k80.cb | analog girl in a digital world
I work with people and organizations to formulate strategies for attacking big technology problems in small, iterative steps, often using the tools and resources already available. As an adjunct, I know that cybersecurity is daunting, arcane, and mystifying to many and my practical, incremental, systematic approach makes the necessary changes easier to accept by people. After all, change is hard.
My decades of cyber expertise and practical approach cuts through the fear, uncertainty, or doubt (FUD) usually associated with cyber GRC regulations or audits. And my focus on people and psychological safety enables folks to unlearn old habits and ways of learning, and embrace new ones. In my long career I have performed so many experiments (some successes, many failures) that I can share insights into which produce the most valuable effects and results in technical and innovative teams.
In addition to cybersecurity executive leadership and guidance, I'm also a trained Project Management Professional and can coordinate and orchestrate technical projects (distinct start and end dates--not ongoing operations) according to contract requirements of the (Defense) Federal Acquisition Regulation(s) or Project Management Institute's PM Body of Knowledge. From project planning through project closure, I'll be with you every step of the way to the level of detail required. And if asked nicely, I'll do earned value (just kidding--nobody wants EVM).
This site will be where I post content about cyber, culture, technology, and ethics. It's not a business site, but a personal one, however, I may offer services, too, so reach out if you have a problem I may be able to help you with.