In part 3 of this series, WebWitch discusses the types of benefits you should be looking for in an offer letter and how to understand what they all mean.
In cybersecurity, a mentor/mentee relationship can be immensely important to the professional growth and development of both parties. However, taking on your first mentee can be intimidating. In this blog, WebWitch offers up some advice on how to be an effective and supportive mentor.
In Part 2 of this series, WebWitch teaches us about what language to look for in job offer documents when it comes to being compensated for your work.
(First in a five-part series.)
WebWitch has learned many hard job-hunting lessons and has also been fortunate to find mentors along the way. In a position to mentor now, WebWitch demonstrates how to navigate the minefield of spin in cleverly-worded job postings by firing back with cleverly-worded questions in your interviews!
WebWitch examines the reemergence of HTTP Request Smuggling as an allegory for the dangers of making assumptions about older programs and protocols when the cybersecurity landscape is constantly shifting. Their perspective on research topics in cybersecurity (and the Oxford comma) will help you start thinking like a seasoned professional.
At the end of the Preseason Game, players are sorted into one of four Brackets: Gold, Silver, Bronze, or Pewter. How does that impact you? WebWitch explains the differences and similarities between the Brackets and how they affect your experience as a player.
As a proper supervillain, EVIL WebWitch must be silent NO LONGER and now tells you all the reasons you SHOULD NOT play in the NCL Games.
Are you honoring your limits? Do you know when to say no? What's a good rule of thumb for how to treat yourself? WebWitch casts an introspection spell to help you meditate on your own habits.