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 Jeremiah Grossman

Profile of Jeremiah Grossman

Member Since: 3/3/2015
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Jeremiah Grossman, Chief of Security Strategy, SentinelOne, Professional Hacker, Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, & Founder of WhiteHat Security.

Jeremiah Grossman's career spans nearly 20 years. He has lived a literal lifetime in computer security to become one of the industry's biggest names. He has received a number of industry awards, been publicly thanked by Microsoft, Mozilla, Google, Facebook, and many others for his security research. Jeremiah has written hundreds of articles and white papers. As an industry veteran, he has been featured in hundreds of media outlets around the world. Jeremiah has been a guest speaker on six continents at hundreds of events and including many top universities. All of this was after Jeremiah served as an information security officer at Yahoo!

Articles by Jeremiah Grossman

Obamas War On Hackers

4/6/2015
Cybersecurity legislation, for the most part, is a good idea. But not without protections for bug bounty programs and other vital, proactive security research.

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You Can't Always Be Proactive

10/8/2009
Having your car serviced regularly, stretching before working out, and visiting the dentist twice a year are known to prevent engine failure, physical injury, and potentially life-threatening gingivitis. In addition, being proactive also extends to the world of information security.

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Disclosure Helps Bad Guys -- But Not The Way You'd Think

6/4/2009
When publicly disclosing new attack techniques or simplifying older ones, many researchers -- including myself -- have been accused of indirectly assisting the bad guys by schooling them in their evil ways. Admittedly, we can never really be sure we're not helping them, but at the same time, we can't be certain the bad guys don't already know what we do.

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