[WEBINAR - SOCAL]The Bug Bounty Life
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[WEBINAR - SOCAL]The Bug Bounty Life

There are many cybersecurity job roles available today, however, there is one role that isn’t much talked about – Bug Bunty hunter. Jennifer and Johnny Villarreal are siblings, full time Cybersecurity professionals, as well as bug bounty hunters in their part time as members of the Synack Red Team. This event provides insight into their journey, ways to defeat career barriers, and training methods to advance to new levels.

8/15/2020
When: 8/15/2020
10:00 AM
Where: Virtual
United States
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There are many cybersecurity job roles available today, however, there is one role that isn’t much talked about – Bug Bunty hunter.

Jennifer and Johnny Villarreal are siblings, full time Cybersecurity professionals, as well as bug bounty hunters in their part time as members of the Synack Red Team. This event provides insight into their journey, ways to defeat career barriers, and training methods to advance to new levels.

**During their presentation they will talk about (1) How does a bug bounty program work? (2) Why doing bug bounties? (3) How to get started in bug bounty? (4) What skill sets are required? (5) How did Johnny and Jennifer start their journey? (6) What tools do they utilize? **

Bio:
Johnny Villarreal is an ethical hacker from Southern California. He spent six years as a military signals intelligence analyst, taught Cybersecurity at UC Irvine, hacks for the Synack Red Team, and works as an Information Security Manager and individual project contributor for MITRE. He hosts various offensive security workshops at various colleges, universities, and security conferences. Johnny often seeks ways and opportunities to help develop the cyber workforce of the future.

Jennifer Villarreal works as a security researcher for Synack and a Systems Administrator for Raytheon. She served 6 years in the Army as a SATCOM Operator and built secure tactical networks overseas. In her free time, she volunteers for WiCyS SOCAL (Women in Cyber Security), security workshops, and trains on Hack the Box and Port Swigger Academy for fun.