Digital strategy should consider more than just making a buck; it should be about the best interests of humanity.
Advocating for a security-first, yet
The internet brings out both the best at worst of us and it is on our own shoulders to exemplify (and nudge others towards) good digital stewardship.
This blog is a convergence of my three main passions in life: security, education, and citizenship (which, in the online world, I associate closely with user experience). Through it, you can follow my journey towards a career that I'm not even sure exists yet.
I don't claim to have all the answers, just lots and lots of questions.
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Majoring in Sociology and minoring in Psychology has greatly impacted the way I see the world.
In other words, I was a Social Psychology geek long before Economists turned it into Behavioral Economics and acted like they invented it.
Master of Public Administration
Growing up in Scouting made good citizenship a core part of who I am. It was only natural that, when I was looking at graduate school options, I chose one that all about public service and making positive impacts on communities in tangible, unambiguous ways.
Security IT Associate
I am excited to be attending New Horizons Computer Learning Center's Security IT Associate program.
While I have always been interested in information security issues from the user experience and policy perspectives, I have always lacked credentials towards any kind of technical background.
Through this program I am preparing for my CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+ certifications, and I am strongly considering pursuing CCNA soon after that.
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