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    Complexity is inevitable - in cybersecurity but also in life

    As a world champion gymnast and former foster kid, Simone Biles is no stranger to complexity.

    The key to working through challenges when they arise? Having a solid foundation, she says. For Simone, that's her family, friends, and mentors. They help her adapt to whatever comes her way.

    What really matters is how you adapt

    In the face of enormous complexity, the best not only find a way to adapt to the challenges.

    But not everyone is lucky enough to have a support system like Simone’s — or a support system at all. That’s a huge reason why Simone works with Friends of the Children, and why she chose to tell their story in this video.

    Friends of the Children is a nationwide charity aimed at ending the cycle of generational poverty by providing professional, paid mentors to children in foster care, from as early as age four all the way through high school graduation.

    They also find a way to give back

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    Adaptation enables control

    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 challenges as they arise — just like Simone does.

    And they also benefit from having a solid foundation to turn to in the face of complexity like Simone. For IT and cybersecurity professionals, that could be an accurate, up-to-date asset inventory — a single source of truth to work from.

    Adapt to change.
    Harness complexity.