Emanuele is a passionate information security professional. He worked as tier two security analyst in the Security Operation Center (Se.O.C. or S.O.C.) of one of the largest italian telecom operator and as code security specialist in one of the largest worldwide group.
Currently, he is working as information security manager for one of main facilities of an international organization.
With a strong technical background, he is specialized in offensive security, reverse engineering, forensic investigations, threats analysis and incidents management.
Since January 2013, he is an official IT Security Researcher and contributor at InfoSec Institute Inc. (http://www.infosecinstitute.com), one of the most trusted institutions about information security training since 1998.
He holds a bachelor degree in applied computer science (110/110) and an executive master in computer security and digital forensic investigations (110/110). Since June 2014, he is attending the “advanced cyber security certificate program” at the Stanford University. He is also holding (in good standing and with all required CPE credits) the following professional certifications:
CISSP – Certified Information System Security Professional (member id: 414464)
MCSE + Security – Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Specialized Security (license: MCPID 7705950)
C|EH, E | CSA, L | PT, C | HFI – EC-Council Certified Security Analyst – Licensed Penetration Tester – Certified Hacking Forensic Investigator (license: ECC955193)
CIFI – IISFA Certified Information Forensics Investigator (license: 1158)
CREA – IACRB Certified Reverse Engineering Analyst (license: not applicable)
CompTIA Security Plus Certified (license: COMP001020129767)
CCNA Network & Security – Cisco Certified Network and Security Associate (license: CSCO11884832)
For educational purposes, he has personally developed some software to help in protecting Microsoft systems (a personal firewall and an applications behavioral control from XP to 2003 enterprise server) and for the defense of intellectual property of web applications written through HTML/PHP/JS technologies.
He is currently a member of the IISFA association (International Information Systems Forensics Association) with which can deepen topics directly or indirectly related to cyber crimes.
He has discovered, in the past, some vulnerabilities for web and server applications (responsible disclosure for unrealircd, prestashop, ASPForum etc .etc.) under his codename (ac1d: a little game over his surname).
He taught and continues to teach in several courses funded by public and private entities aimed to professional specialization of students in IT disciplines or targeted to the achievement of individual professional certifications like Cisco CCENT, Cisco CCNA and EC-Council C|EH.
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