I analyze vulnerabilities for a living. What more can I say?
I am a security professional by both blood and hard work. I grew up with both of my parents as security professionals and now I am one. I am a holder of various security certifications like C|EH, Security+, CySA+, PenTest+, CASP+, SSCP, and ECSA. I am actively pursuing more certifications like OSCP and CHFI with CISSP on my radar once I can qualify. In my free time I like to try and tackle more hands on learning experiences with coding and command line.
You can find my published research here: https://www.wordfence.com/blog/author/wfchloe/
Disclaimer: I just started public speaking and I am fairly new to this world.
I decided it was time for me to get outside of my comfort zone and start engaging in public speaking. Although scary at first (and still a little nerve racking), I now try to attend as many WordCamps as possible to help promote security awareness in the WordPress community. See if I am speaking at your next local WordCamp!
I have spoken at the following WordCamps on the Following Topics:
WordCamp NYC 2018: How to Optimally Secure your WordPress Environment.
WordCamp Vancouver 2018: How to Optimally Secure your WordPress Environment.
WordCamp Raleigh 2019: Passwords are one of your biggest Weaknesses. Don’t be a victim.
WordCamp Miami 2019: 7 Steps to Secure your WordPress and 7 Tips to Keep it Secure.
WordCamp NYC 2019: Google Search: inurl:/wp-content/plugins/vulnerable-plugins
This might just be my favorite part of working remotely.
I have seen more of the world than I would have ever thought at this age and I am still going. I love seeing the history of old towns and enjoy the memories created while traveling. My favorite places are those hidden gems you come across when exploring without a destination. I have worked on trains, busses, boats, and plane.
One of my more memorable offices was a cruise ship crossing the Atlantic for 13 days. It’s always exciting on the go.