The principle of least privilege is a security strategy applicable to different areas, which is based on the idea of only granting those permissions that are necessary for the performance of a certain activity
Education: I studied Computer Engineering at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
Career Summary: I was part of UNAM-CERT, performing activities such as the implementation of safety standards and best practices, coordination of the Information Security Management System and computer security audits.
Position and history at ESET: In 2014 I joined the ESET Mexico local team as an Awareness & Research Specialist.
What is the malware you hate the most? The malware that is developed using sponsorship.
Favorite activities: Reading, playing sports and watching movies.
What is your golden rule in cyberspace? If something sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
When did you have your first computer and what type was it? In 2001, a Pentium 4 computer.
What is your favorite activity or game on the computer? My favorite activities on the web are reading technology news and politics. Also chatting. Despite the years, my favorite game is still Super Mario Bros. 3.