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"oliver wiley" Discussed on Cyber Work

Cyber Work

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"oliver wiley" Discussed on Cyber Work

"You tell me some some some juicy bits from your autobiography? ? What kind of stuff? ? Are we going to cover here. . Let's let's you know. . Let's let's for a little bit not too much but just a little bit for the readers. . I'd have to be careful because I gotta take care of my boy Jim minutes. . Oliver Wiley Okay Yeah so great guy by the way. . Cool cat. . So. . Widely doesn't publish autobiographies. . So technically I checked call it that it is a non fictional narrative. . I am. . Real territory between more autobiography whatever exactly. . Exactly. . But <hes> so yeah, , it's it's really it's my coming up story. . It's my former life and my former skin <hes> you know as Eric Hines. . And and Not. . So where does say that name <hes>? ? And you know my transition and <hes> really you sort of becoming Loki. . Where I transitioned in two thousand and eight, , and my journey is a trans woman in. . A male dominated world <hes> male dominated industry <hes> in cybersecurity. . My world is cyber security right and <hes>. . You know what that experience has been like <hes> just. . It's interesting for me because it's very. . <hes> it's a very unique perspective being able to say that I've lived my life is to completely different sexes to completely different genders <hes> you know and and living my life is a man living my life as a woman <hes>. . It's very interesting because you don't really prepare for that. . You don't prepare because is a man you read about the inequality. . Roy of of men and women in the workplace. . The wage disparity <hes> being passed up for job opportunities in the workplace as a woman over a man with the same or less credentials or experience. . It's a real thing and I didn't prepare myself for what that would be like <hes> and it's it's you would hope that. . An industry as as you know, , <hes> new is cyber security. . 'cause if you think about cyber security isn't very old, , it's not like us. . Our banking. . Or. . Investing, , it's it's A. . It's a nascent industry that we are trying to figure out as we go right and <hes>. . So you would think it would be more progressive. . When it comes to equality and inclusion in. . It's not you know and I. . You know there was a tweet storm that occurred. . I. . Think you brought it up in a previous episode where I got involved in to a thread that actually became my most viral tweet <hes> and it was a about a gentleman who made the made the statement that cybersecurity moves too. . Fast for women run and and <hes> that women would rather be at home and be homemakers and be family oriented versus being in Cybersecurity, , and it was shocking to me is this is this is a very prevalent narrative <hes> for some reason <hes>. . You know there's a lot of people that believe that you know, , hey, , a cybersecurity isn't for women and here's why. . I always from played devil's advocate I was trying look at it from other people's perspective <hes>. . But it's hard to find out a lot of things I'm reading. . Because you know I mean there's there's a lot of I think. . There's a lot of things that people need to be educated on when it comes to just women issues, , but trans issues like you know there's this belief and I hear it a lot. . That <hes> Trans women shouldn't be allowed to participate in Women Only Sports, , right? ? That's so stupid to me. . You know and <hes> is in I think it was actually South Rogan's podcast where he actually talked about this <hes> and in the narrative is being spread a lot. . I understand I think <hes> from that perspective but people don't understand that when you go through hr it. . Your upper body strength as a as a man as man's body gets depleted <hes>, you , know your your upper body strength. . Pretty much goes away in deteriorates. . There are women on the tennis court. . I. . Used to be <hes> a competitive used to play tennis competitively and go to tournaments, , and there's women biological women that could kick my ass on the tennis court <hes> you know and <hes> their biological women <hes> have. . Much, more , per body strength than me <hes> and you know I think it's an I. . Don't think it's ignorance I. . Think it's education. . It's it's. . A learning curve. . Yeah and like like for example, , <hes> martial arts, , you know there are biological women that could wipe the floor with. . And and you know so I think I think it's educating people understanding <hes>, , and also the unique perspectives were probably talk about the blog article here in a minute unique perspectives at the Lgbtq community brings two teams brings to the workplace. . Yeah. . <hes> that <hes> that that you may not find in a less inclusive culture

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LGBTQ+ representation in cybersecurity

Cyber Work

05:38 min | 4 months ago

LGBTQ+ representation in cybersecurity

"You tell me some some some juicy bits from your autobiography? What kind of stuff? Are we going to cover here. Let's let's you know. Let's let's for a little bit not too much but just a little bit for the readers. I'd have to be careful because I gotta take care of my boy Jim minutes. Oliver Wiley Okay Yeah so great guy by the way. Cool cat. So. Widely doesn't publish autobiographies. So technically I checked call it that it is a non fictional narrative. I am. Real territory between more autobiography whatever exactly. Exactly. But so yeah, it's it's really it's my coming up story. It's my former life and my former skin you know as Eric Hines. And and Not. So where does say that name And you know my transition and really you sort of becoming Loki. Where I transitioned in two thousand and eight, and my journey is a trans woman in. A male dominated world male dominated industry in cybersecurity. My world is cyber security right and You know what that experience has been like just. It's interesting for me because it's very. it's a very unique perspective being able to say that I've lived my life is to completely different sexes to completely different genders you know and and living my life is a man living my life as a woman It's very interesting because you don't really prepare for that. You don't prepare because is a man you read about the inequality. Roy of of men and women in the workplace. The wage disparity being passed up for job opportunities in the workplace as a woman over a man with the same or less credentials or experience. It's a real thing and I didn't prepare myself for what that would be like and it's it's you would hope that. An industry as as you know, new is cyber security. 'cause if you think about cyber security isn't very old, it's not like us. Our banking. Or. Investing, it's it's A. It's a nascent industry that we are trying to figure out as we go right and So you would think it would be more progressive. When it comes to equality and inclusion in. It's not you know and I. You know there was a tweet storm that occurred. I. Think you brought it up in a previous episode where I got involved in to a thread that actually became my most viral tweet and it was a about a gentleman who made the made the statement that cybersecurity moves too. Fast for women run and and that women would rather be at home and be homemakers and be family oriented versus being in Cybersecurity, and it was shocking to me is this is this is a very prevalent narrative for some reason You know there's a lot of people that believe that you know, hey, a cybersecurity isn't for women and here's why. I always from played devil's advocate I was trying look at it from other people's perspective But it's hard to find out a lot of things I'm reading. Because you know I mean there's there's a lot of I think. There's a lot of things that people need to be educated on when it comes to just women issues, but trans issues like you know there's this belief and I hear it a lot. That Trans women shouldn't be allowed to participate in Women Only Sports, right? That's so stupid to me. You know and is in I think it was actually South Rogan's podcast where he actually talked about this and in the narrative is being spread a lot. I understand I think from that perspective but people don't understand that when you go through hr it. Your upper body strength as a as a man as man's body gets depleted you know your your upper body strength. Pretty much goes away in deteriorates. There are women on the tennis court. I. Used to be a competitive used to play tennis competitively and go to tournaments, and there's women biological women that could kick my ass on the tennis court you know and their biological women have. Much, more per body strength than me and you know I think it's an I. Don't think it's ignorance I. Think it's education. It's it's. A learning curve. Yeah and like like for example, martial arts, you know there are biological women that could wipe the floor with. And and you know so I think I think it's educating people understanding and also the unique perspectives were probably talk about the blog article here in a minute unique perspectives at the Lgbtq community brings two teams brings to the workplace. Yeah. that that that you may not find in a less inclusive culture

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"oliver wiley" Discussed on Cyber Work

Cyber Work

03:48 min | 4 months ago

"oliver wiley" Discussed on Cyber Work

"So just to make sure that sort of getting it right in my you know in my head like a regular review and say. You know this product in theory should do this this and this, and you're saying I tried to pack in using this way, and because of this product I wasn't able to or if it had been better I I, you know I wouldn't have been able to, but I was able to something like that. Exactly. So you know one of the things that I that I work with clients and and help them create what's called blue. Ocean strategy and if no one's read that Book Blows Strategy was written by two MB's out of Harvard Business School, who wrote the story really around the these this concept that you eliminate your competition by making it irrelevant and Blue Ocean strategy is the idea very much like Cirque du Soleil who didn't set out to create a better circus, they set out to reinvent what the circus was. So I helped companies find there blue ocean. Features of product are moving target you know. Any company can put a white paper out there and see what features are and to me that doesn't really resonate in. Level with buyers. SEASO's like. Abbas zero content would wear you're showing okay. This is an this is what a an attack against an API endpoint in case of salt security. Which is one of my clients is this is how what it looks like when you're API's being breached and this is how is technology detected it and prevented it from happening. So I think that with so many solutions out there on the market SEASO's are looking for a different kind of content you think about it more than sixty four percent of buyers today make their purchase decisions off of custom content meaning that sixty four percent of those interested in the services of INFOSEC institute aren't finding out about a clicking on banner ads or click on Google ads. They're they're making their decisions off of the videos, the PODCAST, the the papers, the blog articles. All of the custom content out there. I believe that the future advertising I believe that that traditional Google ads outwards whatever it may be as dead and. Custom content is the future marketing. And all of you who are doing. Said with us. So can you tell me some some some juicy bits from your autobiography? What kind of stuff? Are we going to cover here. Let's let's you know. Let's let's for a little bit not too much but just a little bit for the readers. I'd have to be careful because I gotta take care of my boy Jim minutes. Oliver Wiley Okay Yeah so great guy by the way. Cool cat. So. Widely doesn't publish autobiographies. So technically I checked call it that it is a non fictional narrative. I am. Real territory between more autobiography whatever exactly. Exactly. But so yeah, it's it's really it's my coming up story. It's my former life and my former skin you know as Eric Hines. And and Not. So where does say that name And you know my transition and really you sort of becoming Loki. Where I transitioned in two thousand and eight, and my journey is a trans woman in. A male dominated world male dominated industry in cybersecurity. My world is cyber security right and You know what that experience has been like.

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