Have you ever been hacked, or do you worry about it? In this video, Monique Little discusses learning to become a white hat hacker, teaching people how to keep their information private, and recognizing the danger of exposed RFID chips in public places.
“If I can learn how to be a hacker, and I can see how to get in – now I can teach people how to keep people out,” Little said.
The things that she is learning are helping her grow. Building a Raspberry Pi, a credit-card-sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. This device can operate an RFID reader to take badge information and make a token – something that can be done in public places, suggested the cyber security technician. Little discusses why it is important to learn how to protect your RFID chip from hackers in public places.
Little discusses hacking and other topics during this video, including her interest in content creation and bettering peoples’ lives by helping them change their mindset. Stay tuned for more features where the white hat hacker discusses her personal professional journey and her struggles with imposter syndrome.