Selene Giupponi

Selene Giupponi

Selene Giupponi

Cybersecurity Advisor & Senior Digital Forensics Consultant (Italy)

Mrs. Selene Giupponi she is worldwide one of the (very) few women involved in Digital Forensics. Selene holds a University Degree in Computer Engineering (University of Rome “La Sapienza”, 2008), then she post-graduated in Computer Forensics & Digital Investigations (University of Camerino, 2009) along with the Ministry of Interiors (Italian Postal and Communications Police). Since 2008 she is a member of Engineers Association of the Latina Province, and in 2009 she became member of its ICT board. From 2012 Founder of Security Brokers.

She operates as Witness Expert for the Digital & Mobile Forensics subject since 2008 (Technical Assessor at Civil Court and Criminal Court), working on many domestic and international cases, investigations and court trials.

She is a specialized It trainer for the Public Administration (Provinces, Municipalities) and Voluntary Associations. She has taught and teaches at Italian universities (both public and private ones) Digital, Mobile, Cloud and mainframe (IBM iSeries AS / 400) Forensics, Cybercrime, Cyberbullying and information security. Selene is often engaged as speaker at international conferences, in civil and military sphere, providing hands-on workshops and trainings as well.

Since June 2012 to February, 2014 she worked as a permanent member of the “World Cyber” Working Group of OSN (Observatory for National Security), performing extensive research in the field of cybercrime and supporting the C.A.S.D. (Centre for High Defence Studies) in the Civil and Military Cooperation Exercises. Since December, 2012 to March 2017 she was the Head of Digital Forensics Unit at Security Brokers ScpA, thus VP Since June, 2015 to March 2017.

Since September, 2015 she joined the ITU Roaster of Experts (International Telecommunication Union, the UN agency involved in Telecommunications). Since April, 2016 she is a member of the Advisory Board @COURAGE FOCUS GROUP (Cybercrime and cyberterrorism European Research Agenda) @EOS (European Organization For Security, Brussels), and since April, 2016 a member of HTCC – High Tech Crime Consortium (Washington, USA); around the same period was selected as Cyber Expert for the European Project ENCYSEC in support of different French Ministries for the AFETI National Agency, providing multiple Cyber Security & Digital Forensics trainings for Moldova, Macedonia and Kosovo governments. Since July 5, 2016 she joined as a founding member of the ECSO – European Cyber Security Organization (Belgium).

She holds the CIFI certification (Certified International Information System Forensics Investigator), plus she is the only Italian trainer for EvidenceTalks SPEKTOR Phone Forensics Intelligence and Phone Intelligence, and UFED (Cellebrite), market’s top products that are used by Law Enforcement and private organizations in order to retrieve information and deleted content from mobile devices.

An experienced Project Manager, she worked also as Security Researcher (NFC technology, for discovering vulnerabilities in new payment systems by national credit and debit cards). She was involved in many publications, for IISFA (AS / 400 Forensics – 2012), APWG (Mobile Threat Analysis – Italian edition 2014) and NATO (Cyber Resilience & Digital Forensics – 2015).

From March 2017, she is working with Law Enforcement in Digital Forensics Case and she is Cyber Security Advisor for some important Companies.

 

How will be the future of Digital Forensics? 
…mobile, Drones and ICS, SCADA, to be continued…

Since the origin the science of Digital Forensics was used just to solve computer crimes.
Starting from 10 years ago, Digital Forensics helping not just Law Enforcement to solve a lot of cases not directly connected to computer crimes.
Every day there are a lot of new technologies that come into our market from Mobile Devices to Drones.
This talk will details field experieces from real cases where different passive, active and offensive forensics approaches have been successfully identified and used. It will be “no common” investigations! A lot of cyber attacks today are targeted not just to the Company Manager, but the most are targeted to the Critical Infrastructures. It’s just a different type of attack and a lot of time they are “state sponsored attack”.
We will be starting to explain ICS/SCADA Systems and how to run a Digital Forensics Analysis (ICS/SCADA Forensics) on this “Environment” Systems.