I like to make, break, and fix things to see how they work inside out.
My background is in application development and security, expanding toward other areas in InfoSec. As a Security Consultant at Security Compass, I get to have a career that revolves around my hobbies. On the offensive side, I like to find high impact vulnerabilities and plan targeted operations. On the defensive side, I've implemented a enterprise-wide SDLC initiative for a Fortune 100 client and taught defensive web security courses internationally. Some of my free time is spent writing code, reversing, malware research, studying for certs, or participating in CTFs.
Outside of work-related interests, I try to stay updated on emerging technologies (e.g. space exploration and AI) to the extent I can practically understand them. I also like to consume anything that reminds me of The Twilight Zone, read science fiction, and spend time with friends and family.
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