Jiahao Li, Security researcher of Sky-Go Team, 360 Technology.Security Skill: Penetration, HardwareHe presented at Hack PWN 2017, Code Blue 2018.He spends his time finding and exploiting vulnerabilities from IVI, TCU, and TSP. He has cracked over 15 connected cars last year.
Joxean Koret has been working for the past +15 years in many different computing areas. He started working as database software developer and DBA for a number of different RDBMS. Afterwards he got interested in reverse engineering and applied this knowdlege to the DBs he was working with, for which he has discovered dozens of vulnerabilities in products from the major database vendors, specially in Oracle software. He also worked in other security areas like malware analysis and anti-malware software development for an Antivirus company or developing IDA Pro at Hex-Rays. He is also a co-author of “The Antivirus Hackers Handbook” and maintains various open source projects like Diaphora. He is currently a security engineer in Activision.
Dr. Zhingyang Peng
Dr. Zhiniang Peng is a security researcher at Qihoo 360 core security. He has more than 10 years of experience in both offensive and defensive security and published many academic papers in the field of information security. Dr. Peng has designed several security products in data security and discovered several critical vulnerabilities in various fields. His current research interests include software security, blockchain security and applied cryptography.
Dr. Alexey Shulmin
Alexey joined Kaspersky Lab in 2013 as a Malware Analyst in the Anti-Botnet group, responsible for the analysis of bot functionality and their communication protocols. In 2016, he was appointed lead of the newly-formed Targeted Attacks Research team, aimed at providing strong detections for all known APTs and providing expert support for the Anti-APT product He graduated from D. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia (cybernetic dept.) with a Bachelor degree and later an MA-equivalent degree. He received a PhD in computer science (Info security) from Bauman Moscow State Technical University.
Dr. Denisa Kera
Dr. Denisa Kera is a philosopher and designer that experiments with various creative strategies of public engagement in emerging science and technology issues. She uses design methods (UX, critical design, design fiction, future scenarios, participatory design), ethnography and prototyping to research STS (Science, Technology and Society) issues. She spent the last decade as an Assistant Professor at the National University of Singapore, Senior Lecturer of Future Design in Prague College, and a Visiting Assistant Professor at Arizona State University, where she continues to cooperate as an affiliate member with the Centre for the Study of the Future. Currently, she is a Marie Curie Research Fellow at BISITE, University of Salamanca, researching Distributed Ledger Technologies (blockchain) and applications (smart contracts).
Jiawen Xiao, Senior security researcher of Sky-Go Team, 360 Technology..Focusing on penetration testing, IoT security and automotive security.Author of the book called Intelligent hardware security.Speaker of Hack PWN 2016.He has extensive experience in penetration testing and reported many vulnerabilities in connected car system in the past few years.
The 38-year-old journalist has been an editor for various, up-to-date print and online media for thirteen years. Since November 2010 she has been writing for the technology portal futurezone.at and the Austrian daily newspaper Kurier. The editorial team was awarded the “New Media Journalism Award” in 2013 by the Austrian Journalists Club (ÖJC).
Minrui Yan is a senior security researcher of SkyGo Team at Qihoo 360, focused on automotive cybersecurity. He is interested in penetration testing, hardware security and developing. Author of the book Intelligent hardware security. Presenting research on various conferences such as PacSec, POC, CodeBlue, CanSecWest, SyScan360, BlackHat Arsenal.
Andrey has been studying computer science at National Research University Higher School of Economics since 2015. Although he is studying at “Software Engineering”, he is very interested in security researches so in a year, in 2016, he additionally joined Kaspersky Lab as an Intern in the Targeted Attacks Research team. Now he is responsible for working on detections for known APTs and for making researches on unknown APTs at Malware Analyst position.
Graduated from Lomonosov 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.
Dmitry is a junior member of the kaspersky GREaT team, currently working in Android and IoT investigations, he took part in many projects and publications on the securelist. He is interested in everything related to machine learning and android malware analysis.
Boris Larin is a malware analyst at Kaspersky Lab, focused on exploits and network attack detection. His main fields of interest are reverse engineering, code deobfuscation and vulnerability research. He is also the author of educational materials for Kaspersky Academy and regular writer for securelist.com. In his free time he likes to investigate and examine the security of embedded devices.
Yu Hong﴾redrain﴿, the head of 360-CERT Analysis Team. He focus on security countermeasures
and application security research, he has discovered and reported several vulnerabilities and
received acknowledgement for his contributions from various companies including Apple,
Atlassian, Microsoft, Artifex and more. Yu has gave presentations on HITB, Defcon, RUXCON,
Syscan360, Qcon, xKungfoo etc. And he is also the member of Hall of Fame in Atlassian.
Shikang Xing﴾merjerson﴿ is a Security Researcher from 360CERT of Qihoo Company. With more than 3 years of security research.He focus on software security and malware analysis. He also found lots of vulnerabilities for several companies.
Enric Florit (@enricflorit) is currently studying Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Barcelona, with emphasis on number theory, algebra, and cryptography. He’s been granted two assistantships at UB, the current one in Learning Analytics. He is co-founder and CTO of the ecommerce startup Skibeta, as well as co-founder and treasurer of Hacking Lliure. With this association, he has attended several conferences and organized activities including talks, workshops and development projects.
Alexander graduated from National Research Nuclear University MEPhI and now is a PhD student there. Junior malware analyst at Kaspersky Lab’s Anti-Botnet group.
Alexander joined Kaspersky Lab in 2017 as an intern, now he is responsible for monitoring both well-known and new botnet malware.
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.
Arnau (@arnaugamez), 21 years old, is a student of Mathematics and Computer Engineering at the University of Barcelona. He has worked as a software developer in a project of the European Research Council and has been a DFIR summer intern at Arsenal Consulting. Speaker at seminars and university meetings as well as in several security conferences (RootedCON, OverdriveConference, r2con…). He collaborates in the organization of the radare congress (r2con) and is co-founder and president of @HackingLliure, a non-profit association of ethical hacking and computer security.