Core Team

Claudio Guarnieri is a security researcher mostly specialized in the analysis of malware, botnets and computer attacks in general. He's a core member of The Honeynet Project as a research fellow at the Citizen Lab, University of Toronto. He created the open source malware analysis software Cuckoo Sandbox and Viper and runs the Malwr free service. He published abundant research on botnets and targeted attacks and presented at conferences such as Hack In The Box, BlackHat, Chaos Communication Congress and many more. He continuously researches and writes on government surveillance and threats to journalists and dissidents worldwide and supports human rights organisations with operational security and emergency response.

Collin Anderson is a Washington D.C.-based researcher focused on measurement and control on the Internet, including network ownership and access restrictions, with an emphasis on countries that restrict the free flow of information. These efforts have focused on monitoring the international sale of censorship equipment, identifying harm in disputes between network operators, exploring alternative means of communications that bypass normal channels of control, and applying open data to shed new light on increasingly sophisticated restrictions by repressive governments.

Andreas Lindh is a security professional, hacker, and researcher with experience in, among other areas, software and product security assessments, network security monitoring, intrusion analysis, and malware analysis. He has presented his work, both offensive and defensive, at international conferences such as Black Hat USA and Troopers. Andreas has experience working for multinational companies as well as small, boutique consultancies, and is passionate about fighting prejudice and racism wherever it may arise. You can find him online at @addelindh.

Veronica Valeros is a hacker, researcher and intelligence analyst from Argentina. Her research has a strong focus on helping people and involves different areas from wireless and bluetooth privacy issues to malware, botnets and intrusion analysis. She has presented her research on international conferences such as BlackHat, EkoParty, Botconf and others. She is the co-founder of the MatesLab hackerspace based in Argentina. Since 2013 she is part of the Cognitive Threat Analytics team (Cisco Systems) where she specialises on malware network traffic analysis and threats’ categorisation.

Johan Rydberg Möller is a professional nerd, security expert and researcher with many years experience in application security, vulnerability assessments and secure architecture and development. He runs the Swedish security conference Security Fest, hosts the Swedish security podcast Säkerhetspodcasten and works as a consultant for large, multinational corporations. In his free time (of which there is precious little) he is passionate about giving back to the community in any way possible. Follow him online at @johanrmoller