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A 25-year-old ethical hacker named as new Secuna CEO

Secuna, a local cybersecurity testing platform, named AJ Dumanhug as its chief executive officer.
A 25-year-old ethical hacker named as new CEO of Secuna
Secuna CEO AJ Dumanhug

Youngest CEO of a cybersecurity firm in PH?

Dumanhug also gets the status of the youngest CEO of a cybersecurity company in the Philippines.

I am delighted to be the CEO of Secuna at a critical time when companies need to embrace cybersecurity at the core level of their businesses, said Dumanhug.

Aside from the company's Philippine operations, the new top official will also lead the operations in Asia Pacific markets.

Dumanhug has been playing major roles—as co-founder and chief information security officer—in boosting Secuna’s presence in the field.

He was responsible for establishing and maintaining a corporate-wide information security management program to ensure that information assets from its clients are adequately protected through its platform.

As a co-founder, I've had the privilege of seeing firsthand how Secuna’s innovation is responding to organizations' cybersecurity needs with its unique penetration test approach tapping the best ethical hackers across the globe. As demand to protect corporate and essential data escalates amid an evolving threat landscape, Secuna is the best penetration test platform to address these challenges, he said.

The 25-year-old executive is a cybersecurity mentor for startups through Ideaspace Philippines, a Highly Technical Consultant for the National Privacy Commission, and a part-time Infosec Training Instructor at De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde SPaCE.

He also worked as a full-time consultant for almost three years for the University of the Philippines System under UP Information Technology Development Center (ITDC).

Dumanhug actively participates in bug bounties by legally hacking companies that offer cash rewards for finding and reporting valid bug reports.

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