Joseph Muniz is an architect and security researcher in the Cisco Security Sales and Engineering Organization. He is driven by making the world a safer place through education and adversary research. Joseph has extensive experience in designing security solutions and architectures as a trusted advisor for the top Fortune 500 corporations and US Government.
Joseph is a researcher and industry thought leader. He speaks regularly at international conferences, writes for technical magazines and is involved with developing training for various industry certifications. He invented the fictitious character of Emily Williams to create awareness around Social Engineering. Joseph runs thesecurityblogger.com website, a popular resource for security and product implementation. He is the author and contributor of several publications including titles ranging from security best practices to exploitation tactics. Joseph’s latest title, Digital Forensics for Network Engineers was released 2018 with two new titles on SOC and VPN coming in 2020.
When Joseph is not using technology, you can find him on the futbal field. Follow Joseph @SecureBlogger.
Author: Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime with Kali Linux Fundamentals — Video Sept 2017 Cisco Press – HERE
Author: CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst CSA+ (CS0-001) Complete Video Course and Practice Test — Video Oct 2017 Pearson – HERE
Article: Launching Social Media Based Attack – PenTest Magazine, Nov 2013
Article: Compromising Passwords w/ Kali Linux – PenTest Magazine, July 2013
Reviewer: Kali Linux Social Engineering – Packt Publishing, Dec 2013
Reviewer: Instant XenMobile MDM – Packt Publishing, Sept 2013
Reviewer: Citrix XenMobile Mobile Device Management – Packt Pub, Feb 2014
Reviewer: Getting Started With XenDesktop 7.x – Packt Pub, April 2014
Reviewer: Kali Linux CTF Blueprints– Packt Pub, Aug 2014
Reviewer: Building Virtual Pentesting Labs for Advanced Penetration Testing 2nd edition– Packt Pub, Aug 2016
Reviewer: Penetration Testing with Raspberry Pi 2nd edition– Packt Pub, Dec 2016
I hold many certifications to include:
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