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Going To The Dark Side: A Look Into My Transition From Technologist To Salesman - Aaron Ansari (Central Ohio Infosec Summit 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Going To The Dark Side: A Look Into My Transition From Technologist To Salesman
Aaron Ansari

Exec/Management - Session #9 - Aaron Ansari Aaron had spent over a decade in technical roles at large enterprises around Central Ohio. Recently, however, he's shifted career focus as a Director of Sales for PhishMe - in a non-technical, commission-based capacity. Join Aaron to explore what it is like "on the Dark side" of IT - as a vendor. Topics will include: identifying types of positions, working for commissions, setting quarterly goals, and staying semi-technical.

Bio: Aaron Ansari has served as a Director of Sales for PhishMe, responsible for the Eastern half of the United States and Canada, since 2011. During that time, Aaron has helped PhishMe more than double its customer base. Prior to PhishMe, Aaron worked in information security for BMW Financial Services, where he was the Chief Security Architect for North America and oversaw the continued development of IS application security policies, standards, and guidelines. Aaron's experience also includes security and Forensics & Information Risk Management positions at JP Morgan Chase, Cardinal Health, and Huntington National Banks. Aaron regularly presents on security topics at conferences around the country, and serves as adjunct instructor at Franklin University.

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