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This is the review board for papers submitted for talks at CODE BLUE

YUJI UKAI

YUJI UKAI 鵜飼 裕司

Born 1973 Tokushima Prefecture Phd. Engineering.After working at the Kodak corporations in digital imaging devices development,Yuji moved to the United States to work for eEye Digital Security Inc, focusing his research on security vulnerability analysis and vulnerability diagnostic technologies, embedded system security threat analysis.In 2007 established FFRI,Inc. focusing on researching core security technologies, consulting,security product development and sales.He is also a researcher for the Information-technology Promotion Agency,Japan, focusing on the analysis and planning of counter measures against treats surrounding computer security related issues.He has also been involved in numerous government related projects as a member and observer such as, Ministry of General Affairs "Cloud Security Commision",Cabinet Secretariat "Risk Requirement Reference Model Workgroup","Joint Collaboration Map Creation Workgroup",Information-technology Promotion Agency Japan,"Automotive Security Commission","Control System Security Commision". He is also a member of the Content Review Board for BlackHat Conference (USA).

YOSHINORI TAKESAKO

YOSHINORI TAKESAKO 竹迫 良範

Yoshinori Takesako is the executive committee chairperson, organizer, and challenge creator of the SECCON CTF contests that are held several times a year throughout Japan including large international online and in-person contests.
He is also on the OWASP Japan advisory board, the review board for the CODE BLUE conference, a Microsoft MVP of Developer Security, the leader of the Shibuya Perl Mongers group, and has been designated an expert in ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 22 programming languages such as C# and other scripting languages.
He has also presented at information security conferences such as HITCON in 2011 "Disassembling Flash Lite 3.0 SWF Files", and OWASP AppSec APAC 2014 "Secure escaping method for the age of HTML5", and has published some books and papers:"Reading ECMA-262 Edition 5.1" and "How to Execute Arbitrary Code on x86 JIT Compliers" etc.

YOUSUKE HASEGAWA

YOUSUKE HASEGAWA はせがわ ようすけ

Secure Sky Technology Inc, Technical Adviser. Known for finding numerous vulnerablities in Internet Explorer、Mozilla Firefox and other web applications.He has also presented at Black Hat Japan 2008、South Korea POC 2008、2010 and others.
OWASP Kansai Chapter Leader

YUU ARAI

YUU ARAI 新井 悠

He started to work in the information security industry from 2000. He was involved with starting up the SOC business at LAC Co.,Ltd, and had worked at the branch office in United States. He discovered a number of the vulnerabilities of many prominent softwares such as Internet Explorer and Windows, as a information security researcher. He focued more on Malware analysis since more and more of the network worm issues came up these days, and published research results and books. Because he wanted to contribute more on the anti-malware specialized work, he moved to TrendMicro Incorporated in August 2013. CISSP.

Vincenzo Lozzo

Vincenzo Iozzo ヴィンチェンツォ・ロッゾ

Vincenzo is the CEO and Co-Founder of IperLane, Inc. Prior to IperLane, Vincenzo was an Entrepreneur in Residence at Rakoku Holdings where he focused on Information Security and FinTech. In addition to his work at IperLane, Vincenzo is a Partner at the Italian business incubator iStarter SpA. Vincenzo’s specialised research in Mac OS X security, smartphone exploitation, and exploit payloads has been presented at information security conferences around the world including Black Hat, Microsoft BlueHat, Qualcomm Security Summit and TedX.
Vincenzo serves as a committee member on the Black Hat Review Board and is a co-author of the “iOS Hacker’s Handbook” (Wiley, 2012). He is perhaps best known for his participation in Pwn2Own, where he co-wrote exploits for Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari that placed second in 2012. Vincenzo also collaborates with the World Economic Forum on their Cyber Resilience project.

Masafumi Negishi

Masafumi Negishi 根岸 征史

Internet Initiative Japan Inc., Senior Engineer
He worked for information technology and consulting company for years, focusing on security assessment and penetration testing. In 2003, He moved to IIJ Technology, leading their security businesses as a manager of security service division. He is working for Internet Initiative Japan Inc. (IIJ) as a member of CSIRT, conducting threat intelligence analysis. He is also an instructor of SANS training and a member of OWASP Japan Advisory Board.

SeungJin 'beist' Lee

SeungJin 'beist' Lee ソンジン・ビースト・リー

Beist has been a member of the IT security field since 2000. His first company was Cyber Research based in Seoul, South Korea and focused on pen-testing. He then got a Computer Engineering B.A. degree from Sejong University. He has won more than 10 Capture the Flag hacking contests in his country as well as passed DefCon quals 6 times. He has run numerous security conferences and hacking contests in Korea. Hunting bugs and exploiting them are his main interest. He is a graduate student at CIST IAS LAB, Korea University and CEO of a leading information security company in Korea, GrayHash.

Halvar Flake

Thomas Dullien(aka Halvar Flake)トーマス・ダーリエン(aka ハルバー・フレイク)

Thomas Dullien is a security researcher and ex-entrepreneur well-known for his contributions to the theory and practice of vulnerability development and software reverse engineering. While studying for his MSc in mathematics, his research on graph-based code similarity won the Horst-Goertz Prize in 2006 -then Germany's biggest privately financed research prize in the natural sciences.
He commercialized this research in a company called zynamics which got acquired by Google, leading to him aborting his PhD studies. He has worked on topics from the very practical (turning security patches into attacks) and concrete (turning physics-induced DRAM bitflips into useful attacks) to the theoretical (attempting to clarify the theoretical foundations of exploitation). He currently works for Google Project Zero in Zurich.

Blockchain Track

Shin'ichiro Matsuo, Ph.D.

Shin'ichiro Matsuo, Ph.D.松尾 真一郎

Dr. Shin'ichiro Matsuo is a research scientist in cryptography and information security. He is working on maturing Blockchain technology from academia side and presents research results on Blockchain security. At Georgetown University, he directs the Blockchain Technology and Ecosystem Design (B-TED) research center and leads multi-disciplinary research among technology, economy, law, and regulation. He also leads international research collaboration on Blockchain as a director's Liaison for Financial Cryptography at MIT Media Lab and founded BASE (Blockchain Academic Synergized Environment) alliance with the University of Tokyo and Keio University. He is a co-founder of the BSafe.network, an international and neutral research test network to promote applied academic research in Blockchain technologies.
He is a part of many program committees on Blockchain technology and information security, and a program co-chair of Scaling Bitcoin 2018 Tokyo. He serves as the leader of security standardization project of Blockchain (ISO TC307). Previously he served as the head of Japanese national body of ISO/IEC JTC1 SC27/WG2 for cryptographic techniques, a member of advisory board cryptographic technology for the Japanese government.

Blockchain Track

Eric Lombrozo

Eric Lombrozoエリック・ロンブローゾ

Eric Lombrozo is a software developer and entrepreneur with seven years of blockchain development experience and over 20 years of experience in enterprise-scale software architecture, information security, systems integration, and project management. He is cofounder and co-CEO of Ciphrex Corp, a company developing tools and platforms for cryptocurrency networks. In addition, Lombrozo has contributed to the Bitcoin Core open source project as well as other consensus networks such as Litecoin, Ethereum, and Ripple.

Blockchain Track

Tetsutaro Uehara

Tetsutaro Uehara上原 哲太郎

Professor of Information Science and Engineering Department at Ritsumeikan University.
In 1995, he left from Kyoto University graduate school doctorate student study course. After working as an assistant at Kyoto University, a lecturer at Wakayama University, and an assistant professor at Kyoto University, he was engaged in the standardization of communication standards and information security policy at the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications since 2011. Appointed to the current position in 2013. His specialty is on cyber security, system management and municipal information system. He authored "IT Text Network Security" and “Fundamentals and Practice of Digital Forensics".

Law & Policy Track

Patrick O'Keeffe

Patrick O'Keeffeパトリック・オキーフ

Patrick O’Keeffe is an international security and policy expert focusing on the multidisciplinary environment of aerospace, maritime, and cyber. In his function as the Managing Director of AMC Solutions and Non-Resident Fellow at the Institute for Security Policy at Kiel University (ISPK), Center for Asia-Pacific Strategy and Security, Patrick O’Keeffe is supporting various entities in the transformation of aerospace, maritime, and cyber strategies and policies. Until recently, Patrick O’Keeffe served as a German Navy Officer at the NATO Centre of Excellence for Operations in Confined and Shallow Waters (COE CSW), facilitated between NATO partners, UN bodies, academia and industry, and presented as guest speaker and opening keynote at several security conferences. An aerospace engineer specialized in astrodynamics and satellite operations and a former military aviator, Patrick O'Keeffe studied international law and economics, and publishes on maritime security and space capabilities in the Asia-Pacific region.

Law & Policy Track

Dr Anna-Maria Osula

Dr Anna-Maria Osulaアンナ・マリア・オスラ

Dr Anna-Maria Osula is a senior policy officer at Guardtime, a software security company that offers solutions for data governance and real-time detection and mitigation of cyberattacks based on blockchain technologies. She also works as a senior researcher at Tallinn University of Technology. Previously, she served as a legal researcher at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Centre of Excellence, where her research areas included national cyber security strategies, international organizations, international criminal cooperation and law. During 2013-2015, she was the lead for the NATO CCD COE ‘Cyber Norms’ project and the co-editor of the book 'International Cyber Norms: Legal, Policy and Industry Perspectives'. She is the founder of the annual ICR workshop in Tallinn, Estonia. Anna-Maria has an LLM degree in IT law from Stockholm University and obtained her PhD in law from the University of Tartu.

Law & Policy Track

Harumichi Yuasa

Harumichi Yuasa湯淺 墾道

Prof. Harumichi Yuasa has been the Deputy President and Professor at Institute of Information Security since 2012. Previous academic positions include Vice President of Kyusyu Kokusai University, Professor in the Department of Law, Kyusyu Kokusai University and assignments as lecturer at Nagoya Syoka University and Keio University. His research is focusing on legal and political aspects of internet and information society including protecting privacy and personal information, administrative information handling and disclosure, regulation of cyber police and defense activities, internet election campaign and e-voting. Prof. Yuasa is also serving as Vice President of the Information Network Law Association.

Law & Policy Track

Tetsuya Ishii

Tetsuya Ishii石井 徹哉

Vice President of Chiba University. Professor of Criminal Law in Chiba Law School.
Cyber Security Advisor of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
director of NPO institution of Digital Forensics has participated in the digital forensic community for about 20 years, and developed digital forensics in Japan from the legal side. mainly researches about cybersecurity and criminal law.

Law & Policy Track

Ikuo Takahashi

Ikuo Takahashi高橋 郁夫

Lawyer (Bengoshi)/lecturer of Utsunomiya Univ. Faculty of Engineering/ president of KK IT Research Art.
He was entrusted with research from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications in 2012 & 2014, and from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in 2003, from IPA in 2000, 2008, and 2010. He has co-authored "Legal Practice Q & A of Digital Evidence", "Virtual Currency", "IT Security Cafe".

Cyber Crime Track

Daiki Fukumori

Daiki Fukumori福森 大喜

Daiki Fukumori is a hacker, pen-tester, malware analyst, and incident responder at Japan's Cyber Defense Institute Inc, and a five-times DEFCON CTF finalist from 2009.
He has moved to Singapore and has been working for Interpol since 2014 as the world's first seconded staff from a private sector. His current mission is to conduct international cybercrime investigation and provide capacity building for cybercrime investigators of Interpol's member Countries.

Cyber Crime Track

Foy Shiver

Foy Shiverフォイ・シャイバー

Foy Shiver is Deputy Secretary-General of the APWG (Anti-Phishing Working Group) and one of the founding directors of APWG.EU, a European foundation headquartered in Barcelona. In 2004 Mr. Shiver assumed management of operations of the nascent non-profit Anti-Phishing Working Group. He has helped develop this organization into a global industry, law enforcement and research group dedicated to countering the growing threat of electronic crime. In 2005, Mr. Shiver accepted the appointment as Deputy Secretary-General of APWG for which he is charged with cultivating the membership base around research, education and policy issues to fight cybercrime and electronically mediated fraud. In this role Mr. Shiver has worked since 2006 to grow APWG’s eCrime Research Summit into an annual event that has published 50+ peer reviewed cybercrime research papers through IEEE. In that brief, he founded its scholarship program that is now funded, in large part, by the IEEE-SA. In 2013 Mr. Shiver worked with APWG and CaixaBank in Spain to found the new European Foundation APWG.EU. This foundation is harnessing resources focused on cybercrime research and education within the European Union and plays a leadership role in inspiring cybercrime research across the globe.

Cyber Crime Track

Brad Wardman

Brad Wardmanブラッド・ワードマン

Brad Wardman is the Head of Research & Intelligence at PayPal. Brad sits on the Board of Directors for the Anti-Phishing Working Group (or APWG) and serves as the general chairman of the Symposium on Electronic Crime Research (eCrime). Brad is deeply versed in detecting, tracking, and fighting cybercrime, with a publication record that has pioneered ground-breaking discussions on cybercrime detection and mitigation. Brad is an active inventor and researcher having 11 issued security patents to the US Patent Office, 15 additional patents pending, and is an author on 18 peer reviewed conference and journal publications. Brad received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) studying in the Computer Forensics Research Lab under mentor Gary Warner.

Cyber Crime Track

Pat Cain

Pat Cainパット・カイン

Patrick Cain is a Resident Research Fellow of the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG), and the President of The Cooper-Cain Group, a Boston, Massachusetts, USA based Internet security consultancy. He has been involved in information security development and operations for over thirty years and drives the APWG’s data collection and sharing initiatives. He is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), a Certified Information System Manager (CISM), a member of the International Association of Privacy Professions, and an associate member of the American Bar Association. Mr. Cain led an effort in the IETF to standardize phishing and electronic crime reports (RFC 5901), participates in many data-sharing initiatives, served on a United Nations identity-related crimes experts panel and is an observer to the Cybercrime Convention Committee (T-CY) of the Council of Europe.

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