Malware coded synthetic genomes have caused skepticism within the scientific community, but new research might help to change that perception.
Education: Information Systems Engineer with an M.Sc. in Information Security at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. In 2010 I also cooperated within the Institute for Neural Computation at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum in Germany.
Highlights of your career: Getting a German driver's license
Position and history at ESET: Joined ESET Latinoamérica in 2011 as security researcher and in 2012 started to coordinate the area. In 2014 I moved to Germany where I collaborate to improve security-related activities and also work as editor-in-chief for WeLiveSecurity.
What malware do you hate the most? Hating malware does not seem to help. I try to understand it in order to help our users to protect themselves.
Favorite activities: Traveling and knowing new cultures.
Golden rule for cyberspace? If we all do what we suggest, we’d be safer.
When did you get your first computer and what kind was it? In 1999, it was a Pentium 200 Mhz, 32 Mb RAM and 4 Gb hard disk.
Favorite computer activity: Booking flights.