Pete Herzog is the shining example of a hacker trying to fix the world. He built a career out of taking apart the security world piece by piece to figure out how it works (but he still can’t put it back together). Then he writes about it, a lot. You can find articles and projects from him all over the place, especially at the non-profit research organization, The Institute for Security and Open Methodologies (ISECOM), he co-founded in 2001 to help make this happen. There you’ll find his work with the Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM), Hacker Highschool, and the Cybersecurity Playbook as well as work in trust metrics, authentication, social engineering, vulnerabilities, risk analysis, and so much more. Pete also teaches training classes, coaches corporations on cybersecurity, analyzes the security for Smart Cities, develops security products, advises start-ups, and hacks things.