33 min

Brian Freedman The Imposter Syndrome Network Podcast

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Our guest today is Brian Freedman, Global Solutions Engineering Manager at QOMPLX.

As a person who worked both on small start-ups to big companies, Brian will share with us his thoughts on the differences and similarities between them.

We talk about what a day in his life looks like working on QOMPLX and how he relaxes by doing what most people would consider a stressful activity, racing bikes.

Brian shares what he looks for in a good candidate in an interview, how he measures success, and the value of having female managers in cybersecurity.

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Don’t be the person that says “I can't do something”, if you want to do something, go for it.
You might be rejected at the end of the day. but never be the person that tells yourself “No”.
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Brian's Links:
TwitterLinkedInNever Split the Difference by Chris Voss--

Thanks for being an imposter - a part of the Imposter Syndrome Network (ISN)!

We'd love it if you connected with us at the links below:
The ISN LinkedIn group (community): https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14098596/ The ISN on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ImposterNetwork Zoë on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoseSecOps Chris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisGrundemann You can also find us on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Patreon.
Make it a great day.

Our guest today is Brian Freedman, Global Solutions Engineering Manager at QOMPLX.

As a person who worked both on small start-ups to big companies, Brian will share with us his thoughts on the differences and similarities between them.

We talk about what a day in his life looks like working on QOMPLX and how he relaxes by doing what most people would consider a stressful activity, racing bikes.

Brian shares what he looks for in a good candidate in an interview, how he measures success, and the value of having female managers in cybersecurity.

-
Don’t be the person that says “I can't do something”, if you want to do something, go for it.
You might be rejected at the end of the day. but never be the person that tells yourself “No”.
-

Brian's Links:
TwitterLinkedInNever Split the Difference by Chris Voss--

Thanks for being an imposter - a part of the Imposter Syndrome Network (ISN)!

We'd love it if you connected with us at the links below:
The ISN LinkedIn group (community): https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14098596/ The ISN on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ImposterNetwork Zoë on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoseSecOps Chris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisGrundemann You can also find us on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Patreon.
Make it a great day.

33 min