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What is your weekend project?
Salvador Mendoza, security researcher and co-founder of the Women in Tech Fund, United States

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Being a professional or a successful individual is not a transmutation from one day to another. The process to transform an idea to a service or product is not just the amount of thinking, but the valuable planning and the actions to make it real. This transformation process could be related to professionals in educational or information security areas. The education journey as security experts is a big part of the path; however, the dedication and practice are the short steps which constitutes the core of success.

What is your weekend project? It is mentality state that everyone in the industry needs to adopt. How a security professional or student will learn new things or methodologies with small projects. Small because that is how we used to refer to initial ideas that could become great life changing ideas that could improve our security industry.

Speaker Bio

Salvador Mendoza is a security researcher focusing in tokenization processes, payment systems & embedded prototypes. He has presented on tokenization and payment methods flaws at Black Hat, DEFCON, HITB, Troopers, 8dot8 and many other.

Salvador has discovered vulnerabilities in digital payment systems like Samsung Pay, Google Wallet, Wells Fargo Wallet.

Cybersecurity for the 21st Century
Gabriel Bergel, CISSP, Chief Security Ambassador (CSA) at Eleven Paths, Member of (ISC)² Board of Directors, Chile

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La transformación digital ha llegado a nuestras vidas y muchos no se han dado ni cuenta, los nuevos estándares sociales exigen conexión permanente y han nacido nuevos conceptos como la Nomofobia y el Phubbing, además, la poca conciencia e higiene digital de gran parte de la población, hace que las personas de manera natural seamos la nueva presa de los Cibercriminales. El escenario actual ha cambiado radicalmente en los últimos 10 años en el ámbito de la Ciberseguridad, los nuevos Ciberdelincuentes son millenials y van desde hacktivistas hasta grupos que trabajan de manera totalmente organizada y profesional bajo el mando de agencias de inteligencia, el principal vector de ataque utilizado es la Ingeniería Social y muchos no saben que significa pero si la conocen o la han vivido (principalmente el phishing y sus variantes), por lo tanto, para mitigar los nuevos riesgos provenientes de las nuevas amenazas que ha establecido la transformación digital en empresas y personas, es necesario establecer un nuevo marco de Ciberseguridad donde la tecnología no sea el factor principal, sino que los procesos de capacitación, sensibilización y ejercicios reales para concientizar a las personas, hoy mas que nunca no debemos olvidar los aspectos culturales, sociales y psicológicos si realmente queremos estar protegidos.

Speaker Bio

Chilean, Computer Engineer and Master in Cybersecurity. He has 15 years of experience in different areas of information security as Consultant, Project Manager, Security Engineer, Security Manager, CISO and Leader in Information Security. He regularly teaches courses, lectures, workshops and forums on information security in various institutions, universities and national and international events. He stands out his most recent speech in the Villa Biohacking of Defcon26 in Las Vegas. He is currently Chief Security Ambassador (CSA) at Eleven Paths, Member of the Board of Directors of (ISC)², Co-Founder and Organizer of the 8.8 Computer Security Conference, Coordinator of the Industrial Cybersecurity Center (CCI) and Director of Public Policies at Whilolab . He holds various certifications, such as CISSP, Certified Lead Auditor ISO 27001, CBCP, CISM, C | CISO.

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