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Phishing for Potential: The “RTFM” Guide to Hacking Your Brain-frame 🇬🇧

Time: 11:00 > 11:45
Location: Zone 1 - Gaston Berger conference stage

Openly neurodivergent and navigating a matrix of other personal challenges, K Melton’s journey not only shatters conventional barriers but also embodies the realization of their mentor Winn Schwartau’s long-standing hiring vision. Dismantling the “unhireable” notion, K reveals how unconventional talent can thrive if provided optimal operating conditions.

This presentation goes beyond mere advocacy and memoir, offering practical tools for individuals and leadership alike. K will guide the audience through creating their own “user manual” – a dynamic blueprint for understanding and optimizing one’s unique working style and needs. Whether you are looking to debug your workflow, optimize your cognitive OS, or hack your brainframe, this manual can be crucial for self-discovery and advocacy, as well as an invaluable resource for leaders to enable high-performance diverse teams.


K. Melton is an innovative cybersecurity executive, eclectic artist, and dedicated advocate for DEI. Celebrated for their distinctive blend of technical acumen and creative flair, Melton’s career has showcased their unique approach to cybersecurity awareness and education for all ages. Currently leading the U.S. Remote Publishing division at KnowBe4, Melton is instrumental in shaping the behavior change programs for tomorrow. As co-host of the No Password Required podcast, they delve into the diversity of the cyber world to highlight unsung industry heroes. Melton’s artistic talents also extend to the literary world, where they have collaborated with cybersecurity visionary Winn Schwartau to bring complex concepts to life. This consistent devotion to the synergy of art and technology underscores Melton’s philosophy: that creativity and diversity are the “two-person rule” to advancing and understanding the ever-evolving field of cybersecurity.

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