If you found this, five points for beginning your OSINT journey about me. :-)
Over 15 years ago, I moved into information security, having worked in web and ‘new media’. I started out with technical writing, providing secure coding training for devs, which then evolved into a security architect role, before becoming an application security pen tester. On the latter, I specialized a lot in mobile, delving into things such as encryption for mobile apps. After three years I got bored and wanted to move on.
In early 2018 I officially moved into Red Teaming and haven’t looked back since. My apprenticeship is a never ending and immersive one … hence why I love the phrase ‘always learning’. Red Teamers often have to spend some of their time creating … a combination of tools and infrastructure. I love automation technologies such as Ansible and Terraform to help me utilize DevOps principles in a Red Team context. You can read my latest talk on the subject here.
I love to share my knowledge with others - either my co-workers or people who are trying to get into the infosec industry. Hopefully you’ll learn a thing or two from what I have to share on this site.
Outside of work I do some responsible disclosure, sharpen my skillset on a home lab, and have a passion for popping boxes from the likes of Vulnhub or Hackthebox.eu etc (how can you tell? :) ). When I am not doing that, I love getting out and about cycling.
All opinions expressed on this site are mine and don’t reflect the policies or opinions of my employer in any shape or form.
If you need to get hold of me, reach out via twitter: jckhmr_t