In the last two episodes, we talked about flipping the talent funnel and using the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework to customize your company’s security training. Today, the guests of those two episodes, Danielle Santos, program manager at the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, Leo Van Duyn, Cybersecurity & Technology Workforce Development Strategy at JPMorgan Chase, and Karl Sharman, Head of Cyber Solutions & Consultancies at Stott & May, answer some questions related to those discussions. Danielle, Leo, and Karl discuss mentoring as a method to upskill less experienced members of your team, the unseen training costs of employee churn and a lot more.
For twelve days in November, Cyber Work will be releasing a new episode every single day. In these dozen episodes, we’ll discuss career strategies, hiring best practices, team development, security awareness essentials, the importance of storytelling in cybersecurity, and answer some questions from real cybersecurity professionals and newcomers.
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