Bio

Joshua Hiller

Since 1994, Joshua Hiller has been a professional software developer and security analyst, working as a private contractor, team member, and team leader. Specializing in automation, integration, penetration auditing and forensics, Josh has over 15 years experience working in the non-profit industry in roles such as application developer, department director, and vice president.

A married father of three girls, Josh’s interests include; art, comic books, fantasy, science (and science fiction), application and network security, software development and tropical fish. His favorite type of cichlid is Astronotus ocellatus (Oscar), followed closely by Andinoacara rivulatus (Green Terror). If left alone for long periods of time around new software or technology, Josh is highly likely to take it apart to try and figure out how it works. At random, infrequent intervals, Josh likes to create games out of interesting puzzles he’s encountered.

Recent Articles

How I Increased My Viewership Tenfold

Written by Joshua Hiller

Will people listen to you more carefully as a cartoon character?

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IT: How Can You Get Your Association to Prioritize Security?

Written by Joshua Hiller

If passwords are still "123456789", then they don't get it.

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An Argument for Watching More Science Fiction

Written by Joshua Hiller

It predicts the future - so you don't have to!

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3 Misconceptions That Expose Associations to Huge Risks Online

Written by Joshua Hiller

If you're small, it does not mean you're immune to cyber attacks.

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“How long Until We’re Hacked?”: An Experiment in Server Vulnerability

Written by Joshua Hiller

How long did it take for a new server to get attacked online? The results might surprise you.

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