cSAW US-CANADA at NYU TAndon SChool of ENgineering
Marcus Barbu, Global Challenge Co-Lead
John Cunniff, Global Challenge Co-Lead
Kyle Martin, Global Infrastructure Lead
NYU Tandon School of Engineering, OSIRIS Lab
CSAW EUROPE at Grenoble INP - Esisar
Quentin Giorgi, Faculty Lead
CSAW México at University IberoamericanA
Felipe Trujillo Fernández, Faculty Lead, Capture the Flag & Red Team Competition
Felipe Antonio Trujillo Fernández, is an Electronics Engineer from the Iztapalapa Metropolitan Autonomous Metropolitan University, Master in Engineering from the Universidad Iberoamericana, Diploma in Higher Education from the Simón Bolívar University, Diploma in Six Sigma Methodology from the Universidad Iberoamericana.
He has twenty-five years of experience as a university professor at the undergraduate and master's level, he was a graduate coordinator in Quality Engineering for eight years, currently coordinates the Diplomas in Technology in the Directorate of Continuing Education at the Universidad Iberoamericana; he is a board member and secretary of the Technical Council of the graduate in Quality Engineering, he is a member of ASQ, he belongs to the Impartiality Committee for the Systems & Services Certification sector of SGS of Mexico, also to the Academic Committee for the Validation of Reagents of the Intermediate Exam Basic Sciences of Engineering (EXIL-CBI), of the National Center of Evaluation for Higher Education, AC CENEVAL, coordinated the last update of the curriculum of the Master's Degree in Quality Engineering, it is also substitute of the Committee of Vigilance and Impartiality for the Organization Certification Body of the Company TUV Rheinland de México, SA de CV.
He has four technical reviews published by different publishers, one for Java Language, two for Digital Electronics and one for Computer Networks.
He has directed several theses in undergraduate and postgraduate levels, has been a synod of undergraduate exams, has also attended congresses, conferences and courses.
Santiago Torres Arias, Global Liaison for CSAW Mexico
Santiago is a fourth-year Ph.D. Student at NYU’s Center for Cyber Security (CCS) under the guidance of Prof. Justin Cappos. His interests include binary analysis, cryptography, operating systems, and security-oriented software engineering. His current research focuses on securing the software development lifecycle, password storage mechanisms, and update systems. Santiago is a member of the Arch Linux security team and has contributed patches to F/OSS projects on various degrees of scale, including Git, the Linux Kernel, NeoMutt, and the Briar project. Santiago is also a developer for The Update Framework (TUF) and the lead of the in-toto project.
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