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Adrian Sanabria is a security consultant, technology enthusiast, and hacker based in Knoxville, Tennessee. He is currently a security analyst for Clayton Homes where he stays busy helping mature Information Security from security awareness to asset management and incident response.

Though Adrian has been working in Information Technology for over ten years, he has a passion for learning and teaching, and dreams of jumping into teaching full-time one of these days. A innate interest in how things work has led to a lifetime of disassembling, breaking and hacking all manner of things. Adrian lives for the rewarding experience of explaining complex, difficult concepts to students, children, or anyone else with a love for learning. He looks forward to providing eager students with new skill sets and the answers to those questions that nag at them and keep them up at night.

Adrian has a background in system administration, system architecture and infrastructure support. After making the move to security work full time in 2004, he has worn many hats, including Chief Incident Handler, Security Consultant, Forensics Analyst and Security Architect. He also has worked with PCI since the inception of the DSS, and is more familiar with the rules and requirements than he'd sometimes like to admit.

Adrian has worked with the Center for Internet Security and the Penetration Execution Standard. He has maintained a GCIH Gold certification for many years.