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The recent flap about the FaceApp “old age” filter is somewhat instructive. As soon as it started going viral, there were scary media reports about how the company was stealing all of your photos, and storing them, and possibly “owning your face”. Really? Here the thing about every one of the articles that I saw….
Wouldn’t it be a better choice to locate candidates with some of the skills you’re going to need in a position and know that you have an environment that will help them grow and learn to become exactly what you need to be? Wouldn’t that practice become a way to attract really smart people who want to grow and learn by coming to work for you? Doesn’t that sound like a better option than simply leaving your open jobs unfilled and lamenting the fact that no one wants to work anymore? Unfortunately, there are too many organizations that simply won’t consider this. They aren’t interested in growing the people who work for them, they only want to hire people who can come in with no effort on the organization’s part and do the work starting on day one.
I think they are short-sighted.
I find this approach to building awareness around security refreshing, because I’m betting the answers to these questions may not be what you’d expect: “Go ahead — survey a few co-workers with this question,” says Gamblin, a principal security engineer with Kenna Security, as he plants his tongue firmly in his cheek. “Were you satisfied…
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