The page has moved to: Joe Shenouda Joe Shenouda has extensive experience in IT, ICS & Information Security as an international hands-on technical engineer, trainer, consultant & research fellow with a successful record in developing & leading technical corporate Cybersecurity programs for military & global organizations. Joe uses risk management in the planning phase while implementing the correct defense measures at the right place & has lead teams doing that. He has done 100-s of security assessments & audits for numerous customers. Apart from vulnerability assessments, Joe gives LIVE hack shows where, w̲i̲t̲h̲ ̲y̲o̲u̲r̲ ̲p̲e̲r̲m̲i̲s̲s̲i̲o̲n̲, he will take over a server/computer, a phone or hack everyone in the room in one hit, without hurting anyone. Using the latest hacking techniques, he will also educate the audience to explain what just happened. Joe uses Man-in-the-Middle attacks, ARP Poisoning, Sniffing, Script injections, DNS spoofing & hijacks sessions that are happening on devices & explains how to prevent them in a LIVE setting. He can also simulate a DOS attack that brings the strongest networks down. Well know in The Netherlands as "The Netdetective", Joe presented an MTV show on hacking for young adults. He started his Information Security career at Tilburg University in 1999 where he did research on Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, cyber forensics, privacy & data protection. He has a strong expertise in concept & cyber security architecture development with a lot of hands-on technical experience in cyber security systems. Joe was responsible for significant research work through OSINT & Darknet intel & he was the lead responsible for numerous Information Assurance projects that involved cyber security approaches & systems for detection, prevention, & mitigation of malicious activity. Joe also spoke frequently on cyber security & hacking at professional conferences & published articles & blogs on issues relating to cybersecurity. Security Cleared for several projects. 🌿