We are continuing the series of interviews with Kaspersky Lab experts enquiring their opinion regarding cyber-security industry and related threats. Here, Maria Garnaeva. She joined Kaspersky Lab in 2008 as a malware analyst. She focuses on botnet research, malware analysis and providing malware detections. Maria is a graduate of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University.
The most recent round of the “CyberSecurity for the Next Generation 2014: Americas Round” student conference was held March 31 - April 2 in Washington D.C. and was hosted by Georgetown University. Founded in 1789, Georgetown University is the oldest and largest Catholic and Jesuit university in America. Today, the University is an international, research university offering undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in D.C. and around the world.
Kaspersky Academy continues its project “Five minutes with…” that will see our partners and renowned university professors answering the Academy’s questions. The next interlocutor Dr. Enrique Mafla who is a professor of Computer Science at Escuela Politecnica Nacional, Quito. He received his MS and PhD from Purdue University. He has published in IEEE Computer, USENIX Journal on Computing Systems, Computer Networks and ISDN Systems and presented his work in several international conferences on Computer Science. Dr. Mafla has worked for the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations and the University of Florida. In addition to teaching and research, he has been an external consultant on ICT and information security issues for major organizations in Ecuador
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