Cyber attackers aren’t passive. defenders can’t be either
Published by Raytheon
As a cyber engineer, he is more than familiar with the internet, cybersecurity and the threats that exist online. But once he learned more about known cyber exploits and vulnerabilities, and started thinking like a hacker, he quickly realized that he needed to do more to protect his devices. “It's like in Harry Potter where they had ‘Defense Against the Dark Arts’ teachers who taught the wizarding students all the dark arts so they knew how to defend themselves against it,” said Ferguson, who works in computer network operations at Raytheon Intelligence & Space’s Cyber Offense and Defense Experts, or CODEX.