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BruCON 0x10 – Keynote announcement

We are thrilled to announce Kim Wuyts and Michael Sikorski as our Keynote Speakers for BruCON 0x10!

Kim Wuyts  (@Wuytski) is a leading privacy engineering expert with over 15 years of experience in security and privacy. Before joining PwC as Manager Cyber & Privacy, Kim was a senior researcher at KU Leuven where she led the development and extension of LINDDUN, a popular privacy threat modeling framework.

Her mission is to raise privacy awareness and get organizations to embrace privacy engineering best practices. She is a guest lecturer, and experienced speaker at international privacy and security conferences such as OWASP Global AppSec, RSA, Troopers, CPDP, and IAPP DPC. Kim is also a co-author of the Threat Modeling Manifesto, program co-chair of the International Workshop on Privacy Engineering (IWPE), and a member of ENISA’s working group on Data Protection Engineering.

Michael Sikorski (@mikesiko) is the CTO of Unit 42 at Palo Alto Networks where he leads the Threat Intelligence and Engineering teams. He is a renowned expert in reverse engineering and wrote the best seller, “Practical Malware Analysis”. Previously at Mandiant for 15 years, he’s responded to countless high profile cybersecurity incidents and founded the FLARE team.

Mike helped to unravel numerous landmark cases from APT1 to the SolarWinds supply chain backdoor. Mike also graduated from a technical development program at the NSA. With passion for education and collaboration, Mike teaches cyber security at Columbia University and is on the Board of Directors for the Cyber Threat Alliance. Mike is a long time fan and supporter of BruCON.

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