This week we continue our series on how to break into a cybersecurity career with long time industry veteran, Rob Fuller (Mubix). Rob speaks with us about how he started his career in the Marine Corps, his time on Hak5, and more recently earning his Masters degree. Rob also talks about how these experiences has shaped his career, his best career advice to someone just starting out, and the importance of getting yourself out there and doing the things you enjoy!
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** Links mentioned on the show **
Practical Exploitation with Mubix (video playlist)
Check out Rob on Hak5 (he’s been on a ton of previous episodes)
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