Information Security Content Writer for hire

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As an information security professional with over 5 years of experience I have worked with several different security tools, which has given me a good understanding of what companies look for in their products and services. Additionally, I worked with hundreds of different employees and clients, from analyst level up to C-suite executives. From these experiences I’ve learned to communicate effectively to different audiences with varying levels of technical knowledge. From those experiences I’ve developed my own style of writing that focuses on these points:

  • Highlighting the pain-points that your product or service will fix for the user.

  • Use everyday language that all users can understand, except where it adds value to discuss technical details.

  • Create separate sections or articles for non-technical and technical audiences.

  • Put the most important points of your material first, there’s no guarantee people will read your material until the end.

  • “Pictures tell a thousands words”, always use diagrams or videos where possible to explain complex topics.

What do I deliver?

  • Case Studies

  • White papers

  • Blog posts

  • Corporate policy documents and playbooks

  • Training material

  • Advertisements for technical products, services and brands

  • Email Marketing Campaigns

Writing Samples


Secjuice is the only non-profit, independent and volunteer led publication in the information security space. I contribute weekly articles as an expert on Information Security.

Cybersecurity Law: Protect Yourself and Your Customers

This book serves as a guide to all companies that collect customer information, by giving instructions on how to avoid making these costly mistakes and to ensure they are not liable in the event of stolen information.


Simple Programmer is focused on helping software developers, programmers and other IT professionals improve their careers and live better lives. I write articles that teach programmers how to write more secure applications and teach security professionals about programming topics that are relevant in the security industry.

Contact me here if you’re interested