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My Infosec Training Journey


I’m creating this page to keep track of the Infosec trainings that I got to take over the years. If there’s a lengthy blog post associated with a class, I’ll link it here. If you have any questions about any of the class, feel free to email me and I will happily answer any questions! :)


  • SANS - SEC 534 - Secure DevOps: A Practical Introduction
  • SANS - FOR 572 -Adv. Network Forensics: Threat Hunting, Analysis, and Incident Response
  • SANS - DEV 522 - Defending Web Applications Security Essentials


  • Practical DevSecOps




  • OSXCollector - Mac Forensic Collection
  • Elasticsearch Engineer II
  • SANS - SEC 560 - Network penetration Testing & Ethical Hacking
  • Offensive Security - Penetration testing With Kali Linux
  • FocalPoint - Assembly for Reverse Engineers


  • CSIRT Bootcamp


  • Building Web Applications with ASP.NET MVC
  • C# Programming
  • Programming with .NET: Comprehensive Hands on introduction


Since I get asked this question a lot: While work does support 1-2 trainings per year, I actually take vacation and pay out of pocket for most of these. I invest about ~30% of my earnings after tax to everything books and education related, and while I know it’s not feasible for everyone, that’s how I did it. I also work at a lot of SANS event as both facilitator and moderator. It’s super fun to get involved, learn, and meet new friends in the security field!