Bytes of Good Live podcast: Talking ‘Social Cybersecurity’ with Hack4Impact

One upside of video calls during the COVID-19 pandemic has been that I can attend or speak at virtually any location or event, without having to travel or move my schedule around too much. It’s helped me get more comfortable with public speaking, and exposed me to different audiences for my work.

In my latest public appearance: I appeared this spring with fellow CMU grad student Tom Magelinski at Bytes of Good Live, organized by Hack4Impact, a student-run nonprofit that promotes software for social good. We talked about our Social Cybersecurity research and what we know of careers in cybersecurity. The recording is available on YouTube, or click on the preview shown below to go to the video. Let me know what you think!

Author: Cori

Cori Faklaris (aka "HeyCori") is an incoming assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Department of Software and Information Systems, College of Computing. Faklaris received her PhD in human-computer interaction in 2022 from Carnegie Mellon University's Human-Computer Interaction Institute, School of Computer Science, in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. She also is a social media expert and longtime journalist, and/or "Doer of Things No One Else Wants to Do."

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