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Aarón Flecha

- December 3rd

He holds a degree in computer science from the University of Oviedo (Spain). He has taken several courses related to industrial cyber security, including the Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional (GICSP) certification. He has more than 5 years of experience working in several companies related to industrial cybersecurity and has been a speaker at other national reference events. He currently works at S21sec as an industrial cybersecurity consultant, researching and obtaining new knowledge to... more

Adrián Ramírez

- December 2nd

Chat / workshop: My perfect cloud

Alberto Eloy García Gutierrez

- December 1st

Workshop: The mobile killed the smart card

Alejandro Ramos

- December 2nd

Workshop: Ethical hacking

Alfonso Muñoz

- November 30th

PhD in Telecommunications Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) and postdoctoral researcher in network security from the Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M). He has been a senior security researcher for more than 10 years and has published more than 60 academic publications (IEEE, ACM, JCR, conferences on piracy ...), books and computer security tools.

He has also worked on advanced projects with European organizations, public bodies and multinational companies (global... more

Antonio Fernandez Basilio

- December 1st

Antonio is a forensic analyst specialized in the use of laboratory tools, and in the performance of expert opinions.

His interests include pentest, systems audit, email analysis, network traffic analysis. Antonio has taught several courses and workshops in different universities and public institutions as well as in national associations. He is currently the Information Security Auditor - Vulnerabilities and penetration tests in SCASSI CIBERSECURITY. Antonio collaborates with several... more

Bruno Perez Juncá

- December 1st

To be done

Carmen Torrano

- December 1st

To be done

Chema García

- November 30th

Member and co-founder of cybersecurity think tank THIBER, with more than ten years of experience as an independent security researcher, is a contributor and author of open source projects on forensics, pentesting and incident response.

Consuelo Martínez López

- December 1st

Professor of Algebra at the University of Oviedo. His line of research is framed in the theory of non-associative Groups and Algebras, including the study of algebraic applications in Coding and Cryptography. Research stays in the universities of Yale, Chicago or in the KIAS of Seoul, working with E. Zelmanov. Lectures at the universities of Yale, Ottawa, Paris VII, Oxford, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rutgers, Madison, Iowa City, CUNNY (New York), Stevens Institute of Technology, ...

Daniel Echeverry

- December 2nd

Trainer and researcher of computer security and hacking. Author of the blog thehackerway.com and of the books "Python for Pentesters", "Hacking with Python" and "Deep web - Privacy and anonymity in TOR, I2P and Freenet" published by the publisher 0xWORD.

Known for the nick of "Adastra" and for his collaborations in the development of projects, tools and bookstores focused on computer security, as well as his interventions as a speaker at several events in Spain and Latin America.

In his... more

Daniel Fernández Rodríguez

- November 30th
- December 1st
- December 3rd

Dedicated fully to the field of computing since 2006. I started developing my skills as a computer repairman, however, I soon started to carry out projects in the most commonly used languages such as PHP, Javascript, ASP.NET technology. and x86 assembler.

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