BRIAN WHIPP CYBERSECURITY
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Welcome to my Cybersecurity blog!
I recently completed the University of Texas at Austin's six month cybersecurity boot camp and am looking forward to beginning my career in the industry.
Before taking this course I worked in IT for several years, and prior to that I worked in mobile app development. I completed my bachelors degree in 2007 from Loyola Marymount University with a major in animation and a minor in computer science, and worked for several years in the Animation / Visual Effects industry after I graduated.
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UT Austin Cybersecurity Bootcamp Final Presentation
Our final project for the UT Austin boot camp was to give an in-class presentation showing either a cybersecurity tool not covered in class, an exploit or vulnerability, or to design code to accomplish a cybersecurity goal.
For my presentation I teamed up with two of my fellow classmates, Angel Aguilar and Milo Williams to do a presentation on Bluetooth Technology.
For my portion, I briefly went over the background of Bluetooth and how it works, and then showed some useful reconnaissance tools that allow you to see what devices are in your area and what services they employ.
After that, Angel and Milo explained some ways bluetooth devices can be hacked.