Regina Bluman is an infosec professional who previously worked in IT Marketing for almost a decade, before leaving the dark side and moving across! She is an experienced panelist, guest author, podcast guest, and was recently nominated as ‘Technical Employee of the Year’, ‘Role Model of the Year’, ‘Rising Star’, and ‘Woman of the Year’ in the CRN Women in Channel Awards. She also volunteers for the Cyber House Party and is part of the Ladies of London Hacking Society. When not working, Regina can still often be found at her computer, working on various hacking labs or CTFs, and when not ‘geeking out’, she tries to catch as many Welsh rugby and Liverpool football games as she can. Away from a screen, she loves to spend time outside hiking, camping, and snowboarding.
She joins me at BarCode to discuss her move from IT Marketing to Security, knowledge shaming, creating original content, security leader perspectives and why it’s important for them not to agree, self-doubt, advice for negative critics and much more.
Tony puts down a “Suffering Bastard”.