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2.what kind of problems will i encounter in during my time there as an employee of a cybersecurity company. #cybersecurity

I love to work alone leave me be please thank you

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Sumitra’s Answer

Hi Dale!

I completely understand the peace of working alone. I have similar nature wherein I prefer working alone than having to work in a Team with lots of discussion leading to nowhere and finally causing wastage of time that maybe an individual could have worked on in a constructive manner.
However there are certain situations wherein you will need to align with a team and get a job done. For instance, as a cybersecurity consultant I need to align with developers, clients, project manager, and other stakeholders not just to steer an assigned project effectively but also each one has a role and responsibility towards the project which you might not get to know if you do not interact, or even there are various aspects one might not be sure of given the constrained time. You might need to consult on certain topics of the project with the subject matter expert to ensure that your proposed cybersecurity solution is efficient and does not inhibit normal functionality of the project.

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Karem’s Answer

We all have work preferences, but keep in mind you will have to do some form of team collaboration in your job. Try to take personality assessments to see the best ways you can collaborate and communicate and how to recognize different work styles from your own. Roles like project manager would be more people oriented than for example engineering or analysts.
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Wayne’s Answer

Hi Dale. Cybersecurity professional encounter a range of issues. Some of the main issues we face include social engineering, third-party exposure, configuration mistakes, poor cyber hygiene, cloud vulnerabilities, mobile device vulnerabilities, Internet of Things security issues and ransomware.

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Ashley’s Answer

In any job, you'll have to work with other team members in some sort of fashion. However, you may prefer a remote job and may want to consider jobs that are fully remote.
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