Security Researcher, Global Research & Analysis TeamRoberto Martinez joined Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team in April 2012. As Senior Security Researcher, he is responsible for monitoring and detecting new cyberthreats in Latin America through the analysis and forecasts of local trends, with a special focus on threat intelligence. He is a former security consultant and trainer for governments, the military, intelligence agencies, financial institutions and private corporations in Latin America and is a member of ALAPSI (Latin America Association of Information Security Professionals) and HTCIA (High Technology Crime Investigation Association). Roberto has extensive experience in the cybersecurity field, he’s worked as a penetration tester, digital forensics investigator, incident responder, malware analyst, threat hunter, and as a certified trainer. He studied at the University of Guadalajara and Universidad Tec Milenio (ITESM) and is fluent in English and Spanish.
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