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Education: CISSP, RHCSA

Highlights of your career? Reverse engineering human brain patterns.

What malware do you hate the most? Nation state sponsored low and slow.

Favorite activities? Building and flying airplanes.

What is your golden rule for cyberspace? Stupid hurts.

When did you get your first computer and what kind was it? 1988, Radio Shack TRS-80.

Favorite computer game/activity? Java/Big Data algorithms to find brain patterns.

RSA – day 3: Security for those who don’t know what that means

Here at RSA, an increasing amount of security purchases are made by those who got the task dumped in their laps, but who have little or no formal or practical training.

RSA 2017 – day 2: Attacking yourself

Want to find holes in your security perimeter? What better way than to attempt to attack yourself, and here at RSA there are plenty of tools to help.

RSA 2017: The year the little guys get swallowed up

RSA feels like a mashup of giant tech Titans steadily swallowing up the little guys to make one massive, unholy tech monster. But how does that really work for small businesses as customers, and the rest of us?

PayPal users targeted in sophisticated new phishing campaign

Recent phishing scams targeted both Gmail and Yahoo, and now attackers have their sights set on PayPal with some very convincing bait.

Ransomware: Should you pay up?

ESET’s Cameron Camp provides valuable insight into what you should do if you’re a victim of ransomware.

CES: IoT security comes of age

For years, IoT security seemed like solving a problem that didn’t exist. Not anymore says ESET’s Cameron Camp, who was at this year’s CES.

Connected car hacking: Who’s to blame?

ESET’s Cameron Camp just about recovered from the sensory overload that is CES to gather his thoughts on what was another fascinating event.

Retailers! Avoid getting hacked during the holiday season (or any other time of the year)

Tips for cash-strapped retailers looking to avoid getting hacked, during the holiday shopping season, or any other season.

Security by design for mobile device manufacturers

ESET’s Cameron Camp takes a closer look at security by design for mobile device manufacturers, assessing where we are and where we are heading.

Hacking is legal again finally (sometimes)

Go ahead and hack your car, that’s fine now. Go ahead and hack the Department of Defense, that’s okay too under new policies. It wasn’t always this way.

DDoS robots for the masses: IoT security comes of age

IoT security matters more than ever, explains ESET’s Cameron Camp, as the technology, which offers us so much, is vulnerable to attack from cybercriminals.

VMworld: The year of the developer

At VMworld there are a bewildering number of technologies trying to integrate in order to provide your data to entire networks, reports ESET’s Cameron Camp.

VMworld: Can you trust your API?

All too commonly API security is something of an afterthought, says ESET’s Cameron Camp at this year’s VMworld. This needs to change.

VMworld: Do you know where your data is?

VMworld this year feels like a confessional – operators coming clean about their lack of data visibility, heads hung in shame, says ESET’s Cameron Camp.

Car hacking: Defcon style

This year at Defcon, the car hacking village is bigger than ever, says Cameron Camp. Key observation? The tools are getting better.

Black Hat 2016: When middleware takes over the world

In years past at Black Hat here in Las Vegas, there was row after row of hardware, then, in later years, row after row of software – Now there’s row after row of middleware.

Interop: Getting a few more years out of your tech

Remember when a 100 gigabyte hard drive was huge? I try not to think about it, but I also remember when no one could figure out what to do with a hard drive “that large”.

The perimeter is everywhere (so where is your data really?)

It’s hard to protect what you don’t understand. It’s also hard to protect data if you don’t know where it is. ESET’s Cameron Camp looks explores the challenges of data security.

RSA: Will your next phone have quantum cryptographic 2FA?

Yes or no, will your next phone have quantum cryptographic 2FA? If one of the vendors here at RSA has anything to do with it, the answer will be ‘yes’ says ESET’s Cameron Camp.

Security is ‘easy’: Just ask someone at RSA

This year RSA is drowning in buzzword-laden security startups. If you’ve got a next-gen cloud-enabled startup that catches 100% of zero days no has even thought of yet, there’s an RSA booth for you. No track record? No problem. Not sure whether it’s hardware or software? No problem. The problem is that real security is really hard.

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