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Tim Roberts

Sr. Security Consultant at NTT Security

Denver, CO, United States

About Me

Tim is a Sr. Security Consultant within the NTT Security Threat Services group. He has spoken at national, international and collegiate security and hacker conferences, including ISSA International, DEF CON, DerbyCon, various B-Sides, CircleCityCon, Techno Security Con, SaintCon, GrrCon, Marshall University and more. He has been interviewed on the subject of “White hat hacking” for Microsoft’s “Roadtrip Nation” television series alongside Brent White, was featured on IDG Enterprise’s CSO Online publication on social engineering and is a regular contributor to the NTT Security #WarStoryWednesday blog series.

Tim has held management, IT and physical security roles across multiple industries, including healthcare and government. His professional experiences cover traditional/non-traditional pentesting techniques that include network, wireless, social engineering, application, physical and scenario-based compromises. These techniques have led to highly successful Red Team assessments against corporate environments. By continuing to share these experiences, he hopes to further contribute to the InfoSec community.

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Are your security guards too trusting?

On nearly every assessment I have performed, I have been able to piggyback my way into target buildings and sensitive areas. If you walk...

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Social Engineering Techniques

Sometimes, successful social engineering attacks mean they got lucky. And sometimes, the attackers make their own luck.

The attacker...

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Red Team Toolkit Essentials

Many types of red team and physical security assessment toolkits are utilized across the industry. Through our experiences in the NTT...

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