autism

The Modern-Day James Bond Is Autistic, Dyslexic or a Mother

Britain’s GCHQ has been actively recruiting neurodiverse people into their foreign espionage workforce, but it doesn’t take a 007 to figure out that the cybersecurity industry needs to broaden their pipeline and get more creative about recruiting more diverse individuals.

In Neurodiversity There Is Beauty, Strength, And Skills You Don’t Have

Although the word “neurodiversity” has been around since the late 1990s, not a lot of people are familiar with it. Simply put, this term describes the vast scope of differences in how people’s brains work and how they learn. Rather than a disadvantage in the workplace, neurological differences can offer a wider, more varied range of talent.