Her work as a Threat Intelligence Analyst is breaking down stereotypes
As a Threat Intelligence Analyst at S&P Global, Megan Kaczanowski spends her time vigilantly protecting systems from security breaches to ensure clients information stays safe. We talked to Megan about how she got her job, what it's like working for the Chief Security Information Officer (a CISO) who encouraged Megan to apply to her team, and how women in Cyber Security are building thriving environments. More importantly, she's helping build a culture where mermaids are never allowed at conferences (watch the video and you'll get it).
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As competition rises, software companies that want to succeed are investing in good, efficient customer support teams. Companies today know the importance of skilled customer support representatives on board, and the industry is growing rapidly.
Have you noticed that everyone is talking about Nashville lately? Currently, there are roughly 82 people moving to Nashville daily, and for a small city, that's a big deal. There are quite a few reasons why Nashville has become the new "it" city beyond the Country music and hot chicken: for the last decade or so, Nashville has been having tremendous job growth.
For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, fall is finally here and the days are getting shorter...
So what better way to cope with the cold than by binging some awesome TV shows with insanely talented women at the helm (as actors, creators, producers, directors, writers, and in some cases, all of the above!).