Cybersecurity and the Stock and Financial Markets
Alejandro Hernandez is a security consultant who works for IOActive, where he has had the chance to work in Fortune 500 companies around the world. As a researcher, he has presented his work in different conferences including Black Hat USA, DEF CON, AppSec USA, BruCON (Belgium) and CODE BLUE (Japan). Recently, he has been bridging cybersecurity with another subject he is interested in: money markets. Self-forged initially, later on he took some stock trading courses to gain the understanding on how the digitally-ruled financial markets work nowadays.
The likeness of the love court and your Cyber Resilience
Bismarck Animas Perez
Bismarck Animas has IT experience for 20 years, 15 of them in Infosec. At the beginning he was in a nightshift as a datacenter sysadmin for a national multimedia group; it was there where he started learning about infosec to facilitate his work. Since 10 years ago he works in a transnational group where he started the Forensics and digital investigations area, now he is the leader of the red team, security assessments and pentesting and has a role in the security strategy and architecture of the company and lately has the role as compliance and auditing internal consultor.
A ‘Radiography’ of the [In] Security of PACS & DICOM Systems
Chief Security Ambassador at Eleven Paths (Guayaquil). Consultor especialista en Seguridad de la Información con certificaciones internacionales. Licenciado en Sistemas de Información y Maestría en Seguridad informática. Miembro de asociaciones relacionadas con la industrai de la seguridad. Orador en varios eventos nacionales e internacionales. Instructor sobre temas relacionados con Ethical Hacking, Auditoria de Código, Hardening de Plataformas, Seguridad en Aplicaciones Web y Aplicaciones Móviles, Seguridad en Infraestructura de Redes.
AVT (Advanced Volatile Thread) and Malware Infection with Fileless
Cristian Borghello, es Licenciado en Sistemas, desarrollador, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), CCSK (Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge) y Microsoft MVP Security (Most Valuable Professional). Tiene más de 15 años de experiencia en Seguridad de la Información y ha realizado una especialización sobre CyberSecurity en Corea del Sur. Desde el año 2000 ha fundado cinco proyectos relacionados a Seguridad de la Información y lucha contra el cibercrimen en América Latina.
Concienciación de ciberseguridad en Centrales de Infraestructuras Críticas
Daniela Alvarez Galarza
María Daniela Álvarez Galarza, currently works as Information Security Officer at the Electric Corporation of Ecuador CELEC EP. Daniela's responsibilities are focused on supporting the process of implementation, innovation, improvement, strategic homologation and administration of the Information Security Government in the Corporation. She has worked in Information Security for 10 years. Daniela is a Computer Systems Engineer, Master in Applied Computer Security and has been certified as an Internal Auditor of ISO 27001: 2013. She has participated as an exhibitor in national and international events, continuously promoting the importance of Information Security in various environments. She also works as a volunteer in the project called ControlClik focused on the prevention and security of threats caused through the technological network to children and adolescents, through which she has been recognized with a third place prize ALAS (Latin American Association of Security) 2017.
How to detect that is a victim of social engineering through NLP
Systems Engineer with a master's degree in computer security with a track record of eleven years in information security, with extensive knowledge in: ISO 27001, ISO 27002, ISO 31000, ISO 22301, ISO 27003, ISO 27019, ISO 27032, COBIT 5, TOGAF, Online Government, Colombian Personal Data Protection Law, Guide to the principle of demonstrated responsibility (Accountability), SOX, PCI, Circular 052, Circular 042, Circular 029, Circulars 007 and 008 of the Colombian Financial Superintendence, NIST Cybersecurity Framework , NERC, FTK (forensic), good information security practices.
TOP 3 Challenges against Cyber Crime in LATAM
Co-Founder and Director of Consulting Services on CSI Consultores en Seguridad de la Información. Consultant and Auditor in the area of Information Security with more than 16 years of experience in the field. Specialized in the detection of computer fraud, compliance audits based on national and international standards and security testing (ethical hacking). He has the certifications of CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) by ISC2, ITIL Foundations and Certified Ethical Hacker by Ec-Council and has participated in specialized information security projects in large corporations and government institutions. He has helped large corporations and government entities to identify and prevent security incidents and has also advised multiple organizations to reduce the risks associated with information security.
Jorge Mario Ochoa
Global Security Operations Center Manager at Millicom International Cellular. Professor of the Master In Cybersecurity at Panamerican Business School. (ISC)² ISLA Awards, Senior Information Security Professional 2,017 Winner. EC Council Global CISO Awards, Innovative Security Project of the Year 2017 Winner. More than 18 years of experience, leading several regional and global projects, global speaker, moderator and panelist in different events of EC Council, (ISC)², ISACA, Internet Society, Infosecurity, 5G<E. LATAM, Global IT Security Summit (London), MVNOs Latam, Revenue Assurance, Fraud & Big Data Analytics LATAM, Banking Association of Guatemala, among others, writher, author of several articles published by Hacking9, Pentestmag, etc. C|CISO, CISSP, CISA, CISM, C)PTE, C)SWAE, Cobit 5, ITIL v2011, C|BP (Certified, Blockchain Professional), Lead Auditor ISO 27001:2013 , Lead Auditor ISO 22301:2012, Diplomas from MIT in Cybersecurity and BigData, Lean Six Sigma, Business Intelligence, Design Thinking, The 4 Disciplines of Execution (FranklinCovey), High Impact Presentations (Dale Carnegie). Phd in Human Dynamics and Mental Health, Masters in Cybersecurity, Talent Management, Project Management, Business Administration & Leadership.
Data Loss Prevention, the myth.
Jose Ramirez is an experienced engineer with more than 20 years in technology and 15 in Information Security. He has worked in many DLP and SecOps projects for more than 20 of the 100 most important companies in Mexico as well as national security projects. He has more than 10 certifications including CISSP, Cobit 5 and ISO27001.
The tentacles of lazarus in Chile
Juan Roa Salinas
41 yeards old, married, 4 kids. Computer Engineer. 15 years in information Security, diferent roles mostly in the financial industry. CISSP.
DevSecOps: Applying continuous security in the cloud
Omar Saenz Herrera
Omar Saenz is a Lead Cloud Security Architect for HSBC Group Technology currently based in the United Kingdom. He has worked as an IT and cyber security consultant for over 15 years specialising in multiple domains including application security, identity and access management, penetration testing and security operations. He currently specialises in public cloud security (AWS, Google Cloud and Azure) and he is an advocate of DevSecOps practices. He has worked for international organisations such as Deloitte, KPMG and Accenture and participated in regional and global projects for BP, Shell, UBS, Diageo, Coca Cola and Grupo Modelo. He is currently the Membership Chair for the ISC(2) London Chapter and has participated as speaker in several technology and computer security events including the ISF Annual World Congress in 2017. He has a degree in Cybernetics Engineering and Computer Systems from La Salle University Mexico and he was part of the first generation of the Computer Security scholarship programme at DGTIC UNAM. He has a Master's degree in Business Innovation with Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship from Birkbeck University of London.
Using the principles of Behavioral Economic to improve IS policy compliance
IT Professional with other 20 years experience. In 2009, while doing my masters I started to get more interested in Information Security. My area of research was the human aspect of Information Security and how to develop an information security culture in organizations. Since then I have been conducting research on human behavior, security culture, policy compliance and more recently on how to apply the principles of Behavioral Economics to Information Security
eHealth, IoT and me: the three of us are still alive
CEO & Founder Inmigrandi. Consultant in Technology, eLearning and Quality Management. Internal Auditor ISO 9001 by the Georgia Institute of Technology. IoT analyst. Innovative educational solutions designer and instructional design expert. Internet Society active member. Specialized in the processing of large volumes of data in the official statistics agencies of Paris, Tokyo, and Washington.
Other Industry Certification/Credential/Title
IoT Certificate (Cisco Networking Academy). ISO 9001 Internal Auditor (Georgia Institute of Technology).
Integrating Post-quantum cryptography into PKI
Paul Mantilla, works as PKI Architect in the United Arab Emirates, with the main cyber security provider in the UAE and in the Golf region. He holds a BSc in Computer Science from “ESPE University” in Ecuador, a MSc in Information Technology from the “Technical University of Delft”, in The Netherlands. A diploma in "Web technologies" from the “IEPSCF Institute” in Belgium. He is currently a holder of the CISSP certification. Paul has worked as IT Security Engineer in Philips Electronics and SafeNet Inc., and as PKI Architect in Euroclear and MasterCard in Europe. He has been involved in projects providing security solutions with smartcards and mobile identities using PKI, applied to SmartCity, government and large financial institutions projects.
Knowing the Known Unknowns
A graduate of the US Air Force Academy, Paul Suárez served his entire 27-year Air Force career in the fields of cybersecurity and IT. Since his retirement from USAF he worked for Netwitness, RSA Security and Avaya before coming to Walmart where he is responsible for their international InfoSec posture.
Quantifying and Mitigating Cryptographic Risk
Mr. Tychansky has more than 15 years of experience in cryptographic systems and software security engineering. He has in worked in higher education conducting applied cryptographic research, defense systems engineering, biometric software development, and with Google’s Security & Privacy division to protect the data of over a billion users.
Latam under attack, how to protect and detect them
Roberto Alvarado Olivares, Senior TAM & Cybersecurity Champ Lead for América Latina, Electronic Eng., MBA , more than years working in technology, 15 years working with enterprise customers and corporations in Microsoft Services. In the last 5 years in Microsoft leading LATAM cybersecurity initiatives and working as advisor on regional customers stablishing cybersecurity strategies. Participated on several summits in the LATAM region, and actively participated on several cybersecurity incidents in the last years.
A journey to a malware analysis: Malicious files distributed over the Cloud
A passionate of Information Security with more than 15 years of experience. Currently a Sr. Security Consultant at Infolock LLC, Virginia, US. Professor in the Cyber Security Master and also Official CISSP Instructor at UCenfotec, Costa Rica. Currently certified as CISSP® ,PCIP,CEHv8. Many product certifications from Microsoft and Symantec. Master in Information Resources Management from the Latina University, Costa Rica. More than 20 publications for media and specialized entities like the InfoSecurity Professional Magazine and InfoSecurity Professional INSIGHTS