Presented by Hack The Box
More and more people are embarking on a career in cybersecurity, and the world’s leading Universities are playing an increasingly important role in preparing students for the demands of the professional world.
So how does Hack The Box fit into the curriculum?Originally recorded live during the Hack The Box University CTF 2021, our very own Angelos Liapas was joined by leading security professors from Auburn University, National University, and the University of Sheffield to discuss how they implement HTB solutions to develop students' practical skills.
Duration: 35 minutes
Angelos plays a pivotal role in the Commercial team at HTB, looking after both our private and public sector customers and higher education institutions, ensuring the optimal deployment of Hack The Box solutions to fulfill their needs.
He has held various Commercial positions during his career and holds an MBA from the American College of Thessaloniki.
Jason is a knowledgeable security practitioner with demonstrated experience in varied technical and management areas.
He has experience across organizational security assessment, design and deployment of security solutions, development of security-focused training courses, and leadership of varying sized teams based on customer needs.
As a collaborative Information Security Executive, Christopher has extensive experience managing large IT projects, implementing security programs, and solving complex problems in the public (military) and private sectors.
Currently, he oversees all aspects of the Cybersecurity program at National University, including leading a team of 50 nationally dispersed adjunct faculty and 3 full-time faculty.
Sina received his BSc in Information Technology from Azad University in Iran in 2012 and MSc in Security Informatics in 2013 from the University of Abertay Dundee. He received his PhD in Cybersecurity at Sheffield Hallam University in 2019.
Currently, Sina is a lecturer in Cybersecurity at Sheffield Hallam University. His research interests encompass interdisciplinary pursuits including network and computer security, information security, cybersecurity, and data mining.