This module is all about the continuation of getting out there into the real world, understanding what is going on in the cybersecurity field, and connecting to specifically experts in this space. We're going to set up, I guess part two of this project, which is going to be where you're going to conduct an interview with a cybersecurity expert. But in order to do that, we really want to be able to formulate five questions, and this is your task, I'll share the screen in just a moment. Your task is to create five questions that you would want to ask, or potentially will ask, your cybersecurity expert in this space. Again, this is about, what you're passionate about in this space, who you've already connected with, what your network is beginning to look like? In this next assignment, you're going to find somebody to actually interview. Once you find somebody to interview, you don't want it just to be this haphazard, unorganized approach. You're going to have really good questions that are quality in nature, that are looking for the information that you really want to seek out, to find out about your cybersecurity expert. These are questions that need to be really thoughtful, mindful as far as the content, what you want to ask? This should be some kind of theme overall like, what are you looking for in this expert, what do you really want to find out as far as information and experience, learning from their experience? It's a golden opportunity you'll have with this project to actually be able to interview someone. But before we actually do the interview, we want to make sure that you shape five really high-quality questions. The conversation can be organic in nature, once those five questions are done, once those five questions are formulated and asked eventually in the interview. But this project is really focused on looking at questions I guess that are meaningful and may garner the information that you're really looking for, and that is to find out, what their experience is, what they've gone through in the cybersecurity space, what they do in the cybersecurity space, what is the role that they play, what is their job function, what are the trials and tribulations of what they've gone through? All things that you really want to try and focus on, so you can get good information from this opportunity to connect with someone who's in the field already. Who knows where this will eventually lead. But you don't want to be left with a bad taste in your mouth if you haven't taken the time to be mindful about the questions that you're going to ask your cybersecurity expert. I will actually share my screen here, and go over this particular assignment. This assignment is actually the cybersecurity interview questions. Remember, I'll be explaining the actual interview, and the process and what you're looking for in another video. But for this one, in this project, is all about getting five quality questions for your interview based on everything you've learned here in this course, based on any experience you have in the cybersecurity field overall, based on who you've talked to already. What are some really high-quality questions that you could ask? That you could really, like I said, gain from, get knowledge from, learn from, experience from these experts. We're going to actually use our LinkedIn group, and if you remember our LinkedIn group, I'll just click on that as well. Remember our LinkedIn group is a group that we're building community in, and you'll be able to post your questions. Essentially as to start a conversation, you would post your five questions in this group. Once you formulate your questions, you post the questions in the group, you also respond to three of your classmates with warm feedback, inquiry and comments to help improve their questions to be asked. For this project, it's really about putting what you want to ask your interviewee in the group and getting feedback from your classmates, from students that are taking this course, but also giving warm feedback to those participants that are taking this course. It's all about, again, building the sense of community and going in, pasting your questions and then responding to three of your classmates this time. We're upping that a little bit, to get a little bit more engagement and interaction. Again, once you post, you'll see this little copy link to post, that's the link you'll submit. This time, you'll be submitting actually four links, you'll submit a link with your five questions, that will be one post, and then you'll submit three additional links that are your feedback to your classmates, and that will be your submission for this assignment. Make sure again, you're thoughtful about your questions that you want to ask, ask others what they think in the group, do again some of your research on your own. What would you like to know about some of these experts based on what you find out there on the web, base it on what you've learned so far and see what area, what space they're in, and you could ask questions that relate to that specific person as well, and in an organic nature. But for now let's get those five quality questions that you planned on or intend on asking your interviewee. That's it for this video, and we'll see you on the next one.