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Technical Leadership: It's Not All Ones and Zeros - Timothy Schulz (BSidesCharm 2019) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Technical Leadership: It's Not All Ones and Zeros

Timothy Schulz

BSidesCharm 2019
http://www.bsidescharm.com

Every successful team in information security relies on its leaders. From experts who mentor colleagues to enablers who advocate for the team, leadership is easy to recognize but often daunting to pursue. This talk covers approaches to leadership for technical teams, challenges in leading these teams, and resources for those interested in pursuing leadership roles.

Tim Schulz is a Senior Cyber Adversarial Engineer at The MITRE Corporation. He spends most of his days promoting red and blue team collaboration to help sponsors improve their security. Tim contributes to MITRE's Caldera project, participates in ATT&CK evaluations, and facilitates red team engagements. Prior to his MITRE career, Tim worked as a cybersecurity researcher at Sandia National Labs and in a digital forensics lab creating training content for law enforcement.

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