Friday 5th December, CyberCamp 2014, the first European forum aimed at identifying and promoting talent and innovation in the up and coming IT security industry, will fire the starting gun in Madrid. The Spanish Institute of Cybersecurity, INCIBE, expects over 3500 people to attend a wide range of key note speeches, activities and workshops targeted at families, students, professionals, entrepreneurs and jobseekers.

CyberCamp 2014 will bring together under one roof some of the leading national and international experts in cybersecurity, including Chema Alonso, CEO of Eleven Paths Joanna Rutkowska, CEO & Founder of Invisible Things Lab, and Fermín J. Serna, a leading Spanish engineer who forms part of Google’ssecurity team . In the area of careers and entrepreneurship, the conferences will be accompanied by online challenges, Training Labs, practical workshops led by the leading experts in each field, the presentation of projects and practices, and a development hackathon focused on cybersecurity.

Yago Hansen presents the speech “Wi-Fi and RF hacking” for this first edition of Cybercamp held in Madrid, Casa de Campo.