Secjuice is the only non-profit, independent and volunteer led publication in the information security space. We are seventy strong group of writers focused on cybersecurity, information security, network security and open source intelligence (OSINT).
We believe that our true value as professionals lies in our ability to share our experiences, findings, insights and knowledge with others through our writing.
We mentor hackers and help them translate their skills into freelance writing opportunities, commercial writing experience and legitimate work opportunties.
In order to get what you want out of life, you must first help enough other people get what they want. If it is greatness that you seek, then you must first spread around some goodness and writing has always been the most effective way of doing that.
We feel a strong sense of civic duty, it's what drives us to write the articles that nobody else will write and we feel that defending the public interests of the #infosec space is within our remit. The commercial interests in our space do not fight for anyone but themselves, we cannot rely on them as a community to speak truth to power.
Secjuice pays homage to these sentiments and we are proud to be an independent voice in the information security space. No advertising, just infosec goodness.