This is an interactive presentation, and is geared towards CyberSecurity specialists that sometimes struggle to effectively plan their own career development. Learn how to take your own skills inventory, and create your own development plan. This talk and job aid applies to either planning a technical track, or for those considering a management track. Free job aid provided to attendees.
- Understand your own skills and their value
- Diagnose what skills you have and what skills you need
- Use the free job aid to plan your career
About Thomas Cocchiarella
Tom Cocchiarella holds CISM (Certified Information Security Manager), ITIL Foundation Certification and CHS III (Certified Homeland Security – Level III) certification. He has volunteered as an advisor to the Ramsey County Sheriffs Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and has served as the volunteer Minnesota delegate to the FBI’s InfraGard National Congress from 2002 until 2006, and has served on the Minnesota InfraGard Board of Directors until 2010. Cocchiarella also serves as a volunteer advisor to the Woodbury, MN Public Safety Department’s Volunteer Emergency Response Team (VERT) and graduated from the FBI Citizens Academy in December 2008. He served on the board of directors of the St. Paul Schools Multicultural Excellence Program for 15 years and has mentored at Johnson HS for 19 years. Cocchiarella has also led Team Minnesota which has a large group of volunteers who work to raise money and awareness for America’s Wounded Warriors through the Wounded Warrior Project Organization (WWP).