Joseph Sokoly (@jsokoly) is a Vulnerability Engineer at MAD Security who is recognized as an emerging thought leader in the security field, and a regular at community-based gatherings like Security BSides.
Sokoly also does a lot of work with The Hacker Academy, an online ethical hacker training program established in 2010 and designed by pentesters to help educate young security pros with hands-on training.
“We are also in the process of revamping a lot of our content – we’re developing a whole defender-side of things where ‘here’s how to operate a security operations center, here’s how to best utilize the tools in your environment,’ so it’s been growing a ton…”
The courses are designed for any skill level, from novice to those who may just have a more casual interest in learning more about penetration testing – here’s more…
- Jeremiah Grossman on Communicating Security Upstream
- Dmitri Alperovitch on Offensive Security and Active Defense
- David Mortman on Big Data Security Challenges
- Jolly Discusses Leveraging Threat Intelligence Data
- Jay Radcliffe on Implanted Medical Device Security
- Steven Fox: BYOD Means Bring Your Own Disappointment
- Shokunin Kishitsu: Alex Hutton on Attaining Craftsmanship in Security
- Brian Martin on Why Vulnerability Statistics Suck
- Dave Lewis and Javvad Malik Discuss Infosec Cons
- Scot Terban – AKA Krypt3ia – on Attribution Shmatribution
P.S. Have you met John Powers, supernatural CISO?
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