Estevenson Solano

Estevenson Solano

He currently works in Banco Caribe, as Deputy Manager of Cybersecurity Governance, as well as in the academic sector at the Instituto Tecnológico de las Américas (ITLA), where he teaches Cybersecurity R+D+i.

He is currently studying a Master in Science, Technology, Society and Innovation (Argentina), at the University of Quilmes (UNQ) in conjunction with a Master in Education specialising in Technopedagogy with the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO) in (Argentina). He is a graduate of the Master in Information and Communication Technologies with specialization in Emerging and Disruptive Innovation Technologies at the University of Cadiz (Spain) and a graduate of the 1st generation of professionals in Latin America and the Caribbean of the Cybersecurity Technologist, at the Technological Institute of the Americas (ITLA).

He has specialisations and certifications with an emphasis on ethical hacking, pentesting, computer forensics, compliance, auditing, parallel programming and artificial intelligence. He is a graduate of other academic institutions such as Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Florida International University (FIU), Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Metropolitan International University (MIU), in the United States, where he has studies in Cybersecurity, Digital Transformation, Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI).

He has also been selected for US cyber intelligence and cyber defence projects and initiatives by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Director of National Intelligence and the Department of Defense, among other international security and defence agencies.

He has been recognised by the United Nations (UN), United States Embassy (USA), ITLA Successful Alumni (ITLA) and by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in scientific innovation programmes.

He was selected to work on projects associated with privacy, security and digital identity with leading social media start-ups led today by Mark Zuckerberg such as Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter. He has participated in the development of large global technology solutions with industry leaders in Silicon Valley in the United States from the City of California.

He is the pioneer in developing the first scientific academic and technological research in the Caribbean region in the Dominican Republic on "Cyberplagiarism in the Dominican Educational System". 

Deputy Manager of Cybersecurity Governance, Banco Caribe