Jack Daniel – Survival Skills for Infosec Pros
Jack Daniel, Technical Product Manager for Tenable Network Security, has over 20 years’ experience in network and system administration and security, and has worked in a variety of practitioner and management positions. A technology community activist, Jack is a co-founder of the Security BSides movement and serves on the Board of Directors for Security BSides Las Vegas, Inc., and Security BSides, Inc. A frequent speaker at technology and security events large and small, Jack is a CISSP, holds CCSK, and is a Microsoft MVP for Enterprise Security. And his beard is older than many of his friends.
The demands on infosec and technology professionals often seem overwhelming, this talk discusses ways to maximize your ability to thrive in the high-stress, high-demand environment of technology and security.
Building on lessons learned from the ongoing stress and burnout research project, this talk looks at the other side, how people avoid getting into trouble and sustain high efficiency and satisfaction. Topics range from defining issues and challenges, to identifying potential trouble, to day-to-day advice for being content and productive. (This is Jack here, don’t push your luck and ask for “happy”, be content with “content”).
Audience participation and engagement is highly encouraged in this session.