Mohammed Aldoub is an independent security consultant and Blackhat Trainer from Kuwait, who, in his 12 years of experience, worked on creating Kuwait’s national infrastructure for PKI, cryptography, smartcards and authentication.
Mohammed delivers security trainings, workshops and talks in events like Blackhat (USA,EU, Asia),DEFCON, SANS, RSA, SecTor, Infosec in the City, OPCDE, SEC-T, CyberNights around the world in places like the Netherlands, USA, Sweden, London, Czech Republic, Singapore, Dubai, Lebanon, Riyadh, Kuwait, and others.
Mohammed is focusing now on APIs, secure devops, modern appsec, cloud-native security, applied cryptography, security architecture and microservices.
He is the author of “barq”, the AWS post exploitation attack framework, which you can find at: https://github.com/Voulnet/barq and he’s also the author of Desharialize, which you can find at: https://github.com/Voulnet/desharialize Mohammed is deeply interested in malware, especially those used by state actors in the Middle East zone, where he volunteered as OWASP Kuwait’s chapter leader. You can find his twitter account at https://twitter.com/Voulnet You can find his Github accout at: https://github.com/voulnet