Sep 13, 2021
Hacking is often associated with bad behavior, but there are good guys out there who use hacking models to help ensure products aren’t exploited by ill-intentioned parties. This is part of the offensive security research (OSR) process. Today, Camille’s speaking with Jason M. Fung, Director, Offensive Security Research & Academic Research Engagement at Intel, who breaks down why offensive security research is such a crucial practice. In their discussion, they also cover the importance of thinking like an ill-intentioned hacker, the important skills and traits of ideal hackers, why perspectives from external organizations for offensive security research can be beneficial, and more!
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