Celil Unuver is a cybersecurity researcher and his areas of expertise include vulnerability research,
development and reverse engineering. Before joining TRAPMINE, he worked as a security researcher at
companies. He enjoys reading assembly and hunting bugs. He has discovered and reported many critical
vulnerabilities affect well-known vendors. He has been a speaker at top hacker conferences around the
including Power of Community, Code Blue, Swiss Cyber Storm, Confidence and more. He holds a B.A. degree
in Economics from Marmara University. Currently he prepares his master's thesis on computer security in AKU university.
Yasin Surer has been working professionally in Information Security Industry for 6 years.
In the meantime he took place on some projects as a developer, consultant and as an instructor. Although
area of expertise is reverse engineering he has focused on threat and cyber intelligence for the last 2
He has discovered security vulnerabilities in the products of many companies including Microsoft, Diebold,
Apple, Trend Micro. He has been
invited as a speaker at many conferences.
Mauro H. LEGGIERI
VP of Engineering
Mauro Leggieri is a skillful developer with 25+ years experience in computer programming and system
engineering. He has developed a reliable hooking engine to modify application behavior and built drivers to
interact with operating system functions in order to create security and virtualization products like
FSLogix's Profile Container and Search Redirection when he was part of the dev team. As a senior developer,
also looks for quality and high performance coding and keeps his knowledge up to date with the new
Mustafa Kısa is a security engineer and experienced front-end developer. Before joining TRAPMINE, he worked
a penetration tester, incident handler and developer at leading IT security and software development
in Turkey. Mustafa is responsible to visualize highly technical data and make them understandable for
customers. He is also actively involved in QA Testing and UI/UX development process.
Ulascan Aytolun is experienced back-end developer, data scientist and security researcher. He worked as
back-end developer at several companies to incorporate user needs into cost-effective, secure and
user-friendly solutions known for scalability and durability. Also he worked as data scientist and has
researches about some topics like fraud detection, suspicious behaviour detection and malware detection by
using machine learning.He holds a B.A. degree in Computer Science from Istanbul Bilgi University.
Currently he prepares his master's thesis on computer security and machine learning in AKU university.
Moti Joseph is a well-known cyber security researcher from Israel. He has been involved in computer security
since 2000 and has been working on reverse engineering exploit code and developing security products for
CheckPoint and WebSense Secuirty Labs. Moti has spoken in many conferences including ; Blackhat USA,
CONFidence, SyScan, Troopers, POC, NOPcon and more.
Lars Neupart is an experienced cybersecurity executive with 20+ years experience as business developer, CEO
and board member in security companies like Neupart, Secunia and Vigilante. Lars has founded, managed and
exited two cybersecurity companies, growing their businesses from zero to hundreds of customers in multiple
industries. As a business developer and angel investor, Lars is focused on supporting the growth of
companies having scalable, easy-to-deploy, easy-to-use and unique solutions, primarily in the cybersecurity
industry and primarily targeting small or medium sized organisations.
Peter Sandberg is a highly experienced asset management executive with 30+ years experience as trusted
advisor, Head of Sales, CEO and Co-Founder of 2 asset management companies: Sirius Asset Management
Saxo Bank in 2008) and PP Capital Asset Management ( exit in 2016). Peter has in the past 18 months measured
close to 500 start-ups and made 19 investments, and has a very large professional network that embraces very
wide across industries and competencies. Introductuon to my network, and close dialogue, I see as the key to