Jayson E. Street, CISSP, C|EH, ECIH,|
GSEC, GCIH, IEM, IAM, ETC...
Chief INFOSEC Officer Stratagem 1 Solutions
Jayson E. Street is the InfoSec Ranger at Pwnie Express ... He is also a Senior Partner at Krypton Security and CEO of Stratagem 1 Solutions.
Jayson battled a dragon during the Fire Run in Barcelona Spain. He 'accidentally' broke into a shark tank in the Dominican Republic and climbed the pyramid of Giza (until the guards carrying AK-47s expressed their displeasure). He consulted with the Secret Service in 2007 on the WIFI security of the White House, and has had tea with a Lebanese General in Beirut.
Jayson never finished High School but does have his GED. His first book is used as course material at four colleges in three countries (that he knows of), and he has spoken at numerous universities in the US and gave an eight hour lecture at the Beijing Institute of Technology in 2014. Outside of standardized education, Jayson has spoken five times at DEF CON, at every DerbyCon since its inception, and at many other Cons around the world.
Jayson is only one degree away from Kevin Bacon after awkward hugging Oliver Stone and Jimmy Fallon. He started in security and law enforcement over 25 years ago and has always striven to make things more secure. Jayson has been in the Information Security industry for over 15 years, and once broke into a high scale hotel in the South of France - barefoot - wearing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pajamas. He was also noted as the best janitor of all McDonald's in the South East Texas region for 2 consecutive years.
Although Jayson has been hit by three cars while on foot, he has only been shot at once (they missed). He was Time Magazine's person of the year for 2006 and lived behind a dumpster for a summer when he was sixteen. Within two weeks, he was able to awkward hug the head of the N.S.A. in Vegas and two Chinese soldiers on the Great Wall of China. Jayson has had pizza on the Nile River in Egypt, within view of the Eiffel Tower in France, near the Forbidden City in Beijing and on the coast in Brazil.
Jayson has conducted successful social engineering engagements around the world from Jordan to Jamaica. He survived cancer, extreme falls, car accidents, two house fires and Twitter drama. He prides himself in spending most of his time working for a national financial institution as their resident hacker and the designer of their network defenses.
Jayson swam with dolphins in Singapore and a sea turtle in the Maldives. He has been sword fighting since the age of seven and has an extensive collection of swords from all over the world. He was asked to give his DEFCON 19 speech at an undisclosed government agency's headquarters (After smuggling in all the items that make the arsenal of his Vest of D00M, Jayson was then asked never to return).
Jayson was quoted in The Rolling Stone Magazine, The Economist, Forbes and The Daily Oklahoman. He’s been interviewed on numerous television shows regarding security related topics. He also filmed a pilot for a TV show featuring hackers in a positive light (it never aired). He has held, or is currently holding, many industry certs such as CISSP, GSEC, GCIH, GCFA, IAM, IEM, Security+, CEH, etc…
Also please note none of these above statements are false!
Media SourcesI was invited by the EC-Council to do a webcast on the sometimes
forgotten but still active threats on the Internet located
Simon from the Netragard
Snosoft team was nice enough to post
an article for me (plus mad support of the book)
I was interviewed by Fox Business News on the July 4th DDOS attack (video located
Also interviewed for Voice of America radio link located
Interviewed by USA Today and the Last watchdog website on the stalking horse
aspect of the July 4th attack.
BruCON Podcast ep2: Jayson E Street about Cyberwarfare
(Direct link to interview)
SecuraBit Episode 36 – The f0rb1dd3n Network
SecuraBit Episode 25: Jayson E. Street Talks about his book f0rb1dd3n
I was consulted in an article on the state of cyber-warfare for Scientific American.com found here.
I was consulted in an article in Forbes concerning the Chinese use of the "Great Firewall of China."
I was covered in another article talking about a presentation I gave on Cyber-Warfare.
News covering my declaration in the Tallie Stubbs case.
News covering my declaration on the DOES case:
and for the Slovakian readers.
I was featured on the front page of
The Daily Oklahoman
Me in the November issue
of SC Magazine 2005.
My Favorite Original Quote
"If Hackers know what's
happening on your network shouldn't you?" 3/04