The more we learn, the more it becomes clear that there is no "universally optimal" brain. We all have our own unique strengths and weaknesses. Things we do to help people with different neurotypes aren't just accommodations for rare individuals. Being considerate of each other's mental operating systems can improve everyone's functionality.
Each year brings more reports that document the challenges of hiring in cybersecurity, with an alarming number of unfilled positions. But this may ring hollow to those struggling to find work in the industry. There are many factors that cause this discrepancy, and today let's look into one such area: inclusive hiring practices for neurodiversity.