I see I missed a few posts in my last reply.
I am an information security solutionist. I help organizations solve specific security related problems (address additional risks, more predictable, cheaper) to support their progression from a tactical, reactive stance to a strategic, robust, and proactive one. I am not a programmer or administrator... in fact for the most part my technical skills are about good enough to display a concept and no better.
Just the way i prefer to do things... by the hour and you can find yourself getting bogged down in projects for ages because nothing has been clearly defined and if you take the time to clearly define everything, you might as well bid as a project.
No badge for me, my experience in offensive cyberwarfare will apparently be useful domestically.
"Mate.. I am not an Australian, I am really a Chinese operative" is clearly fake. "Commrad.. I am not an Australian, I am really a Chinese operative" I would have bought.
Know any useful job contacts in AU? I quite like it there and can get a work visa easy.
Nah, I haven't contacted Mozilla... I contacted Opera because I would love to be in Norway and because their product is so very close to being far and away the best on the market, yet some how is lacking in just enough ways that is sucks for any real organization wide use.
Read my comments above about what happened with MS... their idea to security these days is to just add more obvious buttons for features that have been present for years.
Shame on you, I would not make Opera OS reliant... it would ship with its own compartment for whatever OS.
RedHat has no interest in what I would do to Linux.
I am still debating going into independant consulting, like how I started out... but I just don't care for sales these days.