Is contributing to a good infosec cause worth working for free?

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Is contributing to a good infosec cause worth working for free?

[Blog post] Cars with bugs could prove fatal.

There is no doubt cyber attacks will have life-threatening consequences over the next few years, especially if the escalating cyber security problem remains unchecked. Small and important steps are being taken to mitigate the problem - such as Intel taking the lead for the car industry by ...

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Tony Campbell
Tony Campbell has been a technology and security professional for over two decades, during which time he has worked on dozens of large-scale enterprise security projects, published technical books and worked as a technical editor for Apress Inc.

He was was the co-founder of Digital Forensics Magazine prior to developing security training courses for infosec skills.

He now lives and works in Perth, where he maintains a security consulting role with Kinetic IT while continuing to develop training material and working on fiction in his limited spare time.

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