TechSpective Podcast Episode 066
It has been a rough year and a half since COVID-19 hit at the beginning of 2020. Thankfully, we are rolling out vaccines at a blistering pace and it seems like there is light at the end of the tunnel and that things will begin to open back up. That includes offices, and business travel, and industry events.
My friend Jack Daniel joins me on this episode of the TechSpective Podcast to talk about apprehension and anxiety about the “new normal” and the challenges with the ways some companies or managers seem to be handling the transition. Jack has long been an advocate for mental health and an evangelist against cybersecurity burnout, so I was very interested to get some perspective from him about the impact the quarantine lockdown has had, and what we should be thinking about as we emerge from the quarantine cocoon to get out and see people and work face-to-face again.
Check out the full episode for more insights on cybersecurity burnout and mental health during the age of COVID-19 quarantine and beyond. We also discuss the origin of the name “Jack Daniel”–and it is not what you think.
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