Graham Helton is currently a Red Team Specialist at Google specializing in Linux exploitation. Graham posts frequently on his website https://grahamhelton.com with deep dives on various security related topics. Additionally he has taught practical phishing assessments for TCM-security, which is now released for free online and founded a security consulting company, Low Orbit Security. In his free time he likes to pretend like he knows what he's doing.
Enjoys: Linux, videogames, coffee, FPV drones
Your brain can only hold so much information about any given topic, so getting that information out of your brain and into a more long term storage solution is a highly effective way to take your career to the next level. In this presentation I will distill the lessons I've learned after passing over 15 industry certifications and taking dozens of industry trainings by demonstrating with live demos of how I keep all that knowledge easily accessible.
As security professionals we are often expected to know every detail about every technology/attack/tool as soon as it comes out. Unfortunately our brains did not evolve to think this way. This presentation delves into the importance of note-taking in cybersecurity and offers actionable strategies and techniques to maximize the value you get out of your research, training, and certifications.