About Me

 Hello and welcome to my blog! My name is Kim, and I'm a security architect who has been fortunate to gain over 13 years of experience in the IT security field. I've had the opportunity to work with CERT/SOC (Computer Emergency Response Team/Security Operations Center) in government agencies for 10 years, where I've learned a lot about incident handling, investigation, and designing security measures.

One thing I truly value is the ability to communicate IT security in a simple and relatable manner, and I always strive to improve in challenging situations. I've had the chance to be involved in security incidents as an incident handler or forensics investigator, and I've enjoyed writing different types of reports that contribute to our understanding of security events.

Throughout my career, I've had the privilege of being part of the establishment of three SOC/CERT environments, leading the development of analysis platforms and methodologies. I've also had the opportunity to contribute to the structuring of operational security environments in several companies, as well as creating frameworks and templates for handling security incidents.

When I'm not working, I cherish spending time with my family, exploring and testing exploits, immersing myself in gaming, and brewing my own beer as a hobby.

In this blog, I hope to share some of the insights, experiences, and knowledge I've gathered over the years in a humble and approachable way. I appreciate you stopping by and encourage you to engage in the comments and discussions. Thanks for visiting, and happy reading!