For many penetration testers and other security professionals, making yourself more attractive to employers or taking that next step up means improving your personal value proposition. Showing off your technical aptitude on finding more vulnerabilities than anyone else is not enough. Your personal value proposition is based on effectiveness - taking that knowledge, translating it for a non-technical audience, and helping them understand the business risk so they can make an informed decision.
Come to this session where we will discuss the value in understanding business and relating it to your security work. We’ll present tips on how to portray and present findings that will make you more effective in your job. And we’ll also share areas for skills improvement within security organizations that will also help you improve your personal value proposition.