Jonathan Squire is a founding member of the Information Security Group of a well known publishing and media company. Jonathans expertise covers a wide range of skills including security architecture, incident response, hacker attack and defense techniques, reverse engineering, and extreme curiosity in how everything works. While working at his day job, Jonathan is credited with accomplishments that include developing an Information Security model for the enterprise, architecting a secure, centralized credit card processing solution, and guiding the design of the security infrastructure deployed throughout many customer facing properties. Mr. Squire is also responsible for providing direction in governance and industry best practices. Jonathan regularly scopes and leads penetration testing and security assessment initiatives, as well as providing guidance for corrective actions and performing debriefings across all levels of the organization. In his spare time, Jonathan is known to enjoy disassembling any piece of technology that cost more than $20 just to find out what else it can do. This propensity for abusing technology is easily witnessed by viewing the buckets of broken parts strewn throughout his basement as well as the creations that rise from the rubble. Jonathan has presented on many of these creations and the flaws that allowed the security to be bypassed on these systems at conferences including BlackHat and Hack in the Box. Jonathan is very passionate about information security and always strives to challenge the status quo and to improve everything he can. Jonathan shares that passion with his student in his teaching style and his genuine willingness to share and engage students in all topics related to information security.