Founder of the Hacking Dojo and the De -ICE pentest liveCD project, Thomas Wilhelm has been an associate professor at an NSACAE university, who has taught information assurance for many years at both the masters and undergraduate level. He has been a penetration tester and project manager of a pentest team for fortune 100 companies, and spent the last 20+ years involved in information security.
Thomas has written and authored numerous articles and books over the years on hacking; the latest is titled “Ninja Hacking,” published by Syngress. He has also written another very successful book titled “Professional Penetration Testing,” which successfully propelled thousands of people towards a career in pentesting. Thomas holds two masters degrees (MSCS, MSM) and maintains the following certifications: ISSMP, CISSP, CCNP Security, SCSECA, SCNA, SCSA
Todd Kendall the Hacking Dojo Content Lead and is works as an Associate Director for Threat and Vulnerability Management outside the Dojo. Todd is an experienced security consultant in the commercial security world, as well as within the highly secure networks for the Department of Defense (DOD). He has been tasked with security policy development, network security design and review, vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, and intrusion detection, analysis, and response, router and switch configuration, firewall configuration and management, enterprise management systems, software implementation, hardware configuration, wireless reviews and forensics. He is also responsible for performing vulnerability and risk assessments on operational networks within the finance, healthcare, airline, utility industries, as well as migration into Cloud environments.
QA Lead and graduating student of the Hacking Dojo, Martijn has the tough role of finding the errors and omissions within the student material.