Gabriella Coleman is a cultural anthropologist and professor at McGill University who works on the cultures and politics of computer hacking. She has authored two book on computer hackers (Coding Freedom and Hacker Hoaxer Whistleblower Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous) and is currently working on an online video hacker museum project.
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Carlos Perez has been active in the security community since 1999 when he began working for the government of Puerto Rico, and he now leads TrustedSec’s research team. Carlos has presented at many security events, including DEFCON, DerbyCon, Hack3rCon, and BSides, and has both created and contributed to open-source projects, such as Metasploit, DNSRecon, and Posh-SSH, among others. For the past five years, Carlos has been awarded the Microsoft MVP award for Data Center Management in the specialties of Enterprise Security and PowerShell.
José is President/Co-Founder of Obsidis Cosortia, Inc a not for profit organization which mission is to promote professional development of information security for IT professionals, students and enthusiasts, and security & privacy awareness to the general public. Jose, runs a local security user group “Defcon Group 787”, is the head organizer of “Security B Sides Puerto Rico”, designs Network Security Training Scenarios and Simulations (Capture the flag events) and Hackathons, is the host of a cybersecurity podcast in Spanish called “La Resistencia .IO” and runs a personal blog about systems administration and information security CODEFidelio.org. Finally, he has presented in Conferences such as ISSA, ISACA, Security B Sides Puerto Rico, and Derbycon.
e-Mail: josequinones [at] codefidelio.org