SECITC 2013 Schedule:
The SECITC 2013 Conference Program is available for download here.
Keynote speakers – alphabetical order:
- Ramses GALLEGO- Security Strategist & Evangelist, Dell Software and International VP, ISACA, Board of Directors
With an MBA and law education, Ramsés Gallego is a +15 year security professional with deep expertise in the risk management and governance areas. Ramsés is security strategist & evangelist for Dell Software and holds the following professional accreditations: CISM, CGEIT, CISSP, SCPM, CCSK, ITIL and COBIT foundations. An internationally recognized public speaker has visited +20 different countries in the past 12 months and has been awarded ‘best speaker’ many times. He is also a six sigma black belt professional and is proud of being international VP for ISACA and has a seat in its board of directors. He lives in Barcelona, Spain, with his wonderful wife and his two loved kids.
- Frank PIESSENS - Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
His research field is software security, where he focuses on the development of high-assurance techniques to deal with implementation-level software vulnerabilities and bugs, including techniques such as software verification, run-time monitoring, type systems and programming language design. He studies the theory behind these techniques as well as their application in many types of software systems, including web applications, embedded software, and mobile applications. His contributions to the field of software security include the development of verification techniques for C-like languages, the development of the secure multi-execution technique for enforcing information flow security, and the development of a variety of countermeasures for buffer overflow style vulnerabilities. He is a program chair of the 2014 edition of the International symposium on Engineering Secure Software and Systems (ESSOS 2014) and has served on the program committee of numerous security and software conferences including ACM CCS, ESORICS, ACM POPL and ECOOP.
- Monica ENE-PIETROŞANU - Country Manager @ Intel Romania Software Development Center (IRSDC)
Monica Ene-Pietroşanu, Country Manager of Intel Romania Software Development Center, oversees the overall center’s activities and drives Intel’s software agenda in the country, liaising with key players in the IT industry and representing Intel in relationship with the public and academic environment. Intel employs in Romania over 400 highly skilled IT experts. Prior to Intel, Monica worked for 13 years with Microsoft, out of which 8 years in the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, WA and 5 years in Romania where she leaded the Microsoft Global Technical Support Center in Bucharest. Monica holds a PhD degree in Computer Science at Polytechnic University in Bucharest.
- Bogdan WARINSCHI – Lecturer in Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering, University of Bristol
With a BSc. Degree from University of Bucharest and PhD. degree from University of California, San Diego, Bogdan Warinschi is a Lecturer in Computer Science, at Faculty of Engineering from University of Bristol. His research areas are focused on Security and Cryptography: connections between symbolic and computational security analysis, rigorous models for security, point lattices, foundational issues.
Intel Software Romania
Q-East Software – Dell Software