Finding The Hidden InfoSec Story

Slava Gomzin

Slava Gomzin is an information security enthusiast and full-stack technologist. He is the author of multiple publications on information security including books “Hacking Point of Sale” (Wiley, 2014) and “Bitcoin for Nonmathematicians” (Universal Publishers, 2016).

Slava is VP of Information Security and Technology at Pieces Technologies, an innovative start-up that deploys cutting edge technology to improve clinical and community health outcomes. Before Pieces Tech, he was Director of Information Security at Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI), a noted scientific research and development nonprofit corporation. Prior to joining PCCI, Slava was a Security and Payments Technologist at Hewlett-Packard, where he helped create products that are integrated into modern payment processing ecosystems using the latest security technologies. Before HP, he worked in various information security and software development positions at Retalix, a division of NCR Retail. Slava currently holds CISSP and other security certifications. He blogs about information security and technology at

Why I Joined The Analogies Project

“I started writing about application security after I realized there is so little information available publicly so I had to conduct my own researches while it was obvious that other people have done the same things already. The problem still exists because most publications are aimed to expert audience. However, information security is not a theoretical science but rather the art of combining computer technology with human communication and psychology. Basic security principles are simple, they just need to be explained in layman’s terms.”

My Analogies

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