|Marco Giuliani, Company Director
Marco Giuliani is a world renowned security expert. He’s working in the security industry for 10 years, he started as independent security researcher and IT journalist for Tom’s Hardware Italy and italian online media Hardware Upgrade S.r.l. He joined british security company Prevx Ltd. in 2006, where he worked on the analysis of advanced persistent threats, kernel mode rootkits and on the development of security solutions, anti-rootkit engines, exploit prevention technologies. In 2010, after Prevx has been acquired, Marco joined american security company Webroot Inc. Marco is often quoted by international media about IT security incidents. He has been among the first researchers to discover and write technical analysis of many dangerous threats, like Gromozon rootkit, MBR rootkit, ZeroAccess rootkit, TDL4 rootkit, BIOS rootkit. He also worked with Microsoft in fixing a serious zero-day exploit in November 2010 – patched with the security bulletin MS11-011.Starting from March 2012, he’s the owner and director of ITSEC italian security company.
|Andrea Allievi, Senior Security Researcher
Andrea Allievi is senior security researcher and kernel developer at ITSEC company, where he’s responsible for analyzing advanced threats like kernel mode rootkits and developing anti-rootkit routines to detect and remove those infections. He has a strong background in malware reversing through IDA disassembler, Windbg and he also developed his own specific tools. Prior moving to ITSEC, he joined Webroot Inc. security company in 2011.Andrea owns a Computer Science degree, his degree thesis is focused on the evolution of 64 bit malware and the development of a x64 MBR rootkit able to circumvent Microsoft’s security features implemented in their 64 bit operating systems like Kernel Patch Protection.
|Riccardo Vandoni, Web Security Researcher
Riccardo Vandoni is based in Perugia, Italy.
|Benedetto Voltattorni, Security researcher
Benedetto Voltattorni joined ITSEC in 2012, as security researcher. His main activities are investigating malware technologies and develop routines to detect and remove malware. He’s deeply involved in every aspect of cryptography science applied to IT Security and, especially, to malware. Benedetto owns a Computer Science degree.
|Marco Bizzarri, Security researcher
Marco Bizzarri joined ITSEC in 2012 as security researcher. Prior joining ITSEC, he worked at the italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics as software developer. He took part in international projects at NASA and CERN sponsored by the National Institute of Nuclear Physics. In ITSEC he works with Benedetto in profiling new malware behaviors and analyzing emerging threats.Marco owns a Computer Science degree.
|Davide Tortoioli, Mobile Security Researcher