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The Power of Certifications In the Legal Industry - Part Two

Want to learn how certifications can assist you or your organization in reinventing, repurposing, creating or maintaining cybersecurity talents? Read Part Two of TRU CEO Jared Coseglia's two-part article for Law Journal Newsletters Cybersecurity Law & Strategy "The Power of Certifications In Legal" and find out how certifications and training offered by ISACA, Cybint Solutions, ISC2, GIAC, and SANS Institute will help to fill the #cyberskillsgap.

Written by Jared Coseglia for Law Journal Newsletters Cybersecurity Law & Strategy

Friday, 01 June, 2018
Events

The next webinar in TRU’s "Ask the Expert" series with ACEDS, "I Want to be a Manager," will be held on May 31, 2018 from 1:00-2:00pm ET. One of the most frequent requests from legal technology professionals in the middle-beginning of their career is, “How can I become a manager of a department?” This presentation will examine the steps that legal tech pros can take in the genesis of their career which can help lead to managerial opportunity later in life.

Thursday, 31 May, 2018
TRU Tips

Great leaders balance confidence and humility.

Top 3 Comey-isms From Former FBI Director James Comey’s Keynote at EnfuseCon 2018
  • Avoid the “imposter complex;” it is not helpful to think "if people really knew me, they would not find me as credible."
  • Ethics is not about the result; ethics is about process.
  • Doubt is wisdom; always know you can be wrong and avoid the seduction of certainty.
Wednesday, 30 May, 2018
Events

TRU CEO Jared Coseglia will be presenting "The State of the Industry: e-Discovery, Cybersecurity (and Privacy)" at Enfuse 2018 on Wednesday, May 23 at 3:30pm. This session will bring insight on where the industry has been and where it is headed and will provide attendees with information to help them professionally. Be sure you don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind presentation!

Wednesday, 23 May, 2018
TRU Tips

The cultural mindset of employees in America is that they should not have to share paystubs to verify compensation. They find the request invasive and feel it is used for determining their compensation unfairly.

TOP 3 Geographies That Have Passed Laws Banning Salary History Requests
  • New York City
  • California
  • Vermont
Wednesday, 23 May, 2018
Press Releases
TRU Staffing Partners and ACEDS Announce “Ask the Experts: I Want to Be a Manager”

TRU Staffing Partners, an award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in e-discovery and cybersecurity, and the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists, part of leading legal education provider BARBRI, today announced the companies are bringing “I Want to be a Manager” to their “Ask the Experts” webinar series.

Wednesday, 23 May, 2018
Publications
On #BakersDozen: Jared Coseglia, Founder & CEO of TRE Staffing in Interview with High Performance Counsel

Want to learn about TRU CEO Jared Coseglia and his insight into the legal industry? Check out his interview with High Performance Counsel’s #BakersDozen! Coseglia answers questions on how he came to be in the legal business, his greatest triumph and success in the legal services field, where the legal industry is headed, and more!

Jared Coseglia interviewed by High Performance Counsel

Tuesday, 22 May, 2018
Publications
A Battle Cry for Penetration Testers: Try Harder! Earn Your OSCP Certification

Want to learn how Offensive Security’s OSCP (Offensive Security Certified Professional) accreditation stands out from the crowd for proactive cybersecurity and beyond? Read Part Thirteen of TRU CEO Jared Coseglia’s certification series for Legaltech News,A Battle Cry for Penetration Testers: Try Harder! Earn Your OSCP Certification.”

Written by Jared Coseglia for Legaltech News

Monday, 21 May, 2018
TRU Tips

Most hiring managers spend 90 percent of their time looking at the first page of your resume and 10 percent on the rest.

TOP 3 Mistakes To Avoid On Your Resume
  • Don’t list tenure at the same employer as different dates—breaking up the dates based on the positions you held at the same company will make it appear at first glance as though you have moved around more than you have.
  • Don’t have an objective—your objective is to get that job. Try changing to a thoughtful summary.
  • Don’t list irrelevant details about your personal interests—keep your potential employer focused on why you’re a good fit for the job you are applying for. Wine clubs and yoga might be good conversation starters, but they also distract from the focus of the interview.
Wednesday, 16 May, 2018