Jason Street created and conducted security awareness training for a major Internet bank and has created security policies and procedures currently used by several companies. He also created and taught a three day training course on Intrusion Detection Systems for an undisclosed government agency in Washington D.C..
His consultation with the FBI on attempted network breaches resulted in the capture and successful prosecution of the criminals involved. In 2007 he consulted with the Secret Service on the WI-FI security posture at the White House.
At the request of the FBI, he was a guest speaker at the INFRAGARD 2004 wireless conference where I presented the current status of the hacking underground and addressed issues concerning wireless security.
In 2005 he discussed the challenges of getting upper management buy-in at the U. A. T. Tech Forum.
In 2006 he was one of the key note speakers of the IT Summit in Tulsa.
In 2007 he gave several presentations one being at Southern Nazarene University.
In 2008 At the request of the Secret Service he gave a presentation at a Cyber Crimes Alliance meeting. He also presented at The Information Warfare Summit hosted by ISSA.
He has also spoken at several other colleges and organizations on a variety of Information Security subjects.
He has been interviewed by Forbes and Scientific American regarding my research on the issue of cyber-warfare as it relates to China and their preparedness for an online war. He was an expert witness in two cases involving the RIAA. His declaration was on Slashdot and other websites.
His is on the SANS GIAC Advisory Board, a current member on the board of directors for the Oklahoma "INFRAGARD", Vice President of communications for ISSA OKC and a member of the "OSVDB". He is a longtime member of the "SNOsoft" research team.