Pablo San Emeterio
Pablo San Emeterio holds an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering and a Master’s in Auditing and Information Security from UPM, as well as various certificates, such as CISA, CISM and OCA. He is passionate about new technologies in general and IT security in particular. He has spent more than 17 years in various positions concerned with software development and R&D. He has worked in computer security for more than 12 years, building a reputation based mainly on his research into the security of various instant messaging applications, along with work on hooking techniques. This has earned him invitations to speak at major international events such as Shmoocon (Washington) and Black Hat (Amsterdam, Sao Paulo and Las Vegas), as well as numerous presentations at prestigious national conferences such as Rootedcon, Jornadas STIC, NcN, Navajas Negras, ConectaCON, etc.
He also appears every Monday in the Cybersecurity section of Capital Radio’s Afterwork programme, where he discusses current issues in the world of cybersecurity and fosters a cybersecurity culture. He is teacher in the Master’s in Cybersecurity at UCAM, the Master’s in Cybersecurity and Information Security at the University of Castilla La Mancha, the Advanced Programme in Cybersecurity and Compliance at ICEMD, the course OSINT: aesYc open-source Internet research at aesYc and the Master’s in Cybersecurity at IEBS.