Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Disruptive innovation in security techonologies #dinnoTSEC14

URJC Summer University Courses
'Disruptive innovation in security techonologies (dinnoTSec14)'
From June 30th to July 2nd
Madrid (Vicálvaro Campus, URJC).
(Photo: 2013 edition).

The Vicálvaro Campus of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC), in Madrid, hosts from 30 June to 2 July this year the course Disruptive Innovation in security technologies within the 15th edition of the Summer Courses of the University. Organized by the Research Centre for Technological Risk Management (CIGTR) and sponsored by BBVA since year 2011, this edition will be held at the URJC's Vicálvaro Campus.

This year's edition has major new features such as Startup Space, during the afternoons, devoted to Spanish entrepreneurs from technology industry. Some of them have achieved support from Venture Capital companies, like Seville startup Indysis, recently acquired by Intel Corporation.

The mornings will be devoted to lectures by outstanding speakers in both academic and business areas at national and international level. It will be attended by experts from Cloudera Data Science, COSMOS Observatory researchers of the University of Cardiff and experts in fraud prevention and fight against cyber terrorism, among others.

Among the topics to be addressed during this URJC's summer course, you may find all those that make up today's "frontline" of the matters relating to information security, such as cloud-based computing, artificial intelligence, detection of large-scale infections (APT attacks, botnets, etc.), cybercrime techniques, digital identity and even case studies of crime through social media.

Tuesday afternoon will host the roundtable Personal Information (PII), rights of citizens and international regulation, to be led by the head of Innovation in Security at Digital Technologies and Omnichannel area of BBVA Group, Luis Gimeno Saiz. In addition, the closing speech will be imparted by the Professor of Applied Mathematics of Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Regino Criado, and the director of the Unit for IT Risk Fraud and Security of BBVA Group, Santiago Moral Rubio.

Attendance at this course for every university student involves the recognition of 1 credit under the ECTS system. You may find detailed instructions for registry at the website of the courses (

Check out the list of speakers and lectures, and download the program from this link:

Monday, June 30th
Enforcing Location and Time-based Access Control on Cloud-stored Data
Claudio Soriente. Systems Security Group D-INFK. ETH Zurich.

Inteligencia Artificial y Machine Learning en la investigación de campañas APT
Vicente Díaz. Malware Senior Analyst. Kaspersky Lab, GREAT

CyberProbe: Towards Internet-Scale Active Detection of Malicious Server
Juan Caballero. Assistant Research Professor. Instituto IMDEA Software

Startup Space
Pandora FMS: Cómo competir con los grandes fabricantes de software sin morir en el intento
Sancho Lerena. CEO and Co-founder. Artica Soluciones Tecnológicas.

Especialización e innovación para competir en seguridad
Andrés Tarascó Acuña. Security Auditor and Founder Tarlogic

Indisys—Intelligent Dialogue Systems
Guillermo Pérez. Engineer Software Manager. Intel Corporation

Tuesday, July 1st
Protegiendo la información en la nube. Tecnologías de cifrado
Isaac Agudo. Professor hired Dr. University of Málaga. Network, Information and Computer Security Lab

Disruptive innovation in cybercrime techniques
Etay Maor. Senior Fraud Prevention Strategist. Trusteer (an IBM company)

Innovación en Identidad
Luis Saiz. Head of Innovation at Security, Digital Technologies and Omnichannel área at BBVA Group.

Startup space
Enigmedia. Innovación en comunicaciones cifradas
Gerard Vidal. Founder. Enigmedia

Mesa Redonda. Información personal (PII), derechos de los ciudadanos y regulación internacional
Luis Saiz. Digital technologies and Ominchannel. BBVA Group.
Isaac Agudo. University of Málaga.
Juan López-Rubio Fernández. Head of iLabs at I4S
Esther González Hernández. Professor of Constitutional Law. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.
Pablo García Mexía. Visiting professor of de Law on the Internet (The College of William & Mary) Of Counsel en Ashurst, LLP.

Wednesday, July 2nd
Anomaly detection with Apache Spark
Sean Owen. Director of Data Science Cloudera.

Crime-Sensing Through Social Media - exploring the relationship between tweets about disorder and recorded crime
Luke Sloan. Collaborator at COSMOS - Cardiff University.

Closing Lecture: A model of university-industry collaboration: the relationship between BBVA Group and URJC during the period 2011-2014
Regino Criado. Professor of Applied Mathematics. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.
Santiago Moral Rubio. Director of IT Risk, Fraud & Security. BBVA Group.


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