I've been lurking this website for a while, and figured out it's time for me to get actively involved in the discussion.
My name is Aleksandar Todorović (also known as @r3bl_ on Twitter), and I work for the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. I work on the tech side, developing tools to make investigative journalism easier and trying to keep our journalists safe.
I'm pretty young, with just barely over a year of work experience (all in OCCRP), but I do have an interest in information security for a number of years now. Working with journalists actually allows me to get some practical knowledge in this field, and I do have to say that I quite enjoy giving security trainings and tips and tricks about how journalists can keep themselves and their sources secure online.
I also write about the tech topics that are interesting to me and occasionally rants on my own website (https://blog.r3bl.me/) (both in English and my native Bosnian language) and I have wrote quite a number of articles to other websites too (you can see the list here: https://r3bl.me/en/articles/).
I live in a country that is not very technologically-savvy, so in addition to this, I occasionally talk about information security as an "expert" on local and regional televisions and criticize my government for not following security standards on the government websites during conferences.