Why is it so easy to give someone advice when they describe exactly the same thing you're feeling... but when it comes to yourself - there is such a difficult barrier to accept that advice?
I'd tell $notMe, of course there is reason to be anxious - but don't let it distract you from the facts... change is good, adaptation usually leads to growth, people look to you for answers to questions because you've proven you actually DO know things.
Enjoy the night, which brings new things to learn.
Following a legal threat from ███████ ████ I have removed their name from this article on my site:
I hope readers will accept my apologies for what is clearly unsatisfactory, but I can ill-afford to get embroiled in a legal fight.
For those who didn't know, I started my own company called EliteSec. Here's the latest blog post I wrote up about actions to take if you find the majority of your organization working from home. Enjoy!
If i hear one more person say they're bored at home because of all of this... I'm gonna lose it.
Life here hasn't changed much, other than I don't hit the coffee shop daily. 2 kids under 2, and work - I don't know what it means to breath anymore.
I busted my ass to get a job I could work from home as much as i could - glad I did that before it was a necessity.
One of the highlights of this week was my CSO swinging by the house to drop off a gift wrapped deck of #BackdoorsAndBreaches
Now, I just don't know if I should be excited or scared...
New podcast episode - A Casual Conversation with Snow
Of course I'd see that the SANS holiday hack challenge was open, just minutes before I'm supposed to open a maintenance window...
So fun, if you haven't already - check it out!
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