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Now displaying: Category: interview,Careers,Leadership,Penetration Testing
Mar 6, 2021

Phillip will discuss his passion for offensive cybersecurity education, mentoring, and getting started in pentesting. He co-authored a book based on his conference talk "The Pentester Blueprint: Starting a Career as an Ethical Hacker." He will also talk about his community involvement with the Innocent Lives Foundation, The Pwn School Project, and Hacking is NOT a Crime.

His book: https://www.wiley.com/en-us/The+Pentester+BluePrint%3A+Starting+a+Career+as+an+Ethical+Hacker-p-9781119684305

The Pwn School Project meetup: https://pwnschool.com/

INE (https://ine.com), Phillip's employer offers a free starter pass for training in four different areas of technology; Penetration Testing Student, Getting started in networking, Azure fundamentals, first steps in data science with Python: https://checkout.ine.com/starter-pass

 

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