55 min

Hacking Cybersecurity Innovation + DEF CON CTF with Yan Shoshitaishvil‪i‬ Untold Stories of Innovation

    • Entrepreneurship

Why do stories matter to the innovation process? What values can be instilled in innovators who share stories? How do innovation leaders inspire creators to tell and share their success and failure stories? We speak with Yan Shoshitaishvili, assistant professor at Arizona State University and co-creator of a fully autonomous hacking system, angr. He is part of the Order of the Overflow, organizers of the hacking conference DEF CON CTF. Yan has created a website for people interested in learning about cybersecurity through code-breaker games, https://pwn.college/. PWN is described as helpful for beginners to learn the very basics of hacking. Now, not only is there a website for cybersecurity beginners, but Arizona State University has a six-month program where one is paid as a grad student, to better understand what graduate-level cybersecurity study entails. Then, the chosen individual will better understand cybersecurity research, allowing them to make an informed decision on pursuing a graduate degree. If you want to learn more, contact Yan at yans@asu.edu. You can also connect with him on social media: Twitter, @Zardus, and LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/yan-shoshitaishvili-7024305/.

Why do stories matter to the innovation process? What values can be instilled in innovators who share stories? How do innovation leaders inspire creators to tell and share their success and failure stories? We speak with Yan Shoshitaishvili, assistant professor at Arizona State University and co-creator of a fully autonomous hacking system, angr. He is part of the Order of the Overflow, organizers of the hacking conference DEF CON CTF. Yan has created a website for people interested in learning about cybersecurity through code-breaker games, https://pwn.college/. PWN is described as helpful for beginners to learn the very basics of hacking. Now, not only is there a website for cybersecurity beginners, but Arizona State University has a six-month program where one is paid as a grad student, to better understand what graduate-level cybersecurity study entails. Then, the chosen individual will better understand cybersecurity research, allowing them to make an informed decision on pursuing a graduate degree. If you want to learn more, contact Yan at yans@asu.edu. You can also connect with him on social media: Twitter, @Zardus, and LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/yan-shoshitaishvili-7024305/.

55 min

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