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Alfonso Muñoz Muñoz

PhD in Telecommunications Engineering by Technical University of Madrid
(UPM) and postdoc researcher in network security by Universidad Carlos
III de Madrid (UC3M). He has been a senior security researcher for more
than 10 years and has published more than 60 academic publications
(IEEE, ACM, JCR, hacking conferences…), books and computer security
tools. He has also worked in advanced projects with European Organisms,
public bodies and multinational companies (global 500). For over a
decade, he has been involved in security architecture design,
penetration tests, forensic analysis, mobile and wireless environments,
and information security research (leading technical and scientific
teams). Alfonso frequently takes part as a speaker in hacking
conferences (STIC CCN-CERT, DeepSec, HackInTheBox, Virus Bulletin,
RootedCon, RootedCon VLC, 8.8, No cON Name, GSICKMinds, Cybercamp,
Secadmin, JNIC, Ciberseg,X1RedMasSegura, …) and commercial and
academic security conferences (+60 talks). He is certified by CISA
(Certified Information Systems Auditor), CEHv8 (Certified Ethical
Hacker), CHFIv8 (Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator) and CES
(Certified Encryption Specialist). Several academic and professional
awards. Professor (master’s degree in systems security) in several
universities: UEM, UNIR, UJAEN.

He is co-editor of the Spanish Thematic Network of Information Security
and Cryptography (CRIPTORED), where he develops and coordinates several
projects about cybersecurity and advanced training, with great impact in
Spain and Latam.

Specialities: Pentesting & network security, Digital Surveillance &
Forensic technology, Cryptography, Steganography, NLP and Machine Learning