Zak Edwards
Security engineer at Dropbox
Expertise: Software engineering, blue-team security
Education: Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering; Virginia Tech
Zak Edwards is a security engineer at Dropbox. Edwards has been working in the tech industry for over a decade and previously held positions at Amazon and Microsoft. They love learning about all things cyber security and getting their hands dirty with some hands-on learning and testing.
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A close-up of a person’s hand holding a phone made out of construction paper with a blank figure with a question mark over them and a speech bubble saying, “Please send your OTP.”
Smishing is when an attacker uses text messages to trick victims into giving up money, personal information or installing malware. Here’s how you can protect yourself.
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SQL injection is a type of cyberattack that lets a criminal execute their own SQL queries on a database. Here are some examples.