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Helping cybersecurity professionals before burnout

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Burnout is common throughout many industries, but a recent report has shown that cybersecurity professionals are amongst those most affected – possibly at a faster rate than frontline health care workers.

That’s why the non-for-profit CyberMindz was born – to provide direct support to restore and rebuild emotional and cognitive health in the cyber community.

MySecurity Media’s senior journalist Laura Hawkins reports from the NFP’s first fundraising gala event in Sydney.

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