44CON 2014 - What Did You Just Say To Me?, Jerry Gamblin

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44CON 2014 - What Did You Just Say To Me?, Jerry Gamblin Imagine you have to explain a newly discovered vulnerability in the human resources software your company uses to the director of human resources who forgets his password 3 times a week. How would you approach that talk? It takes many skills to be an effective security professional but arguably the most important trait for a security professional is the ability to communicate effectively. In this talk we will discuss the best methods to explain complex security issues with non-technical people and I will share the tools and tips I have used to become better at this.

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<ul><li> 1. COMMUNICATION IS A SKILL THAT YOUCAN LEARN. IF YOU'RE WILLING TO WORKAT IT, YOU CAN RAPIDLY IMPROVE THEQUALITY OF EVERY PART OF YOUR LIFE.- Brian Tracy</li></ul> <p> 2. WHAT DID YOU JUSTSAY TO ME?#44con September 11th, 2014 3. About meJerry GamblinSecurity SpecialistMissouri House Of RepresentativesContact Information:Jerry.Gamblin@gmail.com@jgamblinwww.jerrygamblin.com 4. WHY AM I GIVING THIS TALK? 5. HOW I FIXED IT 6. Went back to school First-Year Composition 2.0 Free Class. Helped me re-center my communication style. Think Again: How to Reason and Argue. $49 (30) I can now win any flame war on the internet. 7. 3 Books That I Really Liked! 8. COMMUNICATION TIPSYOU CAN USE TODAY 9. CLEAR TECHNICALCOMMUNICATIONS 10. YOUR BODY LANGUAGE 11. ART OF LISTENING 12. YOU CAN MAKE MORE FRIENDS IN TWOMONTHS BY BECOMING INTERESTED INOTHER PEOPLE THAN YOU CAN IN TWOYEARS BY TRYING TO GET OTHERPEOPLE INTERESTED IN YOU.Dale Carneige 13. THE REST 14. NOTHING GREAT WASEVER ACHIEVED WITHOUTENTHUSIASM.Ralph Waldo Emerson 15. RECAP 16. Contact InformationJerry GamblinSecurity SpecialistMissouri House Of RepresentativesContact Information:Jerry.Gamblin@gmail.com@jgamblinwww.jerrygamblin.com 17. THANK YOU!#44con September 12th, 2014 </p>