Reddit AMA: The ins and outs of working in cybersecurity

UPDATE: Reddit AMA is here:

coffee-and-tea-1359055910Join the live Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) online event TODAY at 1 p.m. to learn about available cyber security jobs in Argonne’s  Cyber Operations, Analysis and Research (COAR) team, part of the Risk and Infrastructure Science Center (RISC). Current team members stand ready to answer your questions about what it’s like to work in cyber security at a national laboratory.

Join us online to ask your questions. Please follow Argonne social media for details.

Cyber threats have been named one of the gravest national security dangers that the United States faces.  Argonne stands ready to position itself as a leader in the cyber, physical, intelligence and resilience sectors. Hiring more analysts increases Argonne’s ability to analyze threats and develop solutions that keep our nation’s infrastructure safe.

But what does it mean to work in cyber security at a national laboratory? The COAR team can answer such questions as: What is it like to work as a cyber analyst? What types of skills do I need? How does working at a national laboratory compare with working in industry? Can I work on projects that I think are important? This is your chance to find out.

This post was written by the COAR team.