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Giving Back - Submitting to PTES 101 - Jeremy Mio SecureWV 2016 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Giving Back - Submitting to PTES 101
Jeremy Mio
SecureWV 2016

How many of us have used or heard of the Penetration Testing Execution Standard aka PTES? How many have thought about or attempted to contribute? PTES has great popularity within the Information Security community, however, it needs more support and contributions to fully meet the goal of becoming a full formal standard. We as Information Security Professionals have to stand together and contribute some work. If we do not build a formal standard then someone else will, eventually. We will discuss the process to contribute and even share our story on how we submitted our contributions.

Jeremy works at a Local Government directing the Security and Research Department and is co-founder of CodeRed LLC that focuses on Cyber Security, Application Development, and Leadership. . He has been on the Northeast Ohio InfraGard executive board and currently IT Sector Chief. He also serves as Co-Chair for workgroups within the Center of Internet Security and works on threat data projects for various entities. He previously worked in Risk Management and Security in Fortune 500 companies. He has presented and involved at various conferences and organizations such as the IACSP, OTOA, CCDC, NEOISF, ISC2, ClevSec, Bsides, FBICAAA, Stop.Think.Connect, CSOXchange?, Ohio Cyber Day, DerbyCon, and the Ohio Information Security Summit. On his spare time he enjoys conducting research on the evolution of security convergence, drones, weapon systems, and scuba diving.

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