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    As a world champion gymnast and former foster kid, Simone Biles has faced her fair share of complexity.

    No matter who you are, everyone has challenges they’re working through. IT and security pros understand that better than anyone. After all, today’s cybersecurity landscape changes fast — and complexity is increasing every day.

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    What really matters is how you adapt to the challenges you’re facing. How you react to what’s happening in your life. In your environment.

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    Enter: adaptive CrossFit athlete Amy Bream.

    Amy was born without her right leg. But instead of letting that complexity hold her back, she used it as her driving force. Over the years, Amy has learned to adapt to the world around her.

    When faced with complexity, adaptation enables control.

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    The skills required to control today's complexities aren't the same skills you needed two years ago — and they certainly aren't the same skills you'll need in the future.

    In a world that's constantly evolving, the most successful cybersecurity practitioners know they have to adapt to whatever challenges come their way.

    And the same can be said for Simone Biles and Amy Bream.

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    Eventually, those adaptations start to define the way you view yourself and how the rest of the world views you, too. They have the power to change people's perception of what’s possible.

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    ...They find a way to Give Back

    Adapt to change.
    Harness complexity.