May 11, 2021

what percentage of security professionals are most likely still grey hats and who is likely to be that person? What about for black hats?

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  • #382486

    anonymous
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    So if someone is working as a job in cybersecurity, how likely are they to secretly be a grey hat hacker and what kind of person is still a grey hat hacker when they grow older? Do people in cybersecurity ever still tend to be black hat?

    What would you recommend someone working in cybersecurity looks out for when it comes to other people who work at their organization?

    This is not just about grey or black hats who target the organization they work for but in general.

    12% of Security Professionals Have Considered ‘Black Hat’ Activity

  • #382488

    straingebrue

    Lol hats are just about how much the king likes you

  • #382489

    Schellcunn

    Tbh if you have white hat all stains can be seen easily, grey is just bad colour, so I would recommend black, its fashion on every season and you can’t spot dirt on it easily πŸ˜‰

  • #382490

    rampagh

    Who gives a fuck about the color of hat. Do good things, learn in whatever way you can and teach others what you know.

  • #382491

    professional_51

    Can you blame them? There is unfortunately a lot more money to be made in cybercrime, and some jobs are just shittty.

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