Dr. Vincenzo Ciancaglini earned a M.Sc. in Telecommunications Engineering from the Politecnico of Turin and a M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, Wireless Systems, from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. For several years, he worked as a developer at a travel IT company in Sophia Antipolis, France. During this period, he also took part in the formation of a research and innovation lab within his company, where he was responsible for analysing new upcoming technologies and their potential business developments. From 2009-2013, he obtained his PhD from the National Research Institute in Automation and Computer Science (INRIA) in Sophia Antipolis, with a thesis about peer-to-peer networks interoperability and next-generation internet protocols. Since 2012, he has worked at Trend Micro as a research scientist within the Forward-Looking Threat Research team (FTR), a team distributed all over the world, responsible for performing technological scouting and investigation on cyber-criminal activities, and their potential development in the coming years. His duties on the team go from the development of new data analytics prototypes to identify targeted attacks to the research on new encrypted networks (Darkweb), ad also research on the Internet of Things (IoT).