I'm sorry. This a Brazilian-Portuguese blog about information security and cyber culture - mostly. There is no post in English.
I'm aware that keeping this blog in Portuguese limits the target audience, however please keep in mind that there are quite a few good sources of infosec-related information in Portuguese. So, I decided to focus my blog on the audience that needs more security-related content.
According to a Catho survey from 2011, only 11 percent of Brazilian job candidates could communicate well in English, and only 3.4 percent of all candidates could speak fluent English. In addition, a 2009 Catho study found that 24 percent of Brazilian professionals speak fluent English, and that only 8 percent of Brazilian executives speak fluent English.
Anchises Moraes is an InfoSec rockstar who uses a hacking mindset to create unorthodox paradoxes and to bring a unique understanding of the threat landscape in a hyper connected world. Anchises works as Threat Intelligence Analyst at RSA, the Security Division of EMC, bringing around 15 years of strong experience in the computer security industry. Before joining RSA, Anchises worked for 7 years at VeriSign, where he held various key roles, serving as Latin America Regional Technical Manager and, most recently, as Cyber Intelligence Analyst at iDefense, the security intelligence service from Verisign. Anchises worked as Security Officer at several leading Brazilian telecommunications companies and was a Security Consultant for many notable local resellers and consulting firms. Anchises holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP) and an Executive Master of Science in Marketing from the Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing (ESPM). Anchises is an active member of Brazilian information security community, held the role of President of Information Security System Association’s (ISSA) Brazil Chapter from 2008 to 2009, and has been the director of Cloud Security Alliance’s Brazilian chapter since 2010. Anchises is also one of the founders of the first Brazilian hackerspace, the Garoa Hacker Clube, and one of the organizers of security conference Security BSides São Paulo.