We now know the names of the winners of the National Cybersecurity Research Days (JNIC2016) Awards, who will participate at this year's CyberCamp

The winning research projects were taken from the Research in Development and Training-Workshops categories

Today we announce the titles of the two winning projects of this year's JNIC2016 Awards. Both best represent the spirit of the event, largely technically-focussed and innovative in nature, and the winning projects will be presented at this year's edition of CyberCamp.

The winners in the category of Research in Development are the team comprised of Sergio Pastrana, Jorge Rodríguez and Alejandro Calleja for their research work ArduWorm: A Functional Malware Targeting Arduino Device. In the Training-Workshops category the winners were Pablo San Emeterio and Román Ramírez for Deactivation of Infections, Malware and Cryptolockers.

Congratulations to the winners!