Tips for making a career change into cybersecurity

If you’re looking to move from a non-security role to a cybersecurity one, where should you start? In this clip from the Cyber Work podcast, Victor "Vic" Malloy of the CyberTexas Foundation shares his advice for connecting with others and building on your existing skills.

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Vic earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas and a master’s degree from Webster University. He had multiple assignments over 13 years working in cyberspace security at multiple network operations and security centers in the U.S. Air Force. His last position in the Air Force was overseeing daily cyber operations tasked missions within the AF Cyberspace Operations Center, which was responsible for the cyber defense of all Air Force global networks and the global employment of cyberspace capabilities to support ongoing combat operations. Previously, he served as Chief Information Officer for National Security Agency/Central Security Service in Texas.

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