How I became an… ethical hacker

With cybersecurity risk on the rise, savvy organisations should use ethical hackers to keep their organisations safe. But how do you become one?

Tommy DeVoss is obsessed with computers. His first interaction with the internet, when he was nine, launched a lifelong fascination which would lead him to spend nearly five years in federal prison before becoming a white-hat hacker who has earned more than $2m (£1.65m)

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