Pro tip: Avoid listing each of your past jobs and all of your responsibilities. The interviewer has seen your resume and knows you meet the qualifications. Instead, give a brief history highlighting the relevant work you have done. If you're unsure if your past work experience is relevant, take some time to review your work history. Can you use some of your skills from another field for this role? Transferable skills can be something you learned in a completely different type of job or field but it can be used in this new role. For example, your management experience, technical knowledge and people skills are all relevant and helpful to this security manager role. You can share your last jobs, focusing on the three most recent, and then talk about what you learned, your skills and achievements.