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Q&A Panel for the Red Team block.
Charles F. Hamilton (Mr.Un1k0d3r) Director, KPMG Canada
Charles Hamilton is a Red Teamer, with more than ten years of experience delivering offensive testing services for various government clients and commercial verticals. In recent years, Charles has focused on covert Red Team operations against complex and secured environments. These operations have allowed him to hone his craft at quietly navigating a client's network without detection. Since 2014, he is the founder and operator of the RingZer0 Team website, a platform focused on teaching hacking fundamentals. The RingZer0 community currently has more than 40,000 members worldwide. Charles is also a prolific toolsmith and speaker in the Infosec industry under the handle of Mr.Un1k0d3r.
Laurent Desaulniers Vice President, Breach, Detection and Response, GoSecure
Laurent Desaulniers is an amateur in most things, CTF challenge designer and speaker at a few conferences.
Martin Dubé ,
Martin spends his day meeting in the day and in his basement in the evening. Passionate about the field of Hacking for 15 years, he has an interest in technical challenges, in particular malware development, evasion of defense controls and process automation. He was involved as a Challenge Designer in the CTF of Hackfest for 7 years and NorthSec for 1 year. Currently, Martin leads a large Ethical Hacker department where he strives to innovate every day so that offensive security talents are better used today.
Guillaume Caillé Team Lead - Penetration Testing, OKIOK
Guillaume Caillé is leading the penetration testing team at OKIOK. He also holds a bachelor's degree in Information Technology Engineering from the École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS) with a specialization in security. A true passionate of offensive security, Guillaume specializes in malware development, red teaming and incident response. This experience has enabled him to develop and maintain bleeding edge techniques and tools to stay ahead of all aspects of a company's defense mechanisms.