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Broddie is a certified pentester (OSCP, OSWP) and President of Zanarkand. He is a local boy, and lived on a vast country estate for the first seven years of his life. After an unfortunate meeting with a wampus kitty, Broddie left his family and estate and became a hobo with one mission: to hack into the Parks Department servers and find that damn wampus kitty. On a serious note, Broddie began his journey into Information Technology in middle school, inspired by his grandfather who was a contract computer programmer for the US Army. He went on to acquire his bachelor's degree in IT and then spent nearly a decade in VoIP and Network Management for small to mid-sized companies. During this time, he was troubled by the lack of security present in his customers' networks. Driven to pursue his interest in Pentesting, he acquired his OSCP and OSWP certifications and started Zanarkand with a desire to bring security to the small and mid-sized business markets.
As of 2017, he is yet to find that wampus kitty.
Andrew is a certified pentester and VP of R&D for Zanarkand. He was born in 1923 on the river Seine and, thanks to a rather nice gypsy woman, stopped aging at 29. He is also a consummate truth-teller and seer, and often accomplishes his pentests in record time thanks to his supernatural abilities.
Bryan is a certified pentester and doomsayer for Zanarkand. He grew up on the southern tip of Antarctica and was raised by penguins. A kindly sea captain picked him up when he turned fourteen; upon returning to port, the sea captain promptly retired and married Bryan, and they have been together ever since.
Darlene is VP of Accounting for Zanarkand. She obtained her doctorate in Aboriginal Studies from the University of Western Australia, but then realized that her true passion was making sure numbers in two columns matched and left Australia to pursue her numerical dreams.