Soldier of FORTRAN (@mainframed767) is a mainframe security researcher. He has been recognized as one of the leading global experts on mainframe hacking; this title was unfortunately bestowed on him since very few have bothered to pick up the mantle. He has worked on implementing support for Nmap and Metasploit. He created libraries for attacking mainframes (njelib & libtn3270) and has spoken at BlackHat, RSA, Thotcon, ISACA SF, ISACA CACS, and DEFCON. He has also keynoted mainframe conferences including SHARE and Guide Share Europe Amsterdam. On top of speaking engagements, he also teaches classes on mainframe auditing and mainframe penetration testing.