What first attracted you to the world of Pen-testing?
I was sick of the office job I had at the time. I wanted to do an M.Sc. so I could go back and have another year in Uni. I looked down the list of courses and choose Security simply because ‘Computer Forensics’ sounded cool to me (I was wrong about Computer Forensics being cool mind).
Tell us about what you do here.
I’m in charge of the product strategy for our online platform. It’s basically a creative role where I’m either responding to client's pain-points with new sets of features, or I come up with my own ideas, I think they'll value.
Outline a typical day.
Essentially I lounge around waiting for divine inspiration for a new platform idea. About once every two months, it arrives. Then I simply draw a picture of that idea and hand it over to someone who does the actual work to turn it into a reality. Also, every once in a while I might do some pen-testing - depends on how I feel.
What have you been working on mostly since joining OnSecurity?
Well, I Co-founded OnSecurity, so I’ve mostly been working on turning nothing into something.
What are you most excited about in the coming months?
It’s all a bit secret squirrel at the minute but we’re about to release two big features that have never been done before in the world, ever.