”While educators expose students to the exciting and highly positive aspects of cybersecurity, it’s unavoidable for them to also see the other side of it: the exploits, methodologies, and (if the information is available) the people behind cybercrimes and threat actor groups that the cybersecurity industry is battling against.” – Jovi Umawing – Malware Intelligence Analyst at Malwarebytes
Source: Blog MalwareBytes
About Jovi Umawing:
High-quality writer well-versed in online threats, malware, and security with 10 years practice in translating technical information for consumer, SMB, and enterprise clients. Exceptionally independent worker, dynamic team player, a very able leader, and a student of Kaizen. Well-developed collaboration skills, strong interpersonal and communication prowess. Highly compatible with a wide range of personalities. Has keen attention to detail and excellent ability to grasp the big picture.
Deeply insightful and forward-looking. Known to produce and deliver write-ups under stringent deadlines with superb technical accuracy and attention to detail. Creative with words and imagery. Versed in industry writing styles, such as The Associate Press (AP) and Microsoft Style Guide. Has proven ability to see project outcomes with exceptional clarity. Proven track record of successfully spearheading projects of all sizes.
Specialties: technical writing, blogging, research, image editing, diagram designing, document creation and control, basic malware and grayware analysis, editing and proofreading, customer insight, project planning, competitive intelligence, collaboration and coordination, idea generation, communication