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  • How to Look Your Professional Best in a Video Interview

    The past few months have brought sweeping changes to our daily routines in both our personal and professional lives. As employers and job seekers adapt to the new norm, video interviewing is becoming a standard step that can be expected in the recruitment process. With haird… more

  • How to Succeed in a Video Interview

    With stay at home orders and social distancing protocols in effect, many employers are opting for video interviews to keep the hiring process on track. If video conferencing is foreign to you, rest assured that many of the same things you’d do in person translate to the vi… more

  • How to Create An Effective Interview

    There are two different narratives to any interview. While an interviewer and interviewee both have something at stake, candidates are typically more nervous, out of their element, and likely to seek out tips and tricks to boost their interview game. If you sit on the other … more

  • The 10 Most Read Articles of 2019

    The two thousand tens are coming to an end, but before we ring in a new decade, let’s take ten - ten recaps on the most read articles from 2019. If you missed them the first time around, now is your chance to get up to speed and fine-tune your cyber security job search for… more

  • Frightful Money Talks Unmasked

    Salary and compensation discussions can seem like a trick instead of a treat. It’s often considered taboo to talk about money, but when it comes to job search, it’s a necessary evil. So if you’re dreading more than ghouls and ghosts this Halloween season, consider our … more

  • How to Follow Up for Job Search Success

    Following up throughout a hiring process is essential, and sometimes nerve-wracking. You know you should, but maybe you’re stalling because don’t know how to get started. How should I do it? How often do I reach out? How soon is too soon to call again? I’m not getting … more

  • How to Write a Cover Letter that Matters

    Our list of the 8 things you must do to write a cover letter that counts. A well-written cover letter is a useful weapon in your job search arsenal. It can set you apart from other candidates, and can make the difference when two candidates are close. Many recruiters drea… more

  • How to Negotiate Your Salary and Benefits

    Get your full value from a potential employer and negotiate the offer that makes sense for you. 1. Salary and benefits combine to form your total compensation When you’re reviewing an offer, there’s more to consider than just the salary piece of compensation. Cons… more

  • How to Ace Your Interviews

    Our top 10 list of things you must do to excel in an interview. 1. Realize your interview starts with the first interaction you have with a potential employer From your online profiles, resume, and networking interactions, including job fairs, you’re already being ev… more

  • Building the Relationship: Questions to Ask in Interviews

    Victor Wieczorek and Edward Dunnahoe are involved in the hiring process for the Threat & Attack Simulation Team at GuidePoint Security. With abundant experience as both interviewers and interviewees, they offer advice on the kinds of questions you should be asking in you… more