I am not an expert on information security (InfoSec). Not even close. I am, however, an ardent user of technology and therefore, a victim of the pain inflicted by the requirements of information security.
Infosec? Enough tech jargon!
I’m tired of passwords! I’m tired of creating them. I’m tired of trying to remember them. I’m tired of forgetting them. I’m tired of recovering them. I’m tired of being asked by my dad what his passwords are. I’m tired of using arrow buttons on my Roku remote to navigate a virtual keyboard to enter my Disney+, nay, my ESPN+, password. …
You might remember sitting across from the recruiter of the swanky startup you’d been lusting after. You could barely keep your attention as your eyes and ears soaked in how fun the environment seemed to be.
Laughter, cheering and audible high fives permeated through the walls of the interview room. You could practically hear the hearty fist bumps of what sounded like a deployment team successfully making it into production. You could still make out the celebrations despite the muffled, thumping music.
The recruiter’s words snapped you out of your trance, “every time they successfully deploy, we bring in wings…
Software, technology, languages, satire and randomness.