Thanks to Kilo23 Group for the interview with Tim and I! We covered quite a bit during this regarding covert entry tools, social engineering techniques, COVID-19 effects of the job, Tiger King, and much more.
Thanks to Blake and Low Voltage Nation for hosting Tim and I for a fireside chat. We discussed some of the nitty-gritty of what it means to be a security consultant, breaking into buildings, time and self management, and much more. There’s also an exclusive peak into what has been dubbed my “serial killer” closet. … More Podcast – Low Voltage Nation
Are the employee’s at your target location paying attention?
Only the most daring physical pentesters are comfortable wearing such a bold shirt to really put a company’s incident response and security awareness training to the test. … More Physical Intrusion T-Shirt
Something that bothers me, and I often comment about during my presentations is the media’s portrayal of a “hacker”. Hackers are shown as someone wearing gloves and a ski mask on a computer. I know that this is for effect to show criminal activity, but the issue here is that these sort of ideas stick … More Spotting the Social Engineer
Thanks for those who reached out afterwards, asking more information about project management and other items we discussed at our Wellness Village talk at DerbyCon this year! Also, HUGE thanks to Amanda Berlin for letting us speak, and for creating the Wellness Village. Hopefully it will become a regular part of the conference. After a … More DerbyCon 8 – Wellness Village Talk
Here are some presentations that I made for “Who’s Slide Is It Anyway”, “Slideshow Karaoke”, “Slideshow Roulette”, or whatever else you want to call it. They are pretty random, and a fun play on popular topics and buzzwords within the #InfoSec community. They are meant to be fun and technically inaccurate on purpose, and in … More Who’s Slide Is It Anyway
Running Nethunter from my automobile’s touchscreen dash. … More Auto-Mobilizing NetHunter