Luca Allodi received his Master Degree in Information Security from the University of Milan in 2011. Back in 2005, during the last years of high school he was co-founder and CEO of Area-Software, a start-up for web development and IT consultancy in Brescia, his hometown. The experience with Area-Software continued for more than six years, until his enrollment as a Ph.D. student at the University of Trento, Italy, where Luca is currently located. His research interests are focused on the economics of vulnerability exploitation and how these could be used as a proxy for risk measurement and assessment. His work already received multiple international recognitions, among which a best paper award for his work on attack models, international grants for first-tier conferences, and was one of the two selected candidates chosen by his own University to participate in an international highly-competitive academic challenge by Google. He is part of the research group UNITN at the FP7 European Projects SECONOMICS and NESSOS, and at the PRIN Project TENACE.