47 min

Uncaged with Jeremiah Grossman, Jeremiah Batac & Tyler Bohlmann BarCode

    • Technology

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is extremely difficult to master since it goes against conventional thinking. It is procedural and it is technical. While in combat, chaos ensues although the fighters must stay laser focused. Just as one needs to apply the proper technique in BJJ, cybersecurity professionals must find ways to creatively apply their techniques in unconventional attack scenarios as well. It’s proven that implementing fundamental BJJ concepts and principles will help strengthen the core of your security strategy, tactics and overall mindset. The methodology also will help minimize the risk of an organizational tapout.

Security experts and highly skilled BJJ practitioners Jeremiah Grossman, Jeremiah Batac and Tyler Bohlmann join me to watch the main event at BarCode. As the highly anticipated Jiu-Jitsu match progresses, we discuss the parallels between security and BJJ including the importance of preparation, mind-preparedness, training, energy conservation, overcoming adversary, embracing the grind and keys to victory.

SYMLINKS
BJJ Wiki
BJJ Terminology
Jiu Jitsu vs InfoSec (Tim MalcomVetter)
The Caipirinha
Hacker Dojo
Old Ox Brewery – Cream #9
JEREMIAH GROSSMAN
LinkedIn
Twitter
Personal Website
BJJ Smackdown @ BlackHat 2019

JEREMIAH BATAC
LinkedIn
NetSecTap
Udemy
Abmar Barbossa Jiu-Jitsu Academy

TYLER BOHLMANN
LinkedIn
Playing with Packets

DRINK INSTRUCTION
CAIPIRINHA
1/2 Lime
2 tsp Superfine Sugar
2 oz Cachaca
Cut half of a lime into small wedges. Place the lime and sugar into an old-fashioned glass and muddle well. Top the drink with cachaça and stir well. Fill the glass with small ice cubes or cracked ice, and stir again.
CONNECT WITH US
www.barcodesecurity.com
Become a Sponsor
Follow us on LinkedIn
Tweet us at @BarCodeSecurity
Email us at info@barcodesecurity.com

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is extremely difficult to master since it goes against conventional thinking. It is procedural and it is technical. While in combat, chaos ensues although the fighters must stay laser focused. Just as one needs to apply the proper technique in BJJ, cybersecurity professionals must find ways to creatively apply their techniques in unconventional attack scenarios as well. It’s proven that implementing fundamental BJJ concepts and principles will help strengthen the core of your security strategy, tactics and overall mindset. The methodology also will help minimize the risk of an organizational tapout.

Security experts and highly skilled BJJ practitioners Jeremiah Grossman, Jeremiah Batac and Tyler Bohlmann join me to watch the main event at BarCode. As the highly anticipated Jiu-Jitsu match progresses, we discuss the parallels between security and BJJ including the importance of preparation, mind-preparedness, training, energy conservation, overcoming adversary, embracing the grind and keys to victory.

SYMLINKS
BJJ Wiki
BJJ Terminology
Jiu Jitsu vs InfoSec (Tim MalcomVetter)
The Caipirinha
Hacker Dojo
Old Ox Brewery – Cream #9
JEREMIAH GROSSMAN
LinkedIn
Twitter
Personal Website
BJJ Smackdown @ BlackHat 2019

JEREMIAH BATAC
LinkedIn
NetSecTap
Udemy
Abmar Barbossa Jiu-Jitsu Academy

TYLER BOHLMANN
LinkedIn
Playing with Packets

DRINK INSTRUCTION
CAIPIRINHA
1/2 Lime
2 tsp Superfine Sugar
2 oz Cachaca
Cut half of a lime into small wedges. Place the lime and sugar into an old-fashioned glass and muddle well. Top the drink with cachaça and stir well. Fill the glass with small ice cubes or cracked ice, and stir again.
CONNECT WITH US
www.barcodesecurity.com
Become a Sponsor
Follow us on LinkedIn
Tweet us at @BarCodeSecurity
Email us at info@barcodesecurity.com

47 min

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