Webinar: Careers in cyber security field for liberal arts | October 19
You're invited to join Arrow and immixGroup for a riveting webinar panel discussion supporting the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) cybersecurity awareness week.
Did you know...
Today, cyber security companies employ thousands upon thousands of human resources, sales, business development, marketing, administrative, legal, customer service and finance professionals. But not everyone who works in cyber security has a technical background.
So why not leverage your liberal arts background with some specialized security training, so you can begin a new career with a cyber security company! This webinar is ideal for educators, parents, students, and individuals considering a career change.
During this webinar, we will discuss future pathways in cyber security and how to leverage your liberal arts background with a technology company, including:
- Writing: Marketing content, corporate social responsibility, white papers, research documents, public relations and proposals
- Art: Marketing, UX design and graphic arts
- Communications: Sales, marketing and customer relations
- Business: Legal, administrative, accounting, program management, procurement and human resources
- Military: Leveraging service experience and leadership
- Paths forward: Internships, education and training
AVP, Enterprise and Government Marketing — NETSCOUT
At NETSCOUT, Chris works closely with the enterprise and government sales leadership teams to support their business development efforts and oversees all marketing in support of NETSCOUT's government and unified communications and collaboration business. Prior to NETSCOUT, he held key field marketing, sales enablement, sales, and executive briefing center roles while at EMC. Chris also practiced law as a litigator and trial attorney in New York City, handling end-to-end litigation defense of professionals, physicians and corporations. Chris earned his Bachelor of Arts from the College of the Holy Cross, his Master of Business Administration from the Wallace E. Carroll School of Business at Boston College, and his Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School.
Channel Marketing Manager — Citrix
At Citrix, Robin helps distributors and sales managers develop and execute marketing programs. Robin has over 20 years of experience in software and has held several positions, including director of marketing and product marketing manager. She also has diverse experience working in smaller organizations up to Fortune 500 enterprises. Robin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing from Tarleton State University.
Social Impact Program Manager — Palo Alto Networks
Ashley has worked in non-technical roles within the cyber security industry for 15 years, and prior to that she taught 9th grade Language Arts in Miami, Florida.
Marketing Manager — Arrow Electronics