Rayna Stamboliyska focuses on EU cyber diplomacy and resilience including issues related to cybersecurity, strategic autonomy and data protection. An award-winning author for her most recent book "La face cachée d'Internet" ("The dark side of the Internet", Larousse 2017), Rayna is also an IoT hacker and a staunch proponent of open source, data and science. Rayna has served in various Directorship and security-related foreign policy positions: she has consulted for international organisations, private companies, governments and non-profits, interfacing with public sector actors and guiding them through innovative policy-making processes. Energetic and passionate, Rayna has grown to become a recognised information security speaker committed to educating those outside of the industry on security threats and best practices. A longtime diversity advocate, she is Council Member of Women4Cyber Europe.
Currently, Rayna is the VP Governance and Public Affairs at YesWeHack, a global bug bounty and coordinated disclosure leader. She also manages the EU-funded SPARTA research and innovation project, which is a pilot for the EU Cyber Competences Network. She teaches at Sciences Po Paris and writes up the cybersecurity expert column "50 shades of Internet" at ZDNet.fr.
Q&A and discussion for the malware block, hosted and moderated by Rayna Stamboliyska. Questions will be gathered from the audience during the four prior talks.