Satyam Rastogi as an Ethical Hacker Penetrates and locate the vulnerabilities, providing Robust Security Solutions
New Delhi : Satyam Rastogi is a Dehradun based skilled Ethical Hacker who is known for his expertise and exposure in using the modern commercial-grade hacking tools, methodologies and methods to offer competitive security solutions to companies of par excellence.
Satyam Rastogi is a young and dynamic man who is known for his expertise in ethical hacking. He is just 24, but the kind of exposure and experience he has cannot be challenged by anyone. He knows the skills in and out and that has made him work in top companies both in India and abroad. His expertise has called him to travel to different nations and within India, which speaks volumes about this man. Security is a big concern in any company. Right from the data theft to hacking and manipulating the networking by the frigid elements have remained a big concern for one and all.
As far as his certifications are concerned, he has gained too many in his young age, which has given him a very decent exposure towards the technology dealing with security. Some of the certifications include CEH, ECSA, CISA, OSCP, and a lot more certifications, which has given an edge in this domain. These are not all, he ensures to explore everything that keeps on coming time and again that keeps his edge strong and sharp thus allowing him to get involved with top companies both involved within and outside the nation. Talking about his current employment, he works at one of the top US based multinational companies called Bamko Inc as Senior Manager and Ethical Hacker.
Besides, he is also active in several technology and security based communities and groups like Cloud Security Alliance, Owasp Foundation and many more. He has worked in a wide range of companies that deal with bug bounty hunting all across the world, while at the same time, he is also involved in a number of hacking related stuff. The current lockdown has shelved all his plans allowing him to remain inside his country. Thanks to the travel restrictions, he was forced to stay back and connect with his clients virtually to address their security issues.