Episode 19

Out of Office: One Year Later


15 March 2021

57 mins 55 secs

Season 1

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About this Episode

Exactly one year ago, most of the population of the US was given the word to begin to work from home. Security and technology teams were large parts of the preparation for this change, and were also largely able to move their operations to a home office for the duration of the last twelve months. The last year has been one of constant "on", whether due to changing technology requirements that need to be worked on, increasing incident and response, 10 hours per day in front of the camera on Zoom, and filling what used to be commutes with (wait for it) even more work.

Dan, Brian and Erik cover a lot of topics, including security of remote work, the mental health impacts of prolonged working remotely, looking out for ourselves and those in our lives, and reconnecting with those that we may have lost contact with over the years. The guys also share positive and negative observations about work/life from the past year, too.

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