José Antonio Mañas receives the Prize for a Professional Career

By Thursday December 14th, 2017Cybersecurity

José Antonio Mañas, a member of TCAB Certification Committee, has received the Award for a Professional Career. The Vice-President of the Government, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría, awarded this prize during the XI CCN-Cert Conference.

Our fellow worker has been a Systems Engineering Professor  at the Technical School of Telecommunications Engineers of Madrid (ETSIT) for over 35 years.

He has also worked as a consultant in different projects. Two fundamental milestones are the creation of the version 2 of the Magerit methodology for Risk Analysis and Management of Information System. He also collaborated in the development of the PILAR/EAR risk management tools in collaboration with the National Cryptological Center-CCN.

José Antonio also has a broad professional experience in the research field. He has written several books on the Telecommunications and Cybersecurity fields. Among others, he has written “Vademecum Java”, “Seguridad de las Tecnologías de la Información” and “Seguridad de las Tecnologías de la Información”.



About the XI STIC CCN-Cert Conference

XI STIC CCN-Cert Conference took place in Madrid in December 13th and 14th, 2017.  The National Cryptological Center organizes it and is is a major meeting point for experts in cybersecurity in the country, Public Administrations and strategic companies in the field.

Its main topic in this edition was “Cyber threats, the challenge of sharing“. The main figures have steadily grown in the last years. In this edition there were over 1,700 attendees and more than 700 companies from various fields. 55 professionals from the cybersecurity field presented their products and ideas, among 150 proposals.

The Conference also had 30 sponsors, among which, IBM, Minsait-Indra, Eulen Security, Nextway, Kaspersky, Telefónica and Isdefe; and also 13 collaborating entities, such as AMETIC, the Center for Industrial Cybersecurity (CCI), ISACA and ISMS Forum Spain.

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