Qing Yang is the founder of UnicornTeam & Radio Security Research Department in 360 Technology. He has rich experiences in information security area. He presented at Black Hat, DefCon, CanSecWest, HITB, Ruxcon, POC, XCon, China ISC etc.



    LI ZHONGWEN (elknot@360corpsec) is a senior security researcher at Qihoo360 Enterprise Security Group and he is also an active member of DEFCON Group DC010.  He focuses on threat intelligence applications and advanced threat analysis techniques. As a researcher, he has found plenty of advanced threat cases which aimed financial and energy industry.




    YANG YUNFEI is currently a wireless security researcher in Qihoo360 PegasusTeam. He focuses on WLAN security research, wireless penetration testing and wireless security product development. He is also a guest lecturer at Northeastern University. He made serial presentations about WiFi security and UAV security on KCon, HITCON and CCF YOCSEF, etc.



    Miguel Ivan) is a Colombian information security researcher based in China, whit more than 8 years in the information security field; At the beginning as student being part of Dragonjar community, one of the biggest info-sec community in Latin America and helping the non-security people to understand the risk of they had when they go over internet; Also evangelizing about the importance of the privacy.




    Mark Spencer is President of Arsenal Consulting, where he leads engagements involving digital forensics for law firms, corporations, and government agencies. He has led the Arsenal team on many high-profile and high-stakes cases, from allegations of intellectual-property theft and evidence spoliation to support of foreign terrorist organizations and military coup planning. Mark has testified in cases which include US v. Mehanna and US v. Tsarnaev (the Boston Marathon bombing). Arsenal is headquartered on the Chelsea waterfront, very close to Boston Logan International Airport.



    Davis’ (@gr3yR0n1n) experience with Information Security started in the USMC in 1995 where he managed network operations for 1st Supply Battalion and shortly after migrated into ASP Web & SQL Server DB Development. Since then he has focused on areas of risk and vulnerability management, endpoint security, incident response and forensics. Currently he resides in Utah with his family where he enjoys mountain biking and martial arts training in Krav Maga & Tae Kwon Do with his wife and 2 kids.


    JUN LI

    LI JUN is a senior security researcher at Unicorn Team, Qihoo360, his is focusing on the security research of connected cars,wireless communication,hardware etc. He had presented his researches at premier security conferences like Blackhat, DEFCON etc. He is the trainer for ISC Conference. He is the author of two security books, Radio Attack&Defence Demystified and Smart Car Attack&Defence Demystified. He started the first DEFCON GROUP in China—DC010.



    Seth is an experienced Application Security Professional with over 15 years of experience in the computer security industry. During this time, Seth has worked within multiple disciplines in the security field, from software development to network protection, both as a manager and individual contributor. Seth has honed his application security skills using offensive and defensive techniques, including tool development. His understanding of the software development lifecycle allows him to speak as a developer and to equate security issues to development tasks. In his spare time, Seth revels in deep-level analysis of programming languages and inherent flaws.




    Lance Buttars is an expert in computer security and a software engineer based in Salt Lake city. He works as vice president of software engineering for IngoPayment. Lance holds the GIAC web application pentest cert and he is also the treasurer and one of the founders of the DC801 defcon group in SLC. He has experience as a trainer in computer security and he uses to work as a volunteer in several conferences such as defcon and Blackhat. He also spoke at Defcon conference among others.



    Vladislav Stolyarov is a Malware Analyst at Kaspersky Lab, where he is focused on all sorts of vulnerability research, advanced exploit detection and prevention with all modern antivirus technologies. He is also a guest lecturer at Harbour.Space university, where he teaches malware reverse engineering course. In his free time he enjoys Capture The Flag information security competitions.


    Mikhail Kuzin is a Malware Analyst at Kaspersky Lab, responsible for researching non-Windows malware. He graduated from the National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI” in 2013.Some of his works on non-Windows malware are published on securelist.com. He was also a speaker at the “Botconf 2015” conference in Paris, presenting his research into Android “rooting” malware and at the RSA Conference 2017 in San Francisco with the presentation about connected car applications security. The last one was also presented by Mikhail at the New Mobility World 2017 in Frankfurt.




    Dmitry Galov is a Malware Analyst at Kaspersky Lab, responsible for researching non-Windows malware. He is currently studying at Lomonosov Moscow State University, taking part in various CTFs with Bushwhackers team. Dmitry was always interested in programming and reverse-engineering and started participating in different international competitions at high school. Nowadays, Dmitry is an experienced specialist with a deep knowledge of Android malware. Some of his works on non-Windows malware are published on securelist.com.





    Tatyana Shishkova Graduated from Lom onosov Moscow State University, studied at Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen. Malware analyst at Kaspersky Lab, has been working in the company since 2013. Specializes in network intrusion detection.Spoke at PHDays conference, zeronights and overdrive.





    Nikita is an experienced specialist with a deep knowledge of Android malware, currently specializing on applying machine learning methods to malware detection. Some of his works on non-Windows malware are published on securelist.com. He was also a speaker at the “Botconf 2015” conference in Paris, presenting his research into Android “rooting” malware






    @trufae Worldwide known Catalan reverse engineer and hacker. Author of the well-known radare RE tool and leader of the radare project and the r2con. Speaker at various computer security conferences. His tool, radare, has been used widely in reverse engineering tasks, it has been used even in Mr. Robot.





    Valery Slezkintsev works as a malware analyst at Kaspersky, he is in charge of doing research about advanced persistent threat detection and mitigation. He has taken part in different research projects along with Evgeniya Krylova and Dr. Alexander Shulmin. Some of his work is published at securelist.org





    Currently studying both Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Barcelona (UB). During last year I worked as a software developer at the Electronics Department (Physics Faculty) of the UB in a project from the ERC (European Research Council). I have attended to several infosec and dev conferences. Also, I have given talks and workshops at some universitary hackmeetings as well as infosec related divulgative talks at the university. Founder member and current president of Hacking Lliure, a non-profit ethical hacking association.





    Stephanie Carruthers is a Social Engineer Team Lead at MindPoint Group. At DEF CON 22 she won a black badge for the Social Engineering Capture the Flag (SECTF). Stephanie also was on the winning team for SAINTCON’S Vault Physical Security challenge, which won the team a black badge. Over the last five years Stephanie has presented and taught trainings at multiple InfoSec conferences. Stephanie has performed a variety of Social Engineering assessments for clients ranging from start-ups, Fortune 100 companies, and government agencies. Stephanie is on the DEF CON CFP review board as a specialist for Social Engineering submissions.




  • JC

    JC is a top level expert in social engineering and physical security. His recent work involved physical security auditories, infiltration and security assessments. He loves to contribute to the community by conducting trainings and workshops about their topics of expertise.





    13 años Consultoría y Auditoría en Ciberseguridad especializado en Hacking web, Digital Forensics, exploiting y Penetration Testings.Director de Operaciones (CTO) de la empresa de servicios de Ciberseguridad Andubay. Formador de Ciberseguridad a fuerzas del orden en España y Andorra. Director Máster en técnicas de Ciberseguridad de la Universidad de Barcelona-IL3. Profesor de Ciberseguridad en el Grado en Seguridad de la Universidad de Barcelona.  Organizador del congreso de Ciberseguridad y Hacking más longevo de España: No cON Name