Leandro Bennaton is a Security Executive at the Telefónica Group. He has been working at TERRA for 15 years, a leading internet company present in 19 countries, and rose to the position of Chief Security Officer, CSO. He’s also responsible for the following:
- Global Security & IT Compliance Manager at TERRA, responsible for Latin America, US and Spain
- Chief Security Ambassador at 11PATHS, specializing in the development of innovative security products
- Security Mentor of WAYRA Brazil, mentoring start-ups and entrepreneurs to succeed
- Post-Graduate Professor at FIAP, the leading IT University in Brazil.
Bennaton has a Masters in Information Security Management along with several other international certifications. Using his 15 years of experience and skills to succeed in the areas of IT, Telecom and Internet Security, he is now an international Security Speaker. He’s also a member of the Information Security Forum and the AntiSpam Work Commission, Broadband Quality and IPv6 in the Internet Steering Committee.
He is a strategic technology expert with an extensive network. He has the ability to communicate highly technical concepts to c-level executives and is therefore best positioned to articulate the business case. In 2013 he was recognized as the best security executive in his field by the Security Leaders Organization.
Why I Joined The Analogies Project
“The challenge, to be part of the Analogies Project is an opportunity to share my years of experience and to help people to understand clearly about technical concepts of Security and Privacy.
My purpose is to come as close as I can to live up to Nelson Mandela’s quote – “If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart.”
I enjoy explaining, in a way that that anyone can understand, the concepts of Cyber Security, Privacy, Electronic Crimes, and all the technology related to Internet. I believe that this generates security awareness in the simplest possible way.”
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