is a better, has a, is better, is a higher level. It's more, no more people know about the C I S M I should say. Okay. So he's got a ethical hacker certification. That's also a good one. I would, that's another one you might wanna put up here as well. That's a very marketable certification, a lot of pen testers and hackers really look down upon the C, but I'm telling you it's very marketable cuz the corporations have not gotten the memo, the government and the corporations have not gotten the memo on, on how bad this certification is. So it's very, still very marketable. Yeah, I would put that on top. Let's see security plus. Okay. And some other stuff. All right. Let's keep going here. Scott. Cyber security professionals, Maryland. Oh, okay. Affiliation. I'll put this at the bottom. We wanna get to the meat. The meat is the actual experience. So I'm gonna take this, I'm gonna put this at the bottom. This is a great resume, by the way this is right at this point, all I'm doing is putting my own suggestions in here which he can take it with a grain of salt. Like I, it, this, he could leave it just how it is and it would still be fine cuz he's got so much good stuff in here. The only thing I would highly recommend changing is. this right here. Cause you want this to have impact. And this to me, expert at administering desktop printers, and this is not a good impact. This is not tip in my mind if I was reading this and I was trying to hire this guy, I'd be like, eh, whatever next I'm not trying to be mean or anything, but just keeping it real with you guys so that you guys don't do the same kind of stuff on your resume. No flowers, just straight facts keywords, stuff like that. Okay. Let's see. So job was at K force to current. All right. Top secret clearance. Let's see a C Splunk. Okay. This is actually really good stuff. Support all activities on as outlined in this 837, 1 37. Okay. All right. Not seeing a lot of impact. But I'm seeing lots of great keyword, so that's good support all outlined in. Okay. Review and analyze a and a as assessment and authorization. Security controls missed overlays experienced using administrative administration of EAs. Okay. So this guy, it sounds like he's like a is O but I'm not really sure what, cuz he names himself as a senior assessment authorization engineer. That sounds like an ISSO. So another suggestion I would make is to possibly or use IFSO information system security officer. and then I'll just tell 'em here. That senior, what I'm trying to get at is it's a senior assessment and authorization engineer is uncommon, is an uncommon title is an UN uncommon title. That's all I'm trying to say. So you wanna use like a common ti, if you're gonna put a title up here, it should be a title that people know about. And that also fuels your your Google juice, your keyword cuz the, and the thing, the reason why I emphasize on my courses and whenever I do these resume suggestions, these are my suggestions. I'm sure other people have way better ideas than me, but these are just my suggestions. The reason why I focus so much on keywords is because that's really what a lot of employers and a. Technical recruiters use as keywords re technical recruiters and the HR department. Who's looking for jobs and stuff. Typically they're not a technical person in your field every now and then a organization has the resources to cut some technical guys loose and say, Hey, go look through all these resumes and screen some people and have 'em come in. But typically what happens is your resources. is your guys on the ground. You need them to actually do work. You don't want them to go looking through a hundred resumes. You want them to be working on cloud stuff. You want them to be analyzing data. You want them to be doing their job. You're gonna have. So that's why, what organizations do is they have people who are not low level workers. It's not the right term, but. HR a screener from a whole, a third party organization, a third party company, they say, okay, look, here's our requirements. Please look through these hundreds and hundreds of different resumes and see if you can find us some good picks, just we gotta make sure that they have us and CSM. They have to be in information system, security officer and see the thing is when they say we want a system security officer, they're not gonna know what a senior assessment and authorization engineer is is that, does that make sense? So you wanna use the same language that people are using if everybody is using cyber security. The thing is I've been through a few iterations of this. So first iteration, when I went into security, Everybody called the information assurance, like if you were doing risk management framework, if you were doing certification and accreditation, that's what they called it. We were called either certification and accreditation engineers, or we were called information assurance officers, or we were called like this, just it's just an odd, that was like information AUR. What is that? What they meant was security. You're security guy who does paperwork essentially you're a compliance guy that would make more sense, but then it evolved from information assurance to what did they start calling it? It was information system security, then information assurance, and then they start calling cyber sec, cyber security engineer information. Change. And now the do D I think they are calling it like cyber surety or something like that. I don't, they keep changing the terminology, but you wanna keep up with the terminology people are using in this industry. So that way what words to use for those HR guys or those screeners who are who's, who are looking for all these resumes. And they're looking for that one keyword, they don't know what an information system security officer is. All they know is that the employer said, Hey, we want an information system. And if so make sure that's you get this person. And so you gotta use those keywords. Okay. I'm gonna get off my get off my soapbox here and I'm gonna continue going through some of these. Yeah. Tony, I see your message here. Let me just finish this. Getting through this resume. This resume does not look bad by the way. I've seen some really bad resumes. If you've been watching these for a while. I've been through a couple who were, that were really bad. This one's actually pretty good. It's got great keywords. My only main suggestion would be, I'd be really surprised if this doesn't get tons of offers. My only change would be to change this whole, this right here. This is just this just too much fluff. Just get to the what. Okay. Let me just give you an example of what I would write here. What I would do is I would say something like, cuz this guy has so much awesome skills. Let me just read through what he's done before. Let me see. And now analyze vulnerability data, multiple sources using a cast and Splunk. Okay. Here's what I would do. I don't know how many years of experience this person has, but I would start off with my years of experience. I would say it looks like he has years of experience. Look as a security analyst. Good Lord. Jesus. Why? What are you doing here? What I would I'm sorry guys. I'm just, I'm a little frustrated. Okay. I would say X years of cyber security analyst work using tools such as is Splunk. NEIS I don't know how to spell NEIS so he is gonna do a spell check NEIS. He said a castle that's NSUs you wanna use? NSUs that's a real good tool to have. And let's see, EMA wait and a grasp of No, not grasp, but we wanna emphasize how much skills this guy has. Cybersecurity analyst work using tools such as eight years of experience or whatever years, experience analyst work, using tools such as Splunk S with, okay. And okay, here we go. We'll say, and NEIS with a with solid experience. Implementing Risk management framework. And we want to get that keyword in there. RMF, I'm gonna say N 800 also key phrases with solid. Okay. Yeah. See, I would start off. I wanted someone hit 'em right in their mouth. I don't want them when they see my resume. They're gonna stop reading all other resumes when I'm done. That's your goal. You want them to stop on your resume and not read another resume? Okay. He, this dude got so much experience, like why is he saying all this fluff? That doesn't oh my God. Okay. So yeah, I would just hit him right in their mouth. Like I, okay. Then he wants to say. Have I have a active security clearance now you might be thinking, Bruce, why are you saying clearance over? He says it here already because we're using a different keyword. So up here, he said, active top secret clearance right here. We're saying active security clearance. It's a, there's a difference. And we gotta spell it by the way, there's a difference because it's a different key word. So somebody's looking for security clearance and they want you to have a they want you to have a security, a secret clearance instead of top secret clearance. They'll still see that you have a clearance period. They'll go, they'll be looking for a secret clearance. And they find a guy with an active top secret clearance. You know what I mean? So we wanna make the net as broad as possible. This dude's got so much incredible experience. That there's a lot to choose from here. I would put something like this in here. Okay. Okay. Watch this. So we wanna put more about his in information security officer experience. So we wanna put ISSO with years of experience. See how I can't spell. see. It's very important to do a spell check all right. Experience. If so with years of experience getting authorization to operate and with, for, and for multiple information systems. So I got a bunch of keyword in here. I got cybersecurity analyst. That's a keyword key phrase. We got Splunk. We got NEIS, we've got risk management framework. We've got N 800. We've got a O we just want to hit all the buttons. We don't want fluff. We don't. Oh, bilingual. This is a good one too. This is really good. And oh, by the way, I'm bilingual. Yeah. Super powerful. Bilingual opens up a ton more jobs for you. If more than one language, any language it's gonna open up other jobs for you. So that's just something that to keep in mind. All right. So that's it with that one. I I hope that that's helpful to, whoever's watching this the idea behind this is to get yourself in line with the market. that's the whole thing. And you need to do that. You need to tell people who you are. You gotta show people, Hey, here I am. That's what marketing is all about. So you wanna market yourself. That's the whole, that's my whole thought process. Okay. Tony says, Hey bro, I have about seven years of compliance experience and I'm bored to say the least I want to move into security engineering and architect roles. How do do you suggest I proceed? Wow. Tony that's I had the same experience. Like I, I had been doing it for I don't know, 12 years or something, and I just got so bored with it. It wasn't a challenge anymore for me, and I know that sounds ridiculous if you're getting paid and you're, you got a secure job, but you need some kind of a stimulation. I got into it cuz I love technology, and so I was doing this for like years and years compliance and I found myself losing my technical cuz I had technical skills and I started losing that because all I was doing was compliance stuff. So I know how you feel. So what I did was I I just jumped off a cliff man. Like I, and I don't recommend this to anybody, but this is what I did. I took a job doing something that I was really excited about. I was looking for another position I was in between jobs and I was looking for another position and somebody off had a job overseas. to do. They actually, it was risk management framework. I applied for that and I applied for another position they had for a system security analyst. I applied for the system security analyst and I didn't I of read about it. And it was talking about using Sims and talked about using tools like. McAfee EPO and IDSS and IPS. And I was excited. I'm like, oh man, this is so cool. I've never even some of the stuff I never even touched before. So I was really wanting to get into it. So what I did was I applied for that job, as well as the risk management frame, I was fully expecting them to look at my resume for risk management and be like, okay, this is our risk management guy. They didn't do that. They chose me for cyber security. They looked at all of my old technical skills and they were like, okay, this guy right here we really need somebody to do this work for cyber security analyst work. And they picked me up and they picked me up as a, like a junior cybersecurity analyst where I was learning I wasn't like the guy, the main guy on the floor. Doing everything. I was like, one of the people like learning different technologies and actually staring at a monitor, looking at the data, coming in, out of a network and analyzing, they taught me arc site. They taught me, which is a SIM kind of like Splunk, a little bit of Splunk. They taught us all these different tools, man. I had a blast, I'm learned so much stuff, but I had to learn, like I was like, I was fresh outta college. had to swallow my pride and I had to take, which I have no problem with, but I know that some older guys, especially if you've been in it for cyber security or it for a while some of us we've seen war zones and stuff, so it's like, why is this kid telling me what to do? But I didn't feel that way. I was like a kid. I was like a little kid learning like a wide-eyed little kid oh yeah. Really getting into it and. and then my work ethic kicked in and I learned everything. I could, I absorbed as much information like a sponge. And so I would, so that's what what you could do. You don't have to go to another country or anything. Like I did jump off a cliff or anything, but what you could do is just apply for a junior level security engineering and architect role to get your beak wet to get started but keep in mind, if you have seven years experience you can't come in the door with the chip on your shoulder oh yeah. I already know that I've done it for 15 years and throw your weight around or no, you gotta be like a little kid, and that's what I love about it is that I'm learning so many things like you can like right now, if somebody, if I went to a firewall role, even though I've touched them before I know how they work and stuff, I don't know how to configure a fire. I can't do that from scratch. Somebody would have to sit down and teach. Like from, they'd have to teach me from the ground up. Now I'd learn very quickly cuz I have all this experience and all these other tools and stuff, but you I'd have to be open minded and learn what they're teaching me and not come in there. Like I know everything and not knowing I have to come in there, like I'm an intern fresh outta college and I'm willing to learn from this Pierce person. Who's more than likely younger than me, so yeah, that's what I would do, Tony. I know how you feel. I felt the same thing many years ago, that path right there for the in terms of my career was a great move because now I have so many other doors and opportunities that have opened up over the years. And because I have this plethora of different experience that I can pick from I'm now a consultant. Like I can consult on all these different things. I've touched so many different technologies before, and I don't have to actually be an expert on each one, but I know the concept so well that I'm able to say, okay, I know how this works with this. And I can look at data and say, okay, this is what I'm seeing here but yeah what I would do if I was you Tony, and actually that's what I did in the past. And I know how you feel. All right. I got some other questions here that some folks have contacted me about and I'm gonna answer them. So let me show you guys what I'm seeing here. Let me show you what I am seeing all. So I've got a question. From my man. So Solomon H and he says I received a contingent offer for wait wait for security control assessor position. And I'm proc I'm in the process of getting my clearance. I don't have a background in risk management framework or any cyber security compliance. What advice can you give me? I'm relatively new in cyber security and only have one to two years experience as a system administrator. I know that my job will focus on security and privacy controls. As I look over the, as I look over the next 853 documentation. I've enrolled in your course. And so I can better understand an overview of how risk management framework works. Is there anything else that you can help me with or give me any kind of guidance? Yeah, actually I really can help with this. I would say that if you happen to be watching this, Sawman as a system administrator, if you guys out there are system administrators, you should know. And especially if you're trying to go into cyber security, you should know that actually you have many years of security experience. So if you have set up a server before and had to put the patches on that server, that security experience, if you've ever had to do some documentation on the system that you set up where you had to draw out a diagram, put that together and shop that around to the rest of the. The guys on on the staff you've, that's cyber security. That's a little taste of all of these different things are taste of cyber security. If you've ever had to help the compliance guys out and those guys that contact you and say, Hey, could you give me, could you give me a blurb or some documentation about what this security feature of the system is? Guess what that's, you've actually assisted with cyber security compliance. If you've ever put a secured software on the system, you put the software on there and then you had to update it. That's also cyber security, cuz you're updating the patches that could have been exploited by a threat actor so if you've ever put signatures on a system for anti-virus, that's also cyber security. If you've ever. Hard in a system like where, okay. Let's say that the, there is a password protection on there, but it doesn't have upper and lowercase and it doesn't have, it doesn't have password complexity, but you had to go on the back end of the server and ensure that the whole organization is enforcing password complexity or enforcing multifactor authentication or enforcing audit logs to be enabled for anybody who's failed, a failed login attempts or anything. All of those things. If you are a system, administrator are things that you could put on your, you should put on your resume as a cyber security person, cuz you have done cyber security. In fact, you have, I would argue you have done more cyber security than some. Have quote or quote unquote in cybersecurity who have not done any technical stuff. And all they do is policy. You've done more than them because you're go, you're now be able to go deep in policy and deep in technical, the technical side, your skills are very much needed in this field. Now you said that you're going into security control assessments. So this is security control assessors from my interactions with them and having done this myself. We, the, you need a team of people who can assess different aspects of an organization. Systems. What I mean by that is you're not just looking at documentation. You're not just looking at their security policy and saying, okay, looks like you've got you've guys have a policy in place, and it's been updated on this and that date. You're not just doing that. You're also ensuring that the organization is complying with their own security policies. And that means that you have to run things, do things like run scans, so you might have to Polish up on your ability to run a necess scan or a, I don't know, name, a name, a scanner. And you might have to know a little bit more about that, but I'm sure you'll pick that up pretty fast being a system administrator. So that's one thing yeah, learning the nest 800. 37 I would say is another place to look. But if you're taking my course that's gonna walk, that's gonna really touch on what you need to know for N 853 and N 837. It's gonna really touch on those things. And there's perspective of an information system, security officer. That course is actually really good for for se, especially if you're new to that work. Yeah, I hope that helps. That's a little bit of guidance for you if you're taking the course. If you happen to see this this video, Sawman any questions you have whatsoever, I actually are currently doing assessments for different organizations, so I can help you out with that. Okay. I've got another question here. And somebody said oh wait. Spade says do you offer any mentoring opportunities? Can you remind us of how. we could work with you concerning career guidance and resumes if possible. Yes. So spades, I get this questions like weekly now. I do not do mentoring because I have a full time job and I really enjoy what I'm doing with teaching online, or I really am getting into it. I'm starting to meet other people. I'm learning stuff from other instructors. I'm really excited about it. So I wanna spend my time doing that. But what I can do if you're interested is I've got a bunch of courses. Let me just show you what I'm talking about here. I've got a bunch of courses that you can sign up for. Some of this stuff is actually free. So what I do is I put out a course and I give a portion. a portion of it free, and some are just completely free. Some from scratch. If you're learning this from the beginning and you want to get into cyber security, then this is a free course for you to shows you what to actually focus on. It's six hours along, by the way. It's not, it didn't start off free but I felt like it's time to help more people out that really need it to get into this market. I've got something on resume marketing, like how I have been able to have a job since I got outta the military I've got so many opportunities all the time because of this meth method that I use, some of which I teach for free on YouTube, by the way, some of the stuff I tell you guys is in this course, but it's a breakdown. Let me just show you how extensive this is, this many hours of content and shows you, and you can use it as a reference. You don't have to go through line by line on all this stuff, but shows you what I do to. Have so much success in my career and continuously have offers from all different kinds of organizations and different industries related to cybersecurity. And then I've got a walkthrough of the risk management framework process from the perspective of an information system, security officer. I've got a deeper dive into that, of how to actually do the documentation piece and downloadable templates that you can use. And I'm sharing essentially my experience in this field so that you're not lost and you know where to go and how to upgrade yourself and how to make more income. Let's keep it real. This is about taking care of your family and taking care of your being, having some stability, financial stability. I'm talking about how I've been able to secure my life and my family using this career field. So that's what I'm talking about in there. And tons of it's free. So you should, at least you should sign up. Check out the free stuff. If you like it. Now, if you do sign up, I do answer any of your questions. You I'm gonna set up communities there. There's lots more to come in 20 21, 20 22, 20 23 plan to be in around for a long time and offering as much help as possible for people. My wife's calling me. Sorry, let me just turn that off real quick. Okay. So yeah. So yeah, I do not do mentoring just yet. Maybe I have a full time job. I love my job. I love, I know that's a weird thing to say, but I'm really having fun, like learning different things. And my, when I'm at work, I'm like really at work I don't have time to do anything else. I'm really doing stuff. And I'm doing, I'm just learning so much. I do have a discord channel if you have, if. Anytime you want to question have que, especially if you happen to be a member of the site, if you happen to be a paying member of the site, I'm gonna go outta my way to help you out in, in very deep ways stuff that I, we wouldn't be able to share on here, obviously if it's more personal or if it's more related to specific things at your job, then of course I'm not gonna make a video about that. So that's the kind of stuff that I do offer, and those are things that I can do on the weekends, like when I'm off work and things like that, and there might be a time when I'm on lunch or something, or just after work or whatever, I'm on, I'm off that day and I can call and we can have a I've talked to my students before on the phone, like we're just back and forth talking about stuff that's tailored to their life. But as far as mentoring on a regular basis, I would take it extremely seriously. And I just, I'm not ready. I don't have the time and the day to, to dedicate to that. To that. So yeah, so that's where we're at with that. Let me see thank you guys for watching. Appreciate everybody. I got another question that someone asked me. They said, let me switch this screen here so you can see what I'm seeing. They said, hello, Bruce. I'm interested in becoming an information system, security officer and was interested in your course and what guidance you can provide on what courses on your site I should start with. I was using Darrell Gibson, but I think he's a real popular security plus trainer, but I know the 5 0 1 expires on July 21st, 2021. What books should I get for the risk management framework for the cap? Okay. So first of all, I am. Developing a cap course. But that's not gonna be out for a while now, if you wanna know what book that I would use right now for the cap course, I can share that with you. I'm gonna bring that up real quick. The one that I think is a really good one, it's not cheap. And it's so expensive. I wanna apologize for how expensive it is. but there's no real op alternatives to this book that I've seen. There's there's just not a lot on the cap and that's why a lot of people follow me cuz there's, that's not a lot of people talking about risk management framework. And this is one of the few books that that are out there that I think are worth your time. I have this book and it's, and I'm reading through it and it's really good. As far as taking the cap, it's really good. I don't believe it's super practical. But I think it's a good book for the actual test. When I say practical, there's a difference between if you're an it guy this there's a difference between actually taking the test. There's a difference between taking the test and doing the work. And they're just two separate things. So that book right there is really good for the official guide to the cap. Common body of knowledge is a good book for taking the test. Cuz they're hitting all the objectives line by line, they're hitting objectives. So that's what you want in a good certification book. Objectives, if you didn't know, typically. What certifications I used to teach certifications. So what certifications do is they have different domains, right? Each domain has a different category, a broad category, like for example, C I S P has, I don't know, seven categories. I don't know if this should changed. I took it a long time ago, so I apologize for my ignorance. in advance. Yeah. And I'm a CI S P but the, it has say crypto crypto cryptography domain. And it has another one that's related to security compliance. Let's just use those as examples. So the cryptography one is gonna have different objectives that it's gonna hit. Like it's gonna have different things that they expect you to know. And those objectives will be different. From the security compliance domain, which will have its own objectives that go deeper into the details of the concepts behind that domain. And when you take the test, what they do is they stick to those objectives. So if you know the objectives very well, you should be able to pass the test. And if you don't pass the test, you should be able to take it the second time and pass it. So yeah, that's a good book. And and what was your other question part of your question? That's the book that I would recommend for the cap, and then you said, was interested in your course and guidance. Okay. So for the course, for my course, I would recommend if you're trying to get, become an ISSO, the book is not gonna be enough to become an ISSO. And this is the reason why I did, I started doing this online stuff is because. Nobody's really teaching this. It's just, I guess if you pay 3000 to somebody come out to your job and actually show you that way. Yeah. But no, there's just not a lot of courses that tell you, give your practical guidance on this stuff. If you are going into it for the first time, I would highly recommend risk management framework, information, security officer foundations, which tells you what you need to know. For the course. Not for cap, it's not focused on cap, but for the actual work for ISSO work. So if you want a free preview to see if this is worth your time, worth your money, then just go ahead and log in. And this first part is free. So there you go. And then there's just. Lots and lots of stuff on each one of the categories of the risk management framework process. So yeah it's good for somebody who's just starting out who wants to learn this for the first time and maybe you're an it person, but you're trying to get into risk management, but you are like, man, this I'm reading through the nest 837. It just doesn't make any sense. I'm speaking to you in plain English and translating by the time you're done with the course. When you read through 853, when you read through risk management framework, 37, you're gonna understand what they're saying. They just use a certain language that is just very cumbersome. I, myself, after years of this have to reread, sometimes I gotta read it over and over again. Cuz the language is not, they're not using every day speak like we're talking right now. It's just, they use all this different, these different words that you don't normally see. And so you're having to reread it. yeah. Okay. Answered those two questions and I got a few people talking to me. Let me see, let me read a few of those and somebody's messaging me. Let me just make sure that this is not something important real quick. Okay. All right. So it looks like I'm gonna have to end this session pretty soon. I got a honey do list to attend to. Okay. I'm gonna read through these as fast as I can. As fast as my dyslexic brain can allow me to process this information. okay. Says spade says I'm maybe five months into my first industry position as a tier one. Oh yeah. Tier one security operation center analyst. I guess I'm not exactly entry level, but I'm looking to make more, some more money. Yeah, I would. So one of the things that I did looking for a junior security analyst role. Oh, okay. So one of the things that I did that immediately made me more valuable and is there's certain certifications. Now, one of my courses actually talks about this, but I can mention a couple right now, the certain certifications that lend themselves to making more money, like just off the top of my head, a CIS S P certification. And then there's certain skills certain skills. Actually let me name a couple other certifications, any kind of professional level certification is going to get you more money. CI S P the CASP CI SM C I S a CCNP. Those are our professional level certifications, entry level security certifications would be like security plus and there's a few other ones, but okay, so those are certifications. And then for skills, if you're in a sock that would be seam, if Splunk, if arch site's not as hot anymore, but Splunk is super hot. If some of the IDSS on IPSS if you're deep in the firewalls if you can configure them hot if you're Palo, Alto's a hot one. But if you're it's security analyst works. So you're looking at more stuff. That's looking at logs. McAfee products NEIS is a good one. But the top ones right now is still on fire would be Splunk. Yeah, Splunk. And then another hot one, like it's getting more hot, I would say, would be cyber security. Cyber security, threat intelligence stuff is getting pretty hot. Cloud computing. If you know that one, like more and more organizations are using it. So they need people who know some of the vulnerabilities of cloud technology. What kind of gotchas that organizations fall into is another good thing to know. So those skill sets are immediately get you in another bracket of pay. I have to warn you though. Once you get to another bracket of pay, you gotta deal with the IRS, but that's a whole nother conversation. Okay. JJ says I got hit up for a cyber security risk management framework engineer, long term remote W2 contract position. I have no experience with the risk management framework. I'm guessing I got hit up because of my cyber security experience, clearance tips, and tricks. Do I have any tips and tricks for this? You okay. Do you said I have no risk management framework. Okay. So if you ha don't have any experience in it yeah, that's gonna be, I if you want the job I would talk to 'em about taking you on as a, as somebody who's learning it. Just be honest with them and say, no, I don't have experience with this, but I do have risk. I do have cybersecurity knowledge and I have read through the risk management framework, 853, I've read through 837. I'm familiar with it. I've worked with Compliance officers before I've worked with information system security officers before I've worked with security assessors before whichever one of those is true for you. If none of 'em are true, of course don't say that, but , if you, so the thing is if you have experienced from cyber security, you have an advantage in that the basic concept of security, which is to protect the CIA protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability. You can just tell them you have a very strong foundation, explain to them that you have a very found strong foundation in your respective cyber security role, and then build from there. So if you have a solid skill set in cyber security, even if you're a system administrator, just what you need to do is dig into your archives of all the times you've done. Implementation of security features on a system. I guarantee you have a solid set of skills, right? So with those skills, you wanna tell them, Hey, I know how to secure systems. I know what to look for. And by the way, I know the risk management framework process. I've not done it before, but I know it now, if you don't know it, go learn it. I have a course that you can go through, check that out that you can add, to be honest with you, you can probably just Google it and read through the risk management framework, 837. I would highly recommend my course because I'm telling you exactly what you're gonna see and what they're gonna say to you and what they're expecting. And I'd be willing to help you out. So just keep those kind of things in mind, tips and tricks. Number one. Build on what you already know as a cyber security person confidentiality, integrity, availability, you've secured systems of before, more than likely you've worked with assessors and auditors before, more than likely you've worked with compliance people before you've done documentation before you wanna highlight all of those skills that you already have, and then tell 'em Hey, another tip is to learn the risk management framework process. Learn it by my course. Go ahead and learn, read through it. Watch all the videos. You'll get a solid understanding of what the foundations of risk management framework are. Okay. I'm gonna move on to the next thing. I'm paid member at the first as a first timer. How do I get a job? Because most of the jobs are looking for five years of experience. So one of the things that I would highly recommend Cobi is to. Look for entry level positions. Okay. Entry level positions, you gotta start somewhere and that start is entry level. Okay. So let me just show you what I mean by that. It's very simple. If you go, if you could follow along with me, if you want go tod.com, this is just one site, by the way, I use this one all the time, cuz it's just so vanilla. It's so vanilla and so easy to understand and so straightforward that it's feel like it's a really good teaching tool. Okay. So first off here I am in indeed, indeed.com. You're gonna follow along with me. Okay. Put your location wherever you're from wherever you're from. Put that in there. Next thing put there's a couple things you can do here. You can put ISSO there's a ton of key words you can use for this job. ISSO entry level, none in this area. Okay. Let me search somewhere all over the United States. Wow. It's just really going to town here. All right. So look at this information system, security officer work, most of the jobs, if you happen to be on the east coast, you should know that you guys have all the jobs you guys have 70% of all the risk management framework jobs. I'm not even messing around with you, but yeah. So you notice how all of these are Virginia. You can find a job, especially if you have a clearance. There's a couple of things that you have. You may have an advantage. If you happen to live on the east coast, you have an advantage. If you happen to have a security clearance, watch this. If I put security clearance, if you have a security clearance, you have an advantage. Cause sometimes they're looking for a person with a security clearance and they're they just get desperate, cuz there's just not that many people who have it. So they'll actually pull you in and teach you if you have this. Now, if you don't have a security clearance, another thing is you got, you could be eligible. For a security clearance. Eligible means you are a a us citizen BLE. I cannot spell what the damn eligible. my first and only language and I can't spell eligible. Yeah. Now all I did was type in eligible and and they, it immediately knows I'm looking for eligible active. Oh wait, no, I'm looking for eligible. Security eligible for security clearance is what I'm looking for, but it's coming up with active duty okay. But a bunch of, so stuff came up eligible security clearance is what I'm looking for. Eligible security officer. Now these are physical security roles. Okay. Here we go. Principle means like you're a boss, so you don't want that. information security specialists in an airport. That's physical security. Okay. This is mixing a bunch of stuff up here. Eligible security clearance. Yeah, here we go. So if you're eligible for security clearance, if this is another another thing that's gonna make it so that you have a better chance of getting a job, the best thing you can have, of course, I'm not even gonna, I'm not gonna BSU is experience. There's no replacement for it, but how do you get experience if you don't have it? So you gotta go to entry level positions. Now, if you have zero. if you have no it experience that is different. If you have some, listen, let me just be very Frank with you. If you have some it experience, meaning you are a system administrator, you worked on databases, you worked on cryptography, you worked on, you have some it experience. You worked on workstations, whatever you have a very good chance of getting in, into risk management framework. Okay. You have a very good chance. If you have zero, it experience, meaning you've never held a role at a company or a university or a private or a government or anywhere that is different. That is different. And the reason why is because risk management framework and security is typically not entry level. It's not like literally walking the door and start flipping burgers. Okay. That's not that this is not that kind of a job. there's too much stuff at stake. There's too much trust that's involved. There's just, you're gonna be trusted with other people's information and assets. You're gonna be entrusted to know the secrets of that organization where the vulnerabilities are. You're gonna know where they are. They have to trust you. So for that, they need a professional who has something to lose. All right. That's why cyber security is typically not an entry level position. I'm sure somebody out there right now is watching this saying, Bruce, what are you talking about? I'm an entry level. I'm walking off the street and I'm a cyber security person. Okay. That's fine. But I'm just telling you typically, it's not something you walk off the street and you can do this. That's don't lose hope. Okay. If you don't have it experience, if you don't, if you've never done any of this stuff before, there's a couple things you can do. People contact me all the time and what the last time I did a couple weeks ago, somebody an educator contacted me and she said, Hey, Bruce I really wanna get into it. I want to be getting a risk management framework. I like what you're saying. It sounds cool to me. I wanna do it. She's an educator. She had a master's degree in education. She has very little or no it skills. And I said, Hey, you might wanna consider becoming a program manager, okay. Program managers work with it. They, and in some cases they have to know our, they gotta know what we're talking about. They have to know some of our jargon. They don't have to know how to configure a server. They don't have, they don't have to know how to stand up a Linux box. They don't have to know how to reduce threats on a. on a weapon system, they don't have to do all that, but what they do have to do is they have to have a certain level of maturity to manage a project and they have to have a certain level of technical know how with things like office so those are some of the things that you would, what I would suggest if you were trying to get in a high paying, very high, skilled, high paying job in it. One of the things you can do is get a parallel job, which is a project manager position. It pays six figures by the way. Okay. It's not a joke. It's no joke. Program management is no joke. You can actually, even without an it experience, you can get in there and you can make upwards of six figures. Look it up. Look it up. It's a damn good job. So yeah, number one, if you don't have any it experience at all, you gotta get it experience. You got, you have to, whether you're volunteering at your church, volunteering at your job. If let's say you're a system administrator you're a non system administrator. You're HR, you're in the HR department, right? You work with people's w two S and stuff. You wanna get an it, but you don't know what to do. You don't wanna do a program management work. You don't wanna do that. You wanna do it. Okay. Then you gotta start from the bottom. Imagine somebody walking in your job in your profession, off the streets, not knowing anything and wanting the keys to the castle. Okay. With cyber security. That's what we're talking about. You gotta, you, if you have no experience, you gotta get it. That means you gotta become, go to help desk entry level position is what I would suggest if you have zero it experience, but you wanna get technical. Yes. Go into, try to entry level positions, volunteer, do it for free. Cause that work that you're gonna put in for free fixing somebody's laptops at some corporation is not indentured servitude. It's. That you're building up experience. It's experience. You're slowly building up and putting on your resume, building up experience, putting it on your resume. Then that'll allow you to level up to another job, a higher level it job. You do that by the way, while you're working on your security. Plus, while you're working on your a plus certification, a entry level position with an entry level certification, then once you have those things, now we're talking about months and years worth of work. This is hard work. This is not something you walk off the street and then suddenly you do it. People are gonna entrust think, imagine your bank. Okay. LIS if you don't think it's fair, just imagine your bank, whatever, wherever you bank in the back, they have a security person who D who a cybersecurity person who has no experience, but they know where all the SU they know where all the vulnerabilities of the bank are. They know. Where the threats, they don't even know what threats are. They don't know what threats are, but they know there's vulnerabilities. They ran the scan. Do you want that person at your bank as a cyber security person who doesn't know what they're doing, who has no experience with it? No, you don't. So I, when you're talking about cyber security, you're talking about somebody who's entrusted with the keys to the castle. They have to have something at stake. And that means you have to put in the work as an it for me to you. If you're an it professional, if you are trying to get cyber security, like we ha we are entrusted with something, with a lot of information so you have to have something, you have to have some skin in the game. That means time. That means you, you invested your own time and money to get to the skill set and the skill level that you're at. And you're not willing to risk it by making a mistake or doing something stupid. And I everybody makes mistakes, but. As you get to learn how to troubleshoot as you get to learn how these systems work, how to do backups you begin to learn how to manage your own risk for your own profession. You manage the risk to yourself and ran, manage the risk to your organization and the risk to the organization's information. I hope that makes sense to everybody out there listening. Let me see. And I'm gonna, I gotta do a couple guys. I gotta get going here. I apologize for cutting this one short, but let me see. Can you get a ISSO job with a green card as a green card holder? That is a good question. Yes, you, you can, however There. Not, maybe not an it's gonna be harder to get an so job. Okay. But let me show you, let me show you my screen here. Let me show you how you can get a compliance job, a security compliance job with a green card. So there are security, cybersecurity jobs that have a public trust clearance. It's a type of clearance, public trust clearance. It's a type of clearance that doesn't require you to be a us citizen. If I'm not mistaken. Yeah, let me see, let me try this one here. And usually they'll say, Hey, you must be a us citizen. They'll tell you right on there. This one might not be, and it's not giving me that information. So this is a public trust. I think. but it's not okay. How about this? Let's do this. Let's just be straightforward here. Let's just say, watch this cyber security green card. They usually put GC as a green card, by the way. Let's see cloud strike. Let's look at this one. It will say in here. Yep. There you go. Right there. See this that's the keyword right there. See it says green card for clearance, us citizen or green card for clearance. There you go. That's what you wanna look for when you're looking for positions now, do they do this for ISLs? Let's see, let's just type in ISL. I don't, I've not seen a lot of green card holders be ISLs, but I could be wrong. Senior chemist, see that see is so usually in ISSOs working for a high level government agency and they require that you be a us citizen. So that's why you, I just don't I off the top of my head, I don't know if any ISSOs, but I know that there's actually, I take that back. So there's some corporations there's some corporations who do ISSO work and they will hire a green card holder. But what I would do if I were you, is I would just senior associate cyber risk. See I'm currently working in an organization that we have people from all over the world working with us. So I know for sure you can do cyber security, cyber risk in the us without being a us citizen. I know several people who that work on our team who are in that exact position, but are they ISSOs we're not doing those kinds of, we're not doing D O D type stuff. So let me see here. I'm looking for, did I just pass it? Yeah, it's in here must be a us citizen or green car holder. And most of these are gonna be, must be a us citizen, an our green car holder jobs. Yeah. We couldn't find an ISSO position. That's green card, but you can find. All right, guys. I have to go. I gotta get going here. Thank you so much for watching me. If you have any other questions, if you look in the description below, there'll be a place where you can actually join me all times of the day on holidays and weekends and stuff on discord, you have any kind of questions. I'll answer. 'em when I can also you can always email me. It's, cyberware 2020 gmail.com and we can talk about any kind, and I'll actually make a video sometimes about people ask me really great questions that I think could help many people. And you'd be surprised sometimes people ask me a question, but several other people ask me that exact same question. So I know it's something that is relevant and I know it's something that needs to be addressed. So then I'll just go ahead and make a whole video about it. All right, guys. Thank you for all your questions. Thanks a lot. Copy. If I didn't answer your question, please answer, ask me on discord in the linked description below spades. Thank you so much for that. I hope that's how you pronounce your name. Marcus, thank you for your comments. I did not get to your comments, but let, what I'll do is I will copy this and use this for another time. Another video. Thank you guys so much for watching. Join me on discord. If you have any, if you have a pressing question and we will talk.
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SMAFcast is live and di-rect from the 2022 Saber Light Summer Open tournament! Sifu Alan and Fode-san visit with Headmaster Courtney and Roland from Saber Light Knights, as well as Commander Tony from Aiken Saber Academy, in the flesh for the first time since 2019! We wrap up Saber Valhalla from the lobby of the Laughing Dragon Kung Fu School in Charlottesville, VA after the day's competitive festivities and feastings, and we hope you enjoy this group of vintaged warriors hanging their hilts up to share laughs and opinions over an old-timey-lookin'-a$$ microphone. Definitely one of our favorite SMAFcastings to date. Thank you for listening, and don't forget to SHARE! Want to apply for SMAF Affilition? Yes you do, it's easy: https://sabermartialarts.life/being-part-of-smaf (Apply for Affiliation with the Saber Martial Arts Foundation) Live within a day's drive of Ol' Virginny? Train with the best: https://saberlightknights.com (Saber Light Knights Official Site) Find Aiken, Phoenix, DESMA, and all SMAF Affiliate Schools here: https://sabermartialarts.life/sma-schools/ (Saber Martial Arts Foundation Affiliate Schools)
Dr. John Whyte is the Chief Medical Officer at WebMD. He is on a mission to share accurate health information in a world where finding reliable medical advice can be challenging. My Day | My Life is a bite-sized supplement to the Live Long and Master Aging podcast. We explore the lives of people who have, in one way or another, mastered the art of aging. Whether it be through diet, exercise, mindfulness, spirituality, nutraceutical interventions, social connections, generosity or fulfilling careers, we discover the essential elements to living life with purpose, and perhaps, longevity. Connect with John Whyte: Bio | WebMD | Book: Take Control of Your Cancer RiskListening options: Apple Podcasts, Audible, Stitcher, YouTube, Tunein, Spotify Pandora Podcasts, Google PodcastsRead a transcript at the LLAMA podcast websiteRelated episode: Covid's Silver Lining?Affiliation disclosure: DoNotAge.org is offering listeners to LLAMA a 10% discount on its range of products, including NAD boosters. The podcast receives a small commission when you use the use code LLAMA for purchases at DoNotAge.org - it helps to cover production costs and ensures that our interviews remain free for all to listen. Health queries can be answered by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
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We had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Radhika Sharma, a Board Certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist and certified Life & Wellness Coach. Dr. Sharma is passionate about Women's Health and Wellness. She is a mother of 2 young girls and wife to a fellow OBGYN. As a busy mother, wife and physician, Dr. Sharma found herself caught in the quicksand and did not see any way out of it. Fortunately, she found life coaching, which allowed her to recognize her authentic and essential self. Today Dr. Sharma continues her work as an OBGYN, while also collaborating with her life coaching clients to help them challenge the obstacles in their lives, and follow their essential self to make it through some of life's most challenging times. Dr. Sharma completed her medical training at Saba University School of Medicine. After completing her medical rotations in the United States, she went on to complete her obstetrics & gynecology residency at Aultman Hospital in Affiliation with Northeast Ohio Medical University. She specializes in Pelvic floor disorders and reconstruction. Dr. Sharma is also a certified Life & Wellness coach through the Martha Beck Wayfinder training. Our discussion today included: • Respect in relationships and friendships, particularly as a mom • Listening to your inner voice in making important decisions • Growing up in a strongly East Indian household with strict family and educational values • The value of leaning into discomfort • Teaching our children about rejection, the value of affirmations, and understanding differences • Empowering our children and questioning the “good girl” myth • The challenge of finding a middle ground with your partner in parenting decisions • Dr. Sharma explores her role as a doctor as she dealt with postpartum anxiety • Getting in touch with your essential self and learning to listen to your body • The value of pursuing life integration • How a time audit can help you gain control of your life • Dr. Sharma's views on the ways in which the United States is not adequately supporting new mothers • Exploring the expectations you set for yourself and what you want for yourself BusyOBees HER Health Collective --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/herhealthcollective/support
This week Merzain (Josh) and his special guest House Party Protocol's Will talk recommendations about building a roster for the Convocation for anyone new to the affiliation and some game plan tips. If you want to try out a list for yourself you can find the full rosters here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18X2SAOlb0VGm4BBVQhAacyT-edhVFFPORJb4g4WFze8/edit If you are in the US, shop at: https://warroomhobbies.com/index.html to help support the guild and use code: MCP2022 to save an additional 10% on any of your MCP purchases! If you are in the EU, shop at: http://www.tritex-games.co.uk/ to help support the guild and use code: TRITEXGGCP5 to save an additional 5% on any of your MCP purchases! You can also find Tritex Games on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/tritexgames/and on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/TritexGamesLtd If you would like to further support the channel directly go here to find out more: https://www.patreon.com/Thegamersguild If you have any questions send them here: email@example.com Or find me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/thegamersguild24
VA hospitals and the nation's top medical schools have been linked together since 1946 and since then VA health has benefited immensely from the research and teaching talents of these hospitals while also training 70 percent of the nation's medical workforce. In this episode, Katie and Shawn delve again into this program's fascinating past while looking to the future of medical training.
In this episode we cover all of the news, spoilers, and stream reveals for Marvel Crisis Protocol around the newly announced Affiliation, The Winter Guard, and their leader: Crimson Dynamo. Afterwards, we cover the new and exciting Organized Play Challenger rules, new banned and restricted list, and tactic card rotations, and what cards are now legal and illegal in the Standard Format of the game. Fury's Finest is a podcast and resource devoted to the discussion of the tabletop game Marvel Crisis Protocol. ___________________________________ Fury's Finest is supported by our wonderful patrons on Patreon. If you would like to help the show go to patreon.com/furysfinest and pledge your support. Fury's Finest Patrons directly support the show and its growth by helping pay our monthly and annual fees, while contributing to future projects and endeavors. Fury's Finest is sponsored by Discount Games Inc, go to discountgamesinc.com for all of your Marvel: Crisis Protocol and miniature gaming needs. Check out our Fury's Finest apparel and merchandise on TeePublic. ___________________________________ Twitch I twitch.tv/furysfinest Twitter I @FurysFinestCast Instagram I @FurysFinest Facebook I Fury's Finest YouTube I Fury's Finest Apple Podcasts l Spotify l Google Podcasts ___________________________________ Thanks to Approaching Nirvana for our music. Help spread the word of our show. Subscribe, rate, and review! Send feedback, Marvel thoughts, and show inquires to FurysFinest@gmail.com Fury's Finest is hosted by Jesse Eakin and Chris Bruffett.
In this hour, South Carolina has enacted the Fetal Heartbeat Act. More people are switching political affiliation from democrat to republican. Plus, Vince discusses immigration. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Walk into a hair salon and ask the stylist if you need a haircut. Any guesses what their answer will be?!The same can be said depending on who you ask about the timing of transitioning your practice to a new firm or affiliation model.In this episode of the Transition To RIA question & answer series I help you block out the noise, and focus on the variables that matter.Who you should listen to, and who you shouldn't.Timing considerations worth recognizing.How I answer this question myself.Come take a listen!Show notes: https://TransitionToRIA.com/should-you-change-affiliation-models-during-challenging-market-conditionsAbout Host: Brad Wales is the founder of Transition To RIA, where he helps financial advisors to learn and understand everything there is to know about WHY and HOW to transition their practice to the Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) model. Brad has nearly 20 years of industry experience, including direct RIA related roles in Compliance, Finance and Business Development. He has an MBA and has held the 4, 7, 24, 63 & 65 licenses. On his website (TransitionToRIA.com) he has a large catalog of free videos, whitepapers, as well as other resources to help advisors fully understand the RIA model and how it would apply to their unique circumstances.
For many businesses, patents protect more than just an idea or a concept. It also safeguards true business assets that are critical to a company's existence in the long term. Aside from the protection it provides, patents can also be used as leverage to give companies a competitive advantage. It can also drive revenues and profitability, which in some cases, could turn into 9 to 10-figure monetization events. That is why every growing company, regardless if they choose to pursue a patent or not, should have an Intellectual Property (IP) strategy to help them develop, grow, leverage, and monetize their portfolio of IP assets such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, etc. However, with technological innovations happening rapidly and a new “shiny” object being invented almost every day, what seems logical to get patented now could become obsolete tomorrow. In this case, would a patent still be worth it? Or will it be just another piece of very expensive paper? We are pleased to hear from Keegan Caldwell, Managing Partner at Caldwell Intellectual Property Law, as he shares his insights on patent-related matters and his unique journey from struggling with narcotics addiction, to having a Ph.D. in chemistry, to building the #1 fastest-growing law firm in the country. Top Takeaways: 05:48 One of the sad things about law firms 06:27 How Keegan got his first client 11:01 How Keegan grew his business 16:13 What most successful people have in common 19:11 The value of morale in building a unicorn company 21:30 How to define if something is or isn't patentable 25:51 How to determine a patent's value 28:59 The potential dangers of not having your innovations patented 34:21 How much does it cost to get something patented 40:44 Why every company needs an IP strategy 43:47 What the patent system was initially created for 51:19 Keegan's advice for someone who is planning to become an attorney 54.35 The most exciting invention from Keegan's current clients To get in touch with Keegan Caldwell, go to Website: https://caldwellip.com/ About the guest: After finishing high school, Keegan Caldwell joined the Marines and worked as an engineer. He got into the construction business for a couple of years when he got out. Unfortunately, this was also when he had some substance abuse issues and got into legal trouble. Eventually, he was able to turn his life around and got the help he needed. With his grandmother's advice, he went to college to take up biomedical science and earned a Ph.D. in physical chemistry. While doing his Ph.D., he worked as an intern in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He discovered he could become a patent lawyer without going to law school. Upon graduating with his Ph.D., he decided to take the Patent Bar and pass. But Keegan didn't want to be limited to Patent Law. Certain states in the US allow one to take the state bar without going to law school. So he took the state bar and is now a full-pledged lawyer. Today, Keegan Caldwell is a Managing Partner at Caldwell Intellectual Property Law. They provide technical expertise and post-grant experience to help organizations convert innovation into defensible intellectual property.
This week ShadowMarvel and Sooner talk recommendations about building a roster for the X-men focusing on Storm's leadership for anyone new to the affiliation and some game plan tips. If you want to try out a list for yourself you can find the full rosters here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18X2SAOlb0VGm4BBVQhAacyT-edhVFFPORJb4g4WFze8/edit If you are in the US, shop at: https://warroomhobbies.com/index.html to help support the guild and use code: MCP2022 to save an additional 10% on any of your MCP purchases! If you are in the EU, shop at: http://www.tritex-games.co.uk/ to help support the guild and use code: TRITEXGGCP5 to save an additional 5% on any of your MCP purchases! You can also find Tritex Games on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/tritexgames/and on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/TritexGamesLtd If you would like to further support the channel directly go here to find out more: https://www.patreon.com/Thegamersguild If you have any questions send them here: firstname.lastname@example.org Or find me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/thegamersguild24
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Radhika Sharma, a Board Certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist and certified Life & Wellness Coach. Dr. Sharma is passionate about Women's Health and Wellness. She is a mother of 2 young girls and wife to a fellow OBGYN. As a busy mother, wife and physician, Dr. Sharma found herself caught in the quicksand and did not see any way out of it. Fortunately, she found life coaching, which allowed her to recognize her authentic and essential self. Today Dr. Sharma continues her work as an OBGYN, while also collaborating with her life coaching clients to help them challenge the obstacles in their lives, and follow their essential self to make it through some of life's most challenging times. Dr. Sharma completed her medical training at Saba University School of Medicine. After completing her medical rotations in the United States, she went on to complete her obstetrics & gynecology residency at Aultman Hospital in Affiliation with Northeast Ohio Medical University. She specializes in Pelvic floor disorders and reconstruction. Dr. Sharma is also a certified Life & Wellness coach through the Martha Beck Wayfinder training. Our discussion today included: Respect in relationships and friendships, particularly as a mom Listening to your inner voice in making important decisions Growing up in a strongly East Indian household with strict family and educational values The value of leaning into discomfort Teaching our children about rejection, the value of affirmations, and understanding differences Empowering our children and questioning the “good girl” myth The challenge of finding a middle ground with your partner in parenting decisions Dr. Sharma explores her role as a doctor as she dealt with postpartum anxiety Getting in touch with your essential self and learning to listen to your body The value of pursuing life integration How a time audit can help you gain control of your life Dr. Sharma's views on the ways in which the United States is not adequately supporting new mothers Exploring the expectations you set for yourself and what you want for yourself BusyOBees HER Health Collective --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/herhealthcollective/support
Make sure you're getting your daily dose of fish oil. It is one of the basic rules of nutrition and there is no argument that omega-3 fatty acids are very important for our health. But those fishy burps are irksome. The science behind - and our understanding of omega-3 oils - has come a long way. In today's episode we're going to explore how nano-dispersion technology is being used to fuel our bodies with a new smoothie, EO3 (Enhanced Omega-3), without the downside of unpleasant belching. In collaboration with EO3, LLAMA brought together the company's founder, Janne Karin Sande, who's based on Oslo, Norway, and Prof. Stuart Phillips, director of the Physical Activity Centre of Excellence (PACE) at McMaster University, in Ontario, Canada, to discuss the drink, which contains Norwegian cod liver oil and protein. This episode is brought to you in association with EO3, the ready to drink product, made with fish oil and protein, designed to help athletes train faster and harder with optimum recovery. Backed by science EO3 is a complete nutritional solution for cognitive and physical benefits. A better way to get the Omega 3 your body needs. Prof. Phillips sits on the scientific advisory board for EO3.Recorded: June 6, 2022 | Read a transcript and show notes at the LLAMA podcast website.The Live Long and Master Aging podcast, a HealthSpan Media LLC production, shares ideas but does not offer medical advice. If you have health concerns of any kind, or you are considering adopting a new diet or exercise regime, you should consult your doctor.Affiliation disclosure: DoNotAge.org is offering listeners to LLAMA a 10% discount on its range of products, including NAD boosters. The podcast receives a small commission when you use the use code LLAMA for purchases at DoNotAge.org - it helps to cover production costs and ensures that our interviews remain free for all to listen. Health queries can be answered by emailing: email@example.com