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  • Fall Job Search: Get an Offer by the End of the Year

    It’s nearly fall—not only a time for the leaves to change, but also perhaps your job. If you’re in job search mode, now is the time to make the most of the active autumn hiring season. Companies are resuming normal hiring activity following the slower pace of summer, a… more

  • How to Support Your Cyber Security Job Search

    We had the pleasure to attend a fantastic talk at DEF CON’s virtual Career Hacking Village, presented by Alyssa Miller, Application Security Advocate at Snyk. Here are some key insights from Alyssa’s discussion, diving into strategies to help you find a job in cyber secu… more

  • Make Sure Your Resume Is Not a Bore

    I read a lot of resumes and the majority are boring. Just think how recruiters, who read far more every day, must feel. Why should you care? Boring resumes usually do a bad job of making the case for why you should be considered. Unless you’re highly regarded in your… more

  • Employers Do Not Want to See This on Your Resume

    In many cases, your resume serves as your first impression to recruiters and hiring managers. And as first impressions go, you only get one. So check your cyber security resume today to make sure it’s as effective as it should be, and that you’re not communicating any of… more

  • How to Use a Networking Resume for Job Search Success

    Your resume is one the most powerful tools in your cyber security job search. It works as an advertisement that sells you to you prospective employers and urges them to contact you for an interview. In many cases, your resume serves as your initial introduction to recruiters… more

  • Make It to the Finish Line with 3 Changes to Your Resume

    I spent some time reviewing resumes at CircleCityCon to help conference participants with their job search. While some were looking for new opportunities, others were simply curious to find out more about the review process. However, regardless of their current employment st… more

  • How to Write Your Most Effective Resume

    Our list of 9 things you must do to write a cyber security resume that sells you. Your resume is an advertisement, not your biography. The goal of your resume is to get a hiring manager or recruiter to contact you for an interview. It should only include details that are … more

  • Do You Waste Time in Your Job Search

    Job search is hard enough on its own. Make sure you’re not getting in your own way, by pursuing any of these strategies that may trip you up: Applying for way too many jobs. It’s almost too easy to apply for jobs these days, and as a job board we’ve contributed to the pro… more

  • The 10 Most Read Articles of 2018

    We’ve officially welcomed the arrival of the New Year, but before we close the chapter on 2018 and turn a new page, we’re taking a moment to reflect and reminisce on your most read articles from last year. If you missed them the first time around, we’ve got you covered—or… more

  • How to Get a Cyber Security Job with No Direct Experience

    A few times per year, I have the privilege of working with the team at CyberSecJobs.com to host world-class career fairs for some of the top companies in the cyber security industry. My role is to provide resume coaching and career advice to the hundreds of job seekers who come t… more