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Blogger profile: Adrian Sanabria
Adrian Sanabria brings a broad perspective on security to 451 Research, drawing on more than 12 years of enterprise security experience. With a background in system administration and system architecture, he was the security architect and chief incident handler for Elavon, one of the largest payment processors in the US. The highlights of his consulting career at Sword & Shield Enterprise Security included designing compliant and secure solutions for large retail organizations; structuring PCI compliance activities for merchants and acquirers; helping a large public university create policies and improve disaster-recovery plans; and performing security assessments for domestic and international clients. Most recently, Adrian joined Clayton Homes, a Berkshire Hathaway company, as a senior security analyst, guiding and maturing its information security program. Adrian is involved in various volunteer projects within the security community, such as the National Board of Information Security Examiners' (NBISE) efforts to provide analysis on information security job roles and hiring through the Operational Security Testing Panel. Adrian is also involved in the Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES), occasionally blogs, and can be found on Twitter as @sawaba.
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