You may have noticed the new look and feel for the Security Catalyst Blog. We’re in the process of rolling out a brand new website, as well as a more focused blog and podcast. To help, I am pleased to welcome Patrick Romero to the team. He has an impressive background, has served our country well – and is passionate about information protection. Patrick is currently in law school, and will be contributing on a weekly basis.
Patrick Romero is a second-year law student at New York Law School and concentrating on issues of internet law. He graduated from Connecticut College cum laude with double majors in international relations and economics and was a member of Pi Sigma Alpha. He also attended the Arabic Language Institute at the American University in Cairo (AUC) prior to attending law school. Mr. Romero served as a Staff Sergeant in the United States Army Multi-National Security Transition Command in Baghdad, Iraq from 2004-2005. During this time, he was awarded many military medals, including the Combat Action Badge, Joint Service Commendation Badge, Iraq Campaign Medal, Armed Forces Overseas Ribbon and the U.S. Army Commendation Medal. He speaks Spanish, French and Arabic.