Ismael Ripoll received the PhD in computer science from the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia in 1996, where he is professor of several cybersecurity subjects in the Department of Computing Engineering. In reverse chronological order: before working on security, he participated in multiple research projects related to hypervisor solutions for European spacecrafts; dynamic memory allocation algorithms; Real-Time Linux; and hard real-time scheduling theory. Currently, he is applying all this background to the security field. His current research interests include memory error defense/attacks techniques (SSP and ASLR) and software diversification. Ismael Ripoll is a Cybersecurity researcher at UPV Cybersecurity group.