Head of the Cybercrime Technical Department of the Argentine Federal Police and Vice President of the INTERPOL Working Group for the Americas of Cybercrime Unit Heads.
Adrián Acosta is a graduate of the Officers School of the Argentine Federal Police. He holds a degree in Systems Engineering. He is currently head of the Cybercrime Technical Department of the Argentine Federal Police and Vice President of the INTERPOL Working Group for the Americas of Cybercrime Unit Chiefs.
Captain of the Cyber Criminal Intelligence Group. Judicial Police Technical Unit.
Graduate Master in Computer Forensics and Cybercrime Investigation from the University of Dublin, he has been director of the computer forensics laboratory of the Cyberterrorism Group for 14 years. Representative of the Guardia Civil in the expert groups of Interpol, Europol, and other international organizations in the field of cybercrime. He currently leads the central teams of analysis and traceability of crypto-assets, cyber-intelligence and national and internati
Commander of the Civil Guard. Head of the Criminal Cyberintelligence Group of the Judicial Police Technical Unit.
With a career of more than ten years dedicated to the fight against cybercrime, he has extensive experience in investigation, criminal analysis and international cooperation, being also a representative of the "Guardia Civil" in many forums on this subject, both strategic and operational of the Council of Europe, EUROPOL, EUROJUST, PAcCTO and INTERPOL.
Magistrate, former member of the National Cybersecurity Council of Spain.
She is a Magistrate. Currently, Director of the Studies and Reports Service of the General Council of the Judiciary (e.f.). She has been involved in numerous legislative reform proposals and working groups, studying, from very different fields, the problems related to new technologies and the Digital Revolution. She has been a member of the National Cybersecurity Council, the highest advisory and support body to the President of the Government and the National Security Council, in matters of Cybersecurity. She is a member of the Monitoring Commissions of the Strategic Plan against Cybercrime and the Inter-institutional Agreement against hate. She is a member of the Information Technology and Knowledge Law Section of the Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation.
Judge - Judiciary; Co-director of the Master's Degree in Digital Law and Business Tech - Ediae (School of Management and High Studies)
UNESCO consultant for the Global Toolkit Committee AI and Rule of Law. Co-director of the course "Law and Artificial Intelligence" of the CGPJ with the University of Granada. Co-publisher of the book of the same name. Co-director of the Master "Digital Law and business tech" of Ediae- Escuela de Dirección y Altos Estudios. PhD student at the University of Granada, on "Technocensorship of algorithms to freedom of expression".
CEO and founder of MaTTica
Specialist in Incident Response, IT Crisis Management and Computer Crime Investigation. Co-editor of the Practical Guide for CSIRTs Volume 2, 2023 - A Sustainable Business Model published by the Organization of American States.
Threat Hunter e Incident Responder at SIX Group (Swiss and Spanish stockbroker)
Computer engineer with a master degree in cybersecurity and cyberintelligence. 10 years of experience as an analyst. Speaker at conferences such as RootedCON, Osintomático or C1b3rwall. Instructor in Cyber Threat Intelligence master in K-School.
Chief of the Aviation Safety and Security Section. Strategic Planning and Coordination Unit - Operational Deputy Directorate. National Police Liaison Officer with the State Aviation Safety Agency
He joined the National Police Force in 2004. Since then he has served in different operational units of Citizen Security and Judicial Police in central and territorial units of the National Police. He has been decorated on several occasions and in 2016 received the Excellence Award from the Carlos III University of Madrid.
ICT Security Specialist Trinidad and Tobago Cyber Security Incident Response Team
Mr. Angus Smith is the Manager of the Trinidad and Tobago Cyber Security Incident Response Team (TT-CSIRT) under the Ministry of National Security for the past seven (7) years. He has implemented the TT-CSIRT and is currently leading various national cyber security initiatives. He has a wealth of ICT and Cyber Security experience, in areas of incident response, strategy, policy and csirt operations.
Investigator and forensic analyst / Specialized Cybercrime Prosecution Unit (UFECI)
Master in Information Security (UBA), Bachelor in Criminalistics (IUGNA), university professor and instructor for law enforcement in cybersecurity and technologically assisted crime investigation.
Head of CERT of the Basque Cybersecurity Center
Since 2005 working in the cybersecurity field, I have always been dedicated to malware analysis, forensic analysis, cyber intelligence and cybersecurity incident management. I started my professional career at Panda Security, where I spent six years in the Pandalabs lab, analyzing malware. Subsequently, I worked during four and a half years for the Security and Industry CERT (INCIBE-CERT) of the National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE) in the content and incident response departments.
Currently, as head of the CERT of the Basque Cybersecurity Center, I coordinate the services and I am in charge of the collaboration with other incident response teams. Throughout my career I have participated as a teacher in training activities for law enforcement agencies both nationally and internationally and I collaborate in several masters and specialization courses in cybersecurity.
Presiding Judge of the Court of Appeals for Children and Teenagers of the Judicial Department of La Vega, Dominican Republic.
Master's Degree in Constitutional Law, Fundamental Rights and Freedoms from the University of Castilla La Mancha (UCL) and Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), (Stgo).
Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA) from the University of Castilla La Mancha (UCL).