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Founded:
2016
Company Size:
11-50 employees
Company Type:
Private
Location:
Falls Church, Virginia
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CyberSecJobs.com is a veteran-owned career site and job fair company for professionals and students seeking careers in the cyber security community. As a job seeker on CyberSecJobs.com you can: Search for a new job to find your next career. Best practices search tips: -Start with a more gen ...
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Interview Errors
by Pat TovoConducting a job search can be a grueling process to find the employer that best suits your career goals, your salary…and your commute. You spend a lot of time researching opportunities, attending job fairs and networking.While looking for a job does deserve deep concentration, there also comes the time when you just need to take a break and maybe enjoy a good belly laugh. You know, like watching cat videos. No funny felines here, but some interview stories that should bring a bi ...
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Establishing a More Secure Networking Experience on LinkedIn
LinkedIn is a terrific networking tool. Its primary usage is for professionals to build a network with other professionals and to develop business associations. While it is a form of social media, it shouldn’t be used as a socializing tool like Facebook or Instagram. Your presence on this site should be devoted to business related communication and not the sharing of vacation photos. Be alert to always using LinkedIn to promote yourself and your skills in the most business-like manner.You need ...
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Negotiation Begins the Moment You Say Hello
by Nancy GoberNegotiation begins with the first impression you make on an employer. The initial information you choose to reveal about your experience begins the negotiation and influences your offer. Since this is the information initially offered in your resume, other marketing materials, and initial phone screen interview, that means that the negotiation begins at the time of your first contact with a company.The early comments you make and information you reveal are important. Be cautious ...
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Expand Your Interview Skills
Sad but true, job interviewing never seems to get easier. Every interview is different. You meet new people with new personalities and unique needs, you work hard to sell yourself and position your skills as appropriate for the job, and the third degree throws you a curve ball. Through it all you present a sparkling personality. Exhausting!There are ways though to conquer the process with less stress. With a little prep you can nail the interview and impress upon the recruiter that you are the b ...
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Stay in Touch with your Network After You Land a Job: A 5-Step Model
by Nancy GoberWhen job seekers I’ve worked with land their new job, I ask them this question:“What are you going to do with your new-found network? You know, that network of contacts that you built during the course of your job search.”“Stay in touch?” they say.“How?” I ask.“I don’t know,” they say.Well, read on to hear how.During your search, you worked hard to build a network comprised of professionals, colleagues, service providers, hobbyists, referrals, friends, ...
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The Elevator Speech: You’ve Heard About It, Now Perfect It
by Pat TovoIf you’re looking for a cyber security job you are probably getting tons of advice suggesting the most successful ways to go about your search. Listen to everything. Read a lot. Pull in all the information you can and then distill it into a solid approach that works for you.Two of the things you’ll hear often are, “Networking is very important” and “Be sure to attend job fairs.” By the way, job fairs are networking events.Both are very good pieces of advice. And to be effe ...
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Top Strategies for Cyber Job Fair Success
Job fairs – and career fairs – are a terrific opportunity for students and cyber security professionals to meet recruiters from top employers. These events give job seekers access to key contacts all in one room.To make the most of these opportunities you need to plan ahead and put some strategies into place to create the best possible impression. Whether you are currently seeking a job or scoping out future possibilities, your goal should be to put your best foot forward and network with as ...
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Cyber Security Career Success Isn't Just Hardware and Software Skills
by Pat TovoYou may have a long list of certifications and credentials, you might even have a solid reputation as one of the best hackers/analysts/technicians, but if you are weak in soft skills you really diminish your options for promotion, leading projects or landing that new dream job.You need to be able to work and communicate effectively with teammates, supervisors, and others throughout the organization to advance your career. Many think of infosec positions as the stereotype of the h ...
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LinkedIn Boosts Your Visibility – Make Sure It’s The Right Type
Posted by Pat TovoYou’ve probably been hearing for years that LinkedIn is an effective networking tool.If you followed that advice and added a LinkedIn profile, you’re probably expecting recruiters, hiring managers or other professionals to be knocking on your door. But for some reason, you may not be awash in messages and invitations to connect.Maybe your profile needs some work.Take a look at these easy-to-miss goofs that could be keeping you under wraps.Chose an appropriate profile p ...
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Don't Make These Interview Mistakes
Conducting a cyber security job search can be a grueling process. You will be doing lots of employer research, crafting a perfect resume, networking, applying for positions and hopefully interviewing. All of these elements are important but the interview may be the most important piece of the process.There are several basic mistakes that you probably know to avoid, like:Being late for the interviewNot dressing appropriatelyYour cell phone ringing, chiming, beepingFibbing about qualifications or ...

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