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Secrets of Running a Consulting Business Hack3rcon 3 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Secrets of Running a Consulting Business
Hack3rcon 3

Consulting, either on the side or full time, is a great way to pick up cash and have a much better time than sitting in your cube leveling up in El Diablo while avoiding staff meetings. But how do you get into it, and how do avoid failure Lots of intel is available on consulting, but most of it is fluff put out by people just looking to make a buck. What's the real deal, and are there some key aspects of
it that make or break the opportunity? In this education session, Brian Martin goes over what's worked for him and why, what specifically needs to be done to get the opportunities, how meaningless your twitter feed is, and the hidden advantages that make consulting so much more desirable than an office job. He'll also talk about the disadvantages, risks, and hazards so you can make the right decisions about getting into consulting in INFOSEC.

Brian Martin

Brian Martin works for Digital Trust in Allentown, PA, a small INFOSEC firm specializing in civil litigation eForensics and preservation, OSINT, and the occasional penetration test and security assessment. An avid prepper, Brian has taught dozens of people how to handle firearms and emphasizes the 6P's in all things. He thinks bio's are a waste of time better spent minimizing tax profiles or practicing locksport.

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