Mental Health for Hackers


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December 01, 2020 | Mental Health for Hackers

Security professionals in general, but security researchers more specifically, suffer from being always on, which is compounded by the looming fear that if their company ends up in tomorrow’s headline, they could get fired. As a result, few security researchers—or hackers—take vacation. Often times, they don’t delegate, which all can result in burnout. Join us for this important conversation with industry leaders who will tackle the question of how hackers can manage the mental health challenges of the job.


Contributors
Amanda Berlin

Sr. Incident Detection Engineer, Blumira

Charles Shirer

Senior Security Consultant, Red Siege

Kacy Zurkus

Content Strategist, RSA Conference

Kim Jones

Managing Director, Ursus Worldwide

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