October 29th 2020 – NIST/National Association of Regional Councils
If you’re interested in mental health in future smart cities, then save the date! October 29-30, 2020 for the Smart Regions Innovation, Recovery, and Resilience Virtual Workshop.
How communities can utilize data and smart innovations to ensure they remain resilient for the next public safety challenge.
Hosted by the Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) Smart Regions Collaborative, the National Telecommunications & Information Administration, the National Association of Regional Councils, and US Ignite.
Sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Neal O’Farrell, the founder of Mynde.me, will be participating in a discussion about how we need to make it easier to incorporate the mental health of residents into the design of future smart cities.
i-Sight, October 9th 2020
Neal O’Farrell, founder of Mynde.me, will be speaking about mental health and stress amongst our cybersecurity first responders in a webinar hosted by i-Sight.
In a 2019 Symantec study of nearly 3,000 security professionals almost two thirds of cybersecurity professionals reported that they have considered quitting their jobs or leaving the industry because of stress and burnout. This has dangerous implications for every company that relies on these first responders to keep their data and businesses safe.
Join Neal as he discusses these mental health challenges and maps out a strategy for building “psyber resilience” in your cybersecurity team.
Sept. 2020, ISMG – In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Neal O’Farrell of Mynde.me discusses;
- The PsyberReslience Project and why mental health is a new security vulnerability;
- Advice on wellness steps cybersecurity pros can take;
- How “smart cities” projects could help improve mental health.
APRIL 28, 2020 – In this episode, we are speaking to Neal O’Farrell, Founder of the PsyberResilience Project. He started a movement to develop a mental health baseline among cybersecurity professionals and to tackle the issues of cybersecurity stress and burnout.