** This is a re-do from about two years ago. Tornadoes and hurricane Irma caused me to not be able to complete the session **
I'll be hosting a three part Cybersecurity Q&A in this sub (/v/programming) starting this Saturday, March 10th at 7 PM Eastern and lasting three hours. The sessions will be each Saturday, same time and length, for three weeks.
About me: I am a Cybersecurity researcher with formal training in EC-Council C|EH, C|HFI, Network Defense, and other related topics. I have a background in programming, networking (layer 2 and 3), database management, project management, covering military and private sectors over the last 20 years.
I am not doing this to promote myself for job recruitment opportunities. The sessions are provided as a means to transfer knowledge, exchange ideas, and enhance personal and professional growth in the Cybersecurity field for all involved.
Intended Audience These sessions are meant for individuals in upper management or senior positions, but all are welcome. No topic or questions are considered off-limits, but please try to keep the conversation to subject matter that pertains to the widest audience for the benefit of all involved.
I'll do my best to answer every question, but time and upvoats dictate the flow.
Please Note I won't divulge information or participate in activity which is considered illegal (in the United States); I operate in a strictly non-Black Hat manner. That being said, there is plenty of room for quality intellectual conversation and discussion on the topics at hand.
Edit: Due to downvoates I am driven to indicate that although cybersecurity isn't necessarily programming related directly, it must be acknowledged that programming and cybersecurity are intricately intertwined, those who do not yet acknowledge it or want to learn more about why and how this could be, I highly encourage you to attend these sessions to broaden your understanding!