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Security University Testing Governance

The SUT Advisory Boards oversees the Qualification/Certification Board affairs of the organization, subject to decisions on policy and actions by the membership during meetings or by ballot. The Advisory Boards consist of security professionals from the IT industry and representatives from IT companies.

SUT consists of the following Governing Bodies:

  1. SUT Honorary Council
  2. SUT Advisory Board
  3. SUT QPTL License Board
  4. SUT Q/FE Forensic Board
  5. SUT Scheme Committee

About SUT Advisory Board

Since 1999, The SUT Advisory Board is a member based network of volunteers that are recognized by SUT as highly qualified cyber security experts key in the field of cyber security.

The advisory board is a group of experts/business executives who meet on a consistent basis to provide leadership, support and constructive feedback to the executive leadership of SUT. The advisory board's purpose is to assist in leading the organization.  Unlike a traditional board of directors which represents the interest of a company's shareholders and to whom the President or CEO reports, the advisory board exists as an advocate, supporter, and resource for the organization.

Advisory Board Roles and Responsibilities

Join the Board
If you would like to join SUT as Advisory Board member, please send us your resume and your academic achievements to advisoryboard@SU-testing.com

About Qualified/ Penetration Tester License Board

Since 1999, The SUT Q/PTL Qualified/ Penetration Tester License Board is a member based network of volunteers that are recognized by SUT as highly qualified cyber security experts key in the field of cyber security. Once a Q/SA earns their Q/PTL License they can request to participate in the Q/PTL program to review new Q/PTL assessments. Each Q/PTL reviewer is an independent highly qualified expert in cyber security with a proven track record to recognize excellence in cyber security assessments. QPTLBoard@SU-testing.com

Roles and Responsibilities

About Qualified/ Forensics Expert License Board

Since 1999, The SUT Qualified Forensic Expert License Board is a member based network of volunteers that are recognized by SUT as highly qualified cyber security experts key in the field of cyber security. Once a Q/FE Qualification/Certification Practical is completed the Q/FE Qualification/Certification holder has earned their Q/FE License and may request to participate in the Q/FE Qualification/Certification program to review new Q/FE assessments. Each Q/FE Qualification/Certification reviewer is an independent highly qualified expert in cyber security with a proven track record to recognize excellence in cyber security assessments. QFEBoard@SU-testing.com

About Scheme Board

Since 2004, The SUT Scheme Board is a member based network of volunteers that are recognized by SUT as highly qualified cyber security experts key in the field of cyber security who meet on a consistent basis to provide leadership, support and constructive feedback to the executive leadership of SUT. The advisory board's purpose is to assist in leading the organization. 

The SUT Qualification/Certification Boardreviews and validates schemes to ensure currency and relevancy. Schemes shall include, but are not limited to, the following components:

The SUT | Scheme Board members are volunteers. schemeboard@SU-testing.com

About SUT Honorary Council

The Honorary Council is a member based network of volunteers that are the top cyber security experts in their fields. They are carefully selected from academia and/or industry and are committed to contribute back to society. An invitation is extended based on contribution to the cyber security community. And are an independent voice of the industry.
 
Their leadership role is honored and they can proudly declare their membership in the Honorary Council.

Roles and Responsibilities
The role and responsibility of each member varies based on their area of expertise, the development projects at hand and the resource availability of members.  

Their contribution can be in many ways;

Disclaimer
Honorary Council members are not employed or otherwise by SUT. honaryboard@SU-testing.com