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Jared Rathbun

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    automation, defensive sec, python fanboy, 0xgradius on twitter.

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  1. Was a great presentation, thank you for sharing!
  2. Awesome, thanks for the source! I found the original tweet with the link to the discussion as well as the link to the spreadsheet here:
  3. @Chrissi Robertson - Those are some great call outs about remote work and focus! I know when I work from home I also have to actively shift into "focus on this task" mode, but once you've trained yourself and identified approaches that work for you, it can feel very productive! I also like the point around using game/TV sound tracks, I find myself listening to game soundtracks naturally, but I'll give it another try to see how it changes my focus 🙂 @Tim Casey - Looks like your link might be broken, but that sounds like a great resource for job hunters, thanks for sharing!
  4. I'd love to hear everyone's opinion about working in the infosec industry remotely. Personally, I'd like to see more companies supporting remote work, but I'm wondering where some difficulties might come up. I'd also like to hear what you or your team has done or is doing to support your people who are already working remotely. For example, as someone who works a lot with internal tooling and the developers that use them, face to face time is super valuable when trying to come to an understanding of something complex. On the other side of the coin, 95% of my work could be completed from anywhere really. I'm wondering if I'm over-valuing talking with someone in person, but I feel like it's bought our team a lot of social capital and trust from the users we support. On the other hand, not having to commute every day is an awesome perk that buys me a lot of extra time and a great reduction in stress. Secondly, I'd love to hear what everyone's habits/practices/etc are for being more effective while being remote. Some of my habits: clean workspace that I can walk away from when I'm done with work setting expectations with my SO that when I'm working, it means I'm working and would prefer to not be distracted unless needed communicating with my team when I expect to be away from my keyboard clearly marking on my calendar what days I'll be work from home, and explaining what that means with regards to scheduling particular meetings Overall, I really like the hybrid approach of flexible work from home hours on top of being in the office face-to-face with coworkers, and I'm going to continue to try to get as much of it as I can, no matter where I work. I'd love to learn from this discussion here and not only become a better remote worker but also be better and working with remote teammates.
  5. League of Legends - Riot 0xGradius Battlenet - gradius#1538 Steam - https://steamcommunity.com/id/0xgradius If you add me on LoL, drop me a message here before/when you do, because I tend to ignore friend requests there unless I'm expecting it. 😅 Happy to have more friends to game with!
  6. Greets, nice to meet you all! I'm Jared (usually use some form of the name "gradius" online), and I do lots of corporate security and automation stuff with Riot Games. I do a lot of defensive security stuff and tie in as much automation as possible. I also like trying to be a mentor for people who are interested in getting involved in infosec/programming and try to put together helpful documentation and such for both my coworkers and people on the Internet. Other than work stuff, I also play a lot of video games, I love programming and building things, and learning new things. Happy to nerd out about all of this any more either here or on Twitter!
  7. I like the layout and the look of this so far. Thanks for putting this together and exploring the idea around this! Greets everyone 😄
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