The health situation caused by Covid-19 has meant big changes in companies, many of them have had to adapt on the fly and implement strategies such as teleworking. However, this means greater exposure and less protection if appropriate measures are not taken.
Yet another interesting lecture on the world of programming languages at C1b3rWall Academy 2021. This time under the title “Shifting it to the left” by Borja Gonzalez Carro, who is Lead Security Analyst for IRIUSRISK SL.
Programming languages have never been as widely used as they are today. Jesús Lagares Galá, student of Computer Engineering at the University of Cadiz and collaborating student at the Department of Computer Engineering, is aware of this and has given us an interesting lecture on Programming languages for cybersecurity at C1b3rWall Academy 2021.
Selva Orejón and Danilo Gelman participated in C1b3rWall Academy 2021 with a lecture under the title “From OSINT to K.O.”. The objective of this lecture was to learn about the new physical threats and attacks derived from the poor management of our information on the Internet.
Passwords are a big target for cybercriminals. It is therefore necessary to follow the advice of experts on how to keep our data safe. Víctor Carrión Hontoria from CARTIF, participates in Module 3 C1b3rWall Academy and is delivering a lecture on “The challenge of creating a strong password”.
C1b3rWall Academy continues with interesting lectures in the field of cybersecurity, blockchain, artificial intelligence, among other technologies. Module 4 of the program is based on “Programming languages oriented to cybersecurity”. This time Carlos Morales Diego from Deloitte explains what PowerShell is, and talks about its benefits and uses in different areas.
ns and hacking platforms such as HackTheBox. He was Red Teamer for Santander Bank and is currently a backend developer working with Python and PostgreSQL. He participates in C1b3rWall with a lecture on ” Rusty cybersecurity”.
Securing both personal and work environments is becoming increasingly important. Through a series of informative lectures, Module 3 of C1b3rWall Academy teaches us about the benefits of keeping our systems protected. José Aurelio García Mateos, is director of the Salamanca Computer Auditors Office. He has been practicing his profession since 1989, and as an auditor and expert in computer forensics and cybersecurity since 2007.
In a digitized world we are increasingly using the cloud to store our information, but have you ever wondered if communication through the cloud is really secure? Jesús Rodríguez Aragón, is a Computer Engineer, holds a master’s degree in Intelligent Systems and a PhD in Computer Science and Automation from the University of Salamanca. He presents his talk “Communication through the cloud: Privacy?” as part of Module 3 of C1b3rWall Academy.