Person Moving Files from a Laptop to a USB Stick. Ethical Considerations When Leaving Your Job.
February 1, 2018
Aside from your good name, what should you bring with you to your new job? The answer is adamantly not your current employer's intellectual property.
Dial with Arrow Pointed at 2018. The New Year Hiring Frenzy Offers Risks and Opportunities.
January 30, 2018
Is the first month of the year really the best time to look for a new security job? The main article from SMR’s January newsletter, Key Resources, discusses the potential risks – and opportunities – in a New Year hiring frenzy.
Dart missing its mark on a dartboard. Common Failure Points of the Hiring Process.
January 2, 2018
The start of a new year is a time when security managers look to make a career change. Decisions made in haste often have negative consequences. A well thought out strategy is the best approach for both security job seekers as well as hiring companies.
Woman drawing a self portrait. Start planning now for the security job you want next year.
December 18, 2017
Are you planning to look for a new security job in the coming year? Get ready: Now is the time for introspection and self-evaluation.
Chart showing upward trends. Evolving Challenges Mean New Security Career Opportunities.
December 7, 2017
Contrary to what you read in the press, cyber and IT security are not the only growing areas for careers in security.
Blurred Image of People Walking Quickly. Jump-Start Your Security Job Search.
November 13, 2017
Ten things your peers aren’t doing that will put you ahead of the competition for security jobs. Ready to get started?
Balanced stones on a shelf. Personal Introspection and Security Career Planning.
November 6, 2017
Weighing up what is important: A realistic evaluation of your interpersonal skills and strengths can provide a strong foundation for next steps in your security career.
University Diploma with Tassel. Are Security Degrees What They Seem?
October 5, 2017
Candidates for security management positions are regularly not considered if they do not have a degree. However, not all security degrees are what they seem, nor will they necessarily advance your career. What should you be considering before investing your time and effort?

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