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  1. SFCS: Interview With Cybersecurity Professional, Knightsbr1dge! It's time for another Stories From Cybersecurity piece! This is where we interview people in the cybersecurity industry to explore the diverse routes into this line of work. We also like to discuss key issues in the industry and get the opinions of those on the ground. This time we're talking to Knightsbr1dge, a cybersecurity professional based in the UK. As you may have guessed, Knightsbr1dge is a pseudonym. We offer all of our interviewees the option to use a pseudonym to protect th...
  2. SFCS: We Talk to Ethical Hacker SudoZeus! It's time for more Stories From Cybersecurity! This time we're talking to Noah Conners, cybersecurity professional, and creator the SudoZeus security blog. Here's Noah's story. Hey Noah, can you introduce yourself and tell our readers how you became interested in cybersecurity? My name is Noah Conners and I am from Kansas City, MO, in the USA. I stumbled into education, IT, and the security field by accident. I waited before going to university because I didn’t know what ...
  3. We Revisit Teenage Hacker Ritik Sahni Six Months On We interviewed teenage hacker Ritik Sahni in September last year. Back then Ritik was a 14-year-old budding ethical hacker. He was following this passion for cybersecurity by teaching himself ethical hacking principles. Before long, he was an active bug bounty hunter. Six months on we catch up with Ritik [Twitter: @RitikSahni22 ] again to see what he's been up to. Ritik's sudo apt-get update: I'm now 15 years old and still pursuing bug bounty hunting as passionately as I was si...
  4. SFCS: Samantha Frost's Journey into the Cybersecurity Industry! For our latest Stories From Cybersecurity, We talked to IT professional and cybersecurity enthusiast Samantha Frost @infosecsam . We hope Samantha's story will give our readers greater insight into the varied routes people take to join our industry. Samantha has some great commentary, advice, and tips about the industry and how to get started in your cybersecurity career. Let's take a look. What’s your journey into cybersecurity? What is it that appealed to you? I didn’t have much ...
  5. SFCS: We Talk to HackerOne's Bug Bounty Advisor Rena Chua Welcome to 2020, hacking enthusiasts! Christmas is over, we've celebrated the New Year, and we're all a little heavier and looking forward to January being over. At MyHackerTech we've been busy talking to influential people in the cybersecurity field to provide more great (and hopefully useful) content for our Stories From Cybersecurity series. This time we talked to Rena Chua, Bug Bounty Advisor for HackerOne. We hope that by reading Rena's story you deepen your understanding...
  6. SFCS: We Talk to Security Enthusiast Nicholas Patton! If you've been following our Stories From Cybersecurity Series from the beginning, then you know what we're about. For those that don't know, we like to interview people in the infosec and tech fields to highlight the varied experiences of people in the field. The cybersecurity industry is growing at a rapid pace, but it's still a relatively new field. This means there isn't a linear path to success in cybersecurity. The industry is in dire need of new professionals to he...
  7. SFCS: We Talked to Security Strategist Jonathan Knudsen From Synopsys For this edition of Stories From Cybersecurity, we talked to Jonathan Knudsen from Synopsys. Jonathan has worked in a variety of roles in cybersecurity including as a developer, consultant, and author. He also likes to break things! We asked Jonathan some questions to pick his brain on all things hacking and cybersecurity. He also has some useful advice for industry newcomers. Let's take a look. NANCY: How did you become a security strategist? JONATHAN: “Security strategist” is a won...
  8. Blay Offers Advice on How to Become a Bug Bounty Hunter! We talked to Abu Safian Blay Founder, and CEO of Inveteck Global to get his opinions on the cybersecurity industry. Inveteck Global provides cybersecurity training and application development solutions to private businesses and government entities. Blay is committed to providing a safer future for the organizations that we deal with every day, and trust with our data. Blay has a wealth of technical knowledge in the field, being a software engineering graduate, a pen tester, developer, secu...
  9. How Has Anonymous Shaped Hacking Culture and Fashion? There's no doubt that Anonymous, the vigilante hacking group or "hacktivists", have made an impact on the world with their projects. Let's delve into some of their more well-known antics for a moment. They hijacked the website of the controversial Westboro Baptist Chuch (WBC) after the church announced they would picket at the funerals of the Sandy Hook Massacre victims. WBC has gained widespread media attention due to their outspoken hate for gay and Jewish people, and their ...
  10. We Talk to Physical Penetration and Social Engineering Expert, Marina Ciavatta When most people think of hacking their mind goes straight to breaking into computer systems. However, there's a different type of hacking that deals with the physical world and the people who inhabit it, and this type of hacking can be just as dangerous. Hacking can also mean gaining entry to places you're not supposed to be by exploiting weaknesses in physical security such as locks, or by using social influence to bypass physical security. This week we talked to Marina Ciavatta w...
  11. Pratik Shares His Hacking Story and how to become Bug Bounty Hunter Here at MyHackerTech, we're always interested in hackers and their stories. White hat hacking is such a varied field that attracts hackers from all corners of the globe and all walks of life. Hacking enthusiasts take the leap to become professional hackers for different reasons, and we want to showcase these reasons through the personal journeys of real hackers. Today we're looking at Pratik's story. Pratik Dabhi is from India and studying a Master's degree in Security. He ...
  12. Cybersecurity Expert Daniel Dieterle Shares His Story: “Believe in Yourself and Don’t Give Up” This week we talked to cybersecurity author and expert, Daniel Dieterle ( @cyberarms ), to learn how he got started in the field, and to hear his take on the biggest cybersecurity threats the world is facing in 2019. Daniel started his IT journey two decades ago, initially doing component level repairs on Commodore 64 computers and upgrading offices from typewriters to IBM PC/XT systems. Over the years Daniel has witnessed a dramatic transformation in the IT field and racked up a wealth of ...
  13. Hacking Culture and Hacking Conferences in Brazil The global hacking community is growing at a rapid pace and a vibrant, innovative, and engaged population of ethical hackers is emerging as a result. It wasn't so long ago that hacking was synonymous with criminal behavior, but a lot has changed in the last five years or so. Now hackers are widely understood to be security professionals tasked with outwitting cybercriminals, leading the way to a safer future for everyone. Hacking is now a legitimate job with a well-defined role within o...
  14. We Talk to Security Engineer Laurie Mercer - "Together We Can Build a Safer Internet!" This week we had the pleasure of talking to Laurie Mercer, Security Solutions Engineer at vulnerability coordination and bug bounty platform, HackerOne. Security Engineers are tasked with designing and building systems that remain dependable against malicious cyber attacks, vulnerabilities, and even natural disasters. To be a security engineer you need a hybrid and knowledge and experience in several areas of IT. These areas include network engineering, system engineering, and security arch...
  15. How I Became a Tech Journalist Here on this website, I have shared the stories of many great hackers and IT Security Professionals, as well as those aspiring to make it in the field. I believe these stories of dedication to the craft of hacking and the passion that often accompanies it are valuable in encouraging the next generation of hackers. Now I'd like to share my story. I am a technology journalist and content writer with a passion for all things future, security, and tech. Like so many people, my interest star...
  16. October 2019 GIVEAWAY: T-SHIRT - Bug Bounty Hunter - Pentester ! #GIVEAWAY#BUGBOUNTY HUNTER Edition T-shirt Stand a chance to win 1 of this tshirt :✔️Follow us at @MyHackerTech ✔️Visit our site and subscribe to our newsletter or just register an account ✔️Retweet this #RT and tag a friend✔️Winners announced Monday 29 Oct at 3:00pm pic.twitter.com/5Zz7m8G9kJ — MyHackerTech (@MyHackerTech) October 16, 2019
  17. Ursula’s Story: Digital Forensics, Cybersecurity, And Whiskey! We're back with another personal story from the tech industry! This week we talked to Ursula Cowen (@ush1c ), and Creator of the InfosecWhiskey ( @infosecwhiskey ) Podcast - a podcast for whiskey drinkers with an infosec problem. We find it important to share these stories because cybersecurity is a growing field with lots of potential for newcomers but many aspiring cybersecurity professionals are lacking in direction. They simply don't know where to start. Some careers have a lin...
  18. We Talk to Student Programmer Tessa! As part of our 'Stories from Cybersecurity' series, we talked to Industrial Engineering and Information Technology Student, Tessa (@tickxit). Tessa is studying at the University of Ghent, in Belgium, and wanted to share with us her story and some tips and tricks for those looking to join the industry. Let's take a look. What’s your favorite programming language and why? My favorite programming language is Python, because it's easy to learn, but also very powerful. I star...
  19. We Talk to ‘The Security Noob’ Alex Giles For our latest edition of ‘Stories from Cybersecurity’, we talked to aspiring cybersecurity professional, Alex Giles ( @Muldwych) . Alex already works in the IT field, but not in cybersecurity, which is where his passion lies. He has been busy teaching himself all things hacking and cybersecurity via online courses and books. We are aware that many of our readers are in the same position, and this is where Alex has something unique to offer. Alex has been documenting his journey from novic...
  20. We Talk to Global Cybersecurity Influencer and Expert Kayne McGladrey! It's time for more ‘Stories from Cybersecurity’! This week we talked to Kayne McGladrey ( @kaynemcgladrey ). Kayne is a member of the IEEE and the executive advisory board for Cyber Security Hub. He’s been published in USA Today, Reader’s Digest, Fast Company, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and many cybersecurity publications like Dark Reading, SC Magazine, and CIO Magazine. If that wasn't impressive enough, he's also #3 on the top twenty worldwide thought leaders in cybersecurity. ...
  21. SFCS: We Talked To LINE Security Engineer Robin Lunde This week we talked Robin Lunde, Security Engineer at LINE. We wanted to learn more about Robin's journey into cybersecurity as well as get his take on current issues in the industry. LINE is one of the most popular messaging apps in Asia Pacific. The app allows users to exchanged images, texts, videos, conduct VoIP conservations, and more. Back in 2016, LINE launched its own public bug bounty program to boost its security and has paid out US$300,000 in bounties to hackers around the wo...
  22. SFCS: We Interview Aaron Zander, Head of IT at HackerOne Next up in our Stories From Cybersecurity series, we have an interview with Aaron Zander, Head of IT at HackerOne. HackerOne is a leading bug bounty solutions provider that is dedicated to helping organizations improve their cybersecurity through ethical hacking. As passionate and outspoken ethical hacking proponents ourselves, we were excited to learn more about Aaron's journey into cybersecurity and get his opinions on some industry hot topics. Let's take a look. How did you get ...
  23. January 2020 GIVEAWAY: T-SHIRT - Bug Bounty Hunter - Pentester ! #GIVEAWAY Winners announced 31 Jan at 3:00pm #BUGBOUNTY HUNTER Edition T-shirt #myhackertech Stand a chance to win 1 of these tshirts : Comment by tagging a friend , Share this post on IG stories Follow us at instagram, facebook, twitter @MyHackerTechVisit our site and subscribe to our newsletter or register account on our site via FB/IG/Twitter View this post on Instagram #GIVEAWAY Winners announced 31 Jan at 3:00pm #BUGBOUNTY HUNTER Edition T-shirt #myhac...
  24. December 2019 GIVEAWAY: T-SHIRT - Bug Bounty Hunter - Pentester ! #GIVEAWAY Winners announced Tuesday 31 Dec at 3:00pm #BUGBOUNTY HUNTER Edition T-shirt #myhackertech Stand a chance to win 1 of these tshirts :✔️Follow us at @MyHackerTech✔️Visit our site and subscribe to our newsletter or register✔️Retweet this and tag a friend pic.twitter.com/P8lbO4HWrS — MyHackerTech (@MyHackerTech) December 16, 2019 DisclaimerThis promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook or Instagram or Twitter. You understand that y...
  25. November 2019 GIVEAWAY: T-SHIRT - Bug Bounty Hunter - Pentester ! #GIVEAWAY#BUGBOUNTY HUNTER Edition T-shirt #myhackertech Stand a chance to win 1 of this tshirt :✔️Follow us at @MyHackerTech ✔️Visit our site and subscribe to our newsletter or register✔️Retweet this and tag a friend✔️Winners announced Friday 6 Dec at 3:00pm pic.twitter.com/6X7obzvYLL — MyHackerTech (@MyHackerTech) November 22, 2019 DisclaimerThis promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook or Instagram or Twitter. You understand that you ar...
  26. AUGUST GIVEAWAY: T-SHIRT - I'm a hacker! Global entry! It has been a while between drinks, but we have an awesome T-shirt for one lucky winner!This t-shirt is everything you've dreamed of and more. It feels soft and lightweight, with the right amount of stretch. It's comfortable and flattering for both men and women. How to WinStep 1 - Like our Facebook Fan Page at https://www.facebook.com/myhackertechStep 2 – Follow MyHackertech’s Instagram Profile at https://www.instagram.com/myhackertech/Step 3 - Subscribe to our newslet...
  27. Too young to start hacking? Absolutely not! One of our major flaws as human beings is that we spend far too much time and energy wondering whether it is the right time to do something. Nowhere is this truer than in our careers where the consequences of a wrong decision can send us down a path we didn’t want to travel. This fear of making the wrong decision is what keeps people in careers that they have long since lost passion for. Sometimes we struggle to take a risk on ourselves, even though we’d encourage our friends and family to...
  28. How Hackers, Hacktivists, Security Researchers, Pentesters, System Administrators, and Cybersecurity Pros have Influenced Cyberpunk Fashion While it's difficult to find a precise definition of Cyberpunk fashion, most people tend to agree it should envoke the cyberpunk philosophy of "High Tech, Low Life". The two elements at play here is this need for a techy or futuristic component and a casual or comfortable delivery. Hackers and Cybersecurity Pros don't tend to be known for their sense of fashion, but fashion does still play a prominent role in any mass gatherings of people at events such as the cybersecurity ...
  29. Vesky Shares His IT Security Story We're back to share another story from someone in the field of IT Security! At MyHackerTech we want to celebrate the diversity in the cybersecurity industry by sharing the inspirational stories of the people in the industry. With the IT security industry booming, many prospective IT professionals are wondering what they need to do to kick start their career. They are also wondering if they have the necessary skills to start a career in the industry. We want to demystify the fields of IT...
  30. Women in Cybersecurity: We Talk to an Inspirational Woman Starting Her Career in the Industry The importance of gender diversity in the workplace is now better understood by businesses and industries. Engaging women and girls into roles that have been traditionally acquired by men can give a business several benefits. For example, by engaging women, businesses can open themselves up to a wider talent pool, increased innovation stemming from different perspectives, and enhance collaboration. Women account for 50% of the population, and by not engaging with women businesses are cut...
  31. September 2019 GIVEAWAY: T-SHIRT - Bug Bounty Hunter! Global entry! It has been a while between drinks, but we have an awesome T-shirt for one lucky winner!This t-shirt is everything you've dreamed of and more. It feels soft and lightweight, with the right amount of stretch. It's comfortable and flattering for both men and women. How to Win Step 1 Subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of the page on https://myhackertech.com or register account on https://myhackertech.com/account/register/ Step 2 - Make a comment on the post ...