New Horizons and CompTIA are delighted to announce a new keynote webinar series, which will feature two high-end, and highly qualified speakers, Eric O'Neill and Dan Goods.
During these in-depth webinars, a key focus will be on IT careers and how you can enter the IT world from various avenues -- not just your typical start at the bottom of the IT department. Discover the different ways IT can help shape your career and how you can have a thriving role in IT. We'll be joined by industry experts who will be sharing their knowledge in these key areas, creating a dialogue and starting critical conversations around these topics.
About Eric O’Neill:
In February 2001, Eric O’Neill helped capture the most notorious spy in United States history, Robert Phillip Hanssen. In the three months preceding Hanssen’s arrest, Eric was selected to work with the spy within the newly minted information assurance division, created to protect all classified FBI intelligence. Eric was charged with gaining Hanssen’s trust and then using that relationship to slowly draw the traitor out of deep cover. Eric’s investigative skill led to the arrest and ultimate conviction of the master spy. Eric’s experience catching Robert Hanssen was the subject of the 2007 blockbuster film “Breach,” in which Eric was portrayed by actor Ryan Phillippe.
Robert Hanssen spied for the Soviet Union and Russia for over 22 years. The FBI had a very narrow window of just a few months to catch him. This is the TRUE story of how we succeeded in one of the most impressive undercover operations ever orchestrated by the FBI. The highly entertaining keynote will blend elements of cyber security, physical security, catching the trusted insider and achieving a goal through fortitude and old fashioned tenacity.
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About Dan Goods:
Dan Goods is a Visual Strategist for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He leads a team that is revolutionizing how NASA thinks, but before that he was just a curious man, wondering how to look at things with a new perspective. Dan is passionate about creating moments in people’s lives where they are reminded of the gift and privilege of being alive.
Technology doesn’t have to be boring. Dan Goods has made a living by looking at things in a new and unique way, from using bottles to make music from a moving vehicle to sharing a vision with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and talking himself into his dream career. Join Dan as he discusses how to include creativity in everything you do, from interactions with those around you to the career where you spend so much of your time.
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