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Andrew Plato is a 20 year veteran of the information security industry. In 1995 while working at Microsoft supporting one of the first Internet e-commerce sites, Andrew inadvertently hacked the site using a SQL injection style attack. This incident inspired Andrew to start Anitian with a mission to help people understand the complexities of protecting data and systems. Since then, Andrew has participated in thousands of security projects, authored numerous articles, and given hundreds of presentations on all matters of IT security.

Andrew serves a brilliant team of security analysts. Andrew is committed to building collaborative, high-trust environments that cherish innovation, engagement, and accomplishment. Andrew’s forthright and pragmatic views on security, risk, and compliance have made him a highly sought speaker, author, and advisor.


"Think Like a Hacker" Part 2: Building Secure Systems Andrew Plato
From the security experts at Anitian in partnership with Mouser, here are tangible steps you can take to improve your development processes and minimize risk in the systems you design.

“Think Like a Hacker” Part 1: Mindset, Kill Chain, and More Andrew Plato
Hackers approach their work much differently than engineers; rather than taking a systematic approach, they take a kill chain approach to exploit system vulnerabilities. What goes on inside a hacker’s mind is entertainment, chaos, and extreme volatility, so bring some coffee, and let’s delve inside.

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