Senior Application Security Engineer
Jasmine shares her passion in Information Security with presenting and teaching workshops with over ten years of Information Security experience. She is currently the Jeopardy-style Capture The Flag (CTF) Coach for the inaugural US Cyber Games. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Drexel University and City University of Seattle with additional courses with Cybrary and Infosec Institute. Finally, Jasmine has certifications in Secure Programming, Web Application Pentesting, and Cloud Security. Jasmine has a master’s degree in Computer Science and a Graduate Certificate in Information Security and Privacy from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Currently, she works as a Senior Application Security Engineer for a Fortune 500 company. She has presented her work domestically and internationally for such conferences - The Diana Initiative, Bugcrowd, Blacks in Cybersecurity, and NotPinkCon in topics of Mobile Security, and Web Application Security. In her spare time, she likes to stay up to date on security vulnerabilities by completing capture the flag write-ups on her blog (http://thefluffy007.com), vulnerability disclosures, and creating videos on her YouTube channel. Besides Jasmine’s passion for teaching, she also has a passion for educating the next generation of Information Security professionals by volunteering with organizations - The Biohacking Village, BlackGirlsHack, Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), and Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu. Connect with her on all social media platforms at @thefluffy007 .