Guys, nobody wants a participation trophy and a head pat just for existing as a woman / nb person / minority in tech... it’s weird and cringe. We’re adult professionals. We want to be recognized for our work and achievements, represented fairly, and paid fairly.
Inspired by @TinkerSec, I'll tweet out a "hack job" I recently did. I rarely pentest companies, I've always been a blue teamer. The pentest gigs I do are generally favors to other blue team friends to teach them. My rate was $50/h which is much lower than what I typically charge.
Retweet this if you have an amazing therapist who has legitimately helped you.
(If you’re seeing this and DONT go to therapy, then you should. Everyone should. There are (in most places) affordable options if you don’t have insurance, or there are online therapists now!)
Locksport Twitter, are there high security locks for sliding glass doors? The new one I'm having installed has a key lock, but I am willing to bet it's going to be a CH751 or something equally dumb. #locksport#lockpicking#locks
Starting a fun thread to switch things up:
For those of you that worked in something completely different before you started a career in infosec/IT, what did you learn from your previous occupation that helps you now?