Looking for someone experienced in LaTeX and preferably Pandoc to generate a visually appealing penetration testing report that can be modified and used in future reports for clients where we can utilize our markdown notes to generate a presentable PDF. Please note experience in LaTeX is essential and some creative thinking/design skills is a positive addition.
- Experience with LaTeX and creating LaTeX templates
- Experience in designing/creating visually appealing reports is a plus
- Graphics design experience a plus but not required
- Prior experience with pentest report writing
The goal of this project is to redesign our current pentest report template to make it more engaging to the client and less of a chore to read. The format must be kept roughly the same (i.e. executive summary at the top, technical findings section etc...) but free range is allowed in how the rest of it looks. It must look professional but at the same time grab the reader's attention.
I have attached two report templates we currently use at our company that can be used as a reference for the sections needed but please do NOT copy the design word for word. Experimentation is a plus - play around with colours, think about how to engage the viewer.
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