#48 – Five Steps to Landing Your First Cybersecurity Job


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EFFECTED USERS: Every Listener who seeks a job or a career in Cybersecurity

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SUMMARY: The last 3 episodes have centered around gaining employment in cybersecurity.  This episode ties it all together with step by step instructions for the person who literally wrote the book on the subject.

Bobby Davis Jr. has helped place hundreds of aspiring coders into high-paying tech jobs. He is the founder and president of Core-Techs and the Founder of Coder Foundry, and the author of the book: Breaking the Code: Five Steps to a Life-Changing Software Development Job

Welcome Bobby!

What is the first step a person should take if they want a career change into cybersecurity?

  •  Pick the job
  •  Look for jobs available locally (www.indeed.com)
  • Ask a recruiter for skills of open position
  • Figure out how to learn
  • Do projects
  • Build portfolio
  • Find cybersecurity professionals on YouTube

Published by

David W. Schropfer

David W. Schropfer is the CEO of SAFE (Smartphone Authentication For Everyone), a cybersecurity company in New York (www.theSafe.io).  Every day, he and his team of professionals keep the people who use The SAFE Button protected from some of the most common traps, hacks and attacks that target computer systems of all sizes. David is the author of the bestselling cybersecurity book, Digital Habits: 5 Simple Tips to Help Keep You and Your Information Safe Online. His previous books, including The Smartphone Wallet and industry whitepapers, predicted some of the biggest trends in the payments, mobile, and security industries.  Since graduating Boston College, David earned an Executive MBA from the University of Miami.

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