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Nov. 22, 2022, 2:19 p.m. | /u/bloopscooppoop

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I'm currently in a role as a HITRUST consultant and although I really do like what I do (I enjoy the 30K foot view and different environments) I'm getting worried that I'm too removed from the "Why the rules exist" aspect. I started as an analyst doing IT audit, social engineering, light pen testing and vuln scanning etc. My ideal role would be something that has both GRC and technical aspects to them, does something like this exist? I have …

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