Hao Chen is an associate professor at the Department of Computer Science at the University of
California, Davis. He received his Ph.D. at the Computer Science Division at the University
of California, Berkeley. He won the National Science Foundation CAREER award in 2007.
Research focuses on computer security. Interested in a broad range of security problems,
including Web security, cellular network security, firewall security, software security,
and malware defense. Member of the Computer Security Laboratory.
Prof. Marc Dacier obtained his Ph.D. in 1994 from Institut National Polytechnique, Toulouse, France
(European Label). In July 2002 he joined EURECOM as a professor until april 2008 to join Symantec
Research Labs. He remains active within EURECOM as an adjunct professor. He teaches networking and
operational computing security related lectures.
Since September 2009, he is a senior director in charge of the Collaborative Advanced Research Department
(CARD) within Symantec Research Labs. CARD has members located in France (Sophia Antipolis), Ireland
(Dublin) as well as in the United States (Washington DC and Los Angeles). He is mostly interested in
the following research areas: attack attribution, underground economy, trustworthy infrastructure,
cloud computing, privacy, intrusion detectoin, core internet security.
He has cofounded in 1998, with Kathleen Jackson from the Los Alamos National Lab, the symposium on
«Recent Advances on Intrusion Detection» (RAID), now considered as the main conference in this area.
He is still chairing its steering committee. The 14th edition of RAID will take place at SRI
(California, USA) at the end of September 20011.
He has served in more than 60 program committees of major security and dependability conferences and is
a member of the steering committee of the «European Symposium on Research for Computer Security» (ESORICS).
He is frequently invited as a keynote speaker in major events. He has served on the editorial board of the
following journals : IEEE, TDSC, ACM TISSEC and JIAS.
Marten van Dijk
Dr. Marten van Dijk is a research scientist affiliated with MIT Computer Science and
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and RSA Labs. He has two Master's degrees and a PhD
from the Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands.
Dr. van Dijk has numerous
contributions to cryptography, security and error correction codes. He is the lead
inventor of the error correcting codes which have been accepted in the digital video
recording standard for Blu-ray disc. He participated in the creation of physical
unclonable functions (PUFs). PUF technology is the foundation of the two start-up
companies Verayo and Intrinsic-ID.
At MIT he introduced a new secure device model called
the trusted execution module (TEM) for commodity general-purpose trusted computing. More
recently, he has researched on secure cloud computing and homomorphic encryption and its
David Chadwick is Professor of Information Systems Security at the University of Kent.
He is the leader of the Information Systems Security Research Group
(http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/research/groups/iss/index.html) and a member of IEEE and ACM.
He has published widely, with over 140 publications in international journals, conferences
and workshops, including 5 books, 14 book chapters, 25 journals
(see http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/dwc8/pubs.html) and successfully managed over
25 research projects. He has served as a PC member of over 100 international conferences
and been the PC Chair for 5 and co chair for 2.
He specialises in Public Key Infrastructures, Privilege Management Infrastructures,
Trust Management, Identity Management, Privacy Management and Internet Security research in general.
Current research topics include: attribute aggregation, policy based authorisation, cloud security,
the management of trust, recognition and delegation of authority and autonomic security.
He actively participates in standardisation activities, is the UK BSI representative to X.509
standards meetings, the chair of the Open Grid Forum OGSA Authorisation Working Group,
and a member of OASIS and the Kantara Initiative. He is the author of a number of Internet
Drafts, RFCs and OGF documents. He is the leader of WP7 (Identity Management, Authentication and
Authorisation) in the TAS3 FW7 Integrated Project (www.tas3.eu). Prior to this, he has been involved
in the following EC projects: MAITS, TrustHealth2, ICE-TEL, ICE-CAR, PERMIS, GUIDES, PKI Challenge,
His group are the creators of PERMIS (www.openpermis.org), an open source X.509 and SAML
supported RBAC authorisation infrastructure which has been hardened by the Swiss MOD and
released as Open Source Hardened PERMIS at http://www.osor.eu/projects/openpermis. PERMIS
is currently integrated with Globus Toolkit, Shibboleth, Apache, the OMII-UK and XACML.
General José Carlos dos Santos
Comandante do Centro de Defesa Cibernético (CDCiber)
General-de-Divisão do Exército é o atual chefe do Centro de Defesa Cibernética do Exército.
Foi Instrutor da Escola de Comunicações e da Academia Militar das Agulhas Negras, Comandante do
4º Batalhão de Comunicações (Recife-PE), observador militar em missão da Onu em Angola, chefe da
Seção de Tecnologia da Informação na 2ª Subchefia do Estado-Maior do Exército, adido do Exército
na Itália, Comandante da 18º Brigada de Infantaria de Fronteira (Corumbá-MS), e Diretor de Ensino
Preparatório e Assistencial (Colégios Militares).
Além dos cursos de formação, aperfeiçoamento e altos estudos militares, especializou-se em Gestão
da Tecnologia da Informação na Escola Nacional de Administração Pública e Gestão Estratégica da
Informação pela Fundação Getúlio Vargas.
Itamar Almeida de Carvalho
Perito Criminal Federal da Polícia Federal
Itamar Almeida de Carvalho é Perito Criminal Federal da Polícia Federal, lotado no Serviço de Perícias em
Informática do Instituto Nacional de Criminalística. É o atual Presidente da ABEAT (Associação Brasileira
de Especialistas em Alta Tecnologia) e o Presidente do Capítulo Brasília da HTCIA (High Tech Crime Investigation
Association). É Bacharel em Ciência da Computação pela Universidade Federal do Ceará e Mestrando em Engenharia
Elétrica pela Universidade de Brasília.