My name is Nick Bulischeck, and I'm a Junior studying Computer Science at Clemson University. I have a passion for cybersecurity and programming. As a result, the majority of my time is spent trying to combine the two! My focus is typically on low-level applications involving C or assembly, but I love developing security-related tools in Python.
I'm the current President of CU Cyber, Clemson's cybersecurity club. I give weekly talks on a variety of subjects including an introduction to malware and shellcoding, detecting the presence of a hypervisor with x86 assembly, and reverse engineering binaries with radare2.
- NexDefense Inc. - Software Developer Intern (May-August 2017)
- Rheem Manufacturing - Marketing Developer Intern (August 2016)
- Authomate Inc. - Independent Contractor (May 2015)
- Programming Lanugages: C (Fluent); Python (Advanced); BASH (Advanced)
- Operating Systems: Linux (Arch, Ubuntu, Debian); Windows
- Tools: Black Arch and Kali Toolsets; Radare2, BinaryNinja, Pwndbg; Wireshark
Clemson University - Clemson, SC
- Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science (Expected Spring 2019)
- Cumulative GPA: 3.07/4.00
- Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition - 1st Place (2016, 2018), 2nd Place (2017)
- Palmetto Digital Forensics Competition (CTF) - 1st Place (2018)
- BSides Charleston CTF - 1st Place (2017)
- Clemson University Cybersecurity Club – President (2017 – Present), Vice President (2016 – 2017)
You can find a PDF version of my résumé here.