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hacker-ng: Farming the Future IT Crowd - Phil Grimes (th3grap3ap3) OISF 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

hacker-ng: Farming the Future IT Crowd
Phil Grimes (th3grap3ap3)

With growing trends in globalization, the Information Technology bundle of industries continue to be saturated with bodies and starving for talent at the same time. In this session, hear the perception of a basement hacker turned IT professional about learning how to learn, the challenges of growing up in "the underground", and bridging the gap into the professional arena; and members of the Reynoldsburg High School Cyber Patriot team who are forging their skills and identities within the Information Security crowd. We have to grow beyond "turning it off and then turning it back on again". Fostering the growth of talented kids is vital to strengthening the ranks of industry roles in the future by getting involved and engaging them on their turf. This is a high-level discussion on how we (and our peers) view, interact with, and take part in watering the fruit of tomorrow,s IT Crowd.

Phil Grimes is parent, biker, and Information Security Professional with experience in providing security assessments and penetration testing services to organizations ranging from small businesses, financial institutions, e-commerce, telecommunications, manufacturing, education and government agencies, as well as international corporations. Phil started working with network and Internet security as a hobby harassing AOL in the late 1990,s, developing his technical skill set independently until joining the professional security industry in 2009. After a change in career trajectory in 2012, vulnerability research and exploit development became a main focus of attention. Phil,s experience in application security, penetration testing, mobile/Smart Phone security, and social engineering have proven successful in assessments for high profile customers both domestically and around the globe. An accomplished speaker and presenter, Phil has engaged on various topics for notacon, CUISPA conferences, OWASP meetings, and at the Central Ohio ISSA InfoSec Summit in addition to various other speaking appearances to a wide range of audiences.

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