Krenar Kepuska is a cybersecurity researcher and lecturer who believes in the importance of cybersecurity culture. He is a PhD candidate studying cybersecurity threat management at the University of Montenegro. He has experience with threats and vulnerabilities, frameworks, and standards such as NIST, ISO 27001, COBIT, GDPR, CIS Controls, and tools such as nMap, Nessus, Wireshark, OpenVAS, Burp Suite, Kali Linux, and Metasploit. He is also an ERASMUS+ alumnus and a FULBRIGHT Research Scholar. Krenar is currently pursuing a PhD internship in New York State.