Marina Krotofil is a Senior Security Consultant at the European Network for Cyber Security. Most recently, she completed her doctoral degree research in ICS security at Hamburg University of Technology, Germany (final thesis is in progress). Her research over the last few years has been focused on the design and implementation of cyber-physical attacks aiming at both physical and economic damage. She uses her destructive knowledge for designing process-aware defensive solutions and risk assessment approaches. During her PhD, she collaborated with several industrial partners, participated in EU projects, and collaborated with cool dudes from the hacking community. She is the author of the Damn Vulnerable Chemical Process framework - an open-source platform for cyber-physical security experimentation based on the realistic models of chemical plants. Overall, she has written more than a dozen of papers on the on cyber-physical exploitation. She gives workshops on cyber-physical exploitation and is a frequent speaker at the leading ICS security venues around the world. She holds a MBA in Technology Management, MSc in Telecommunications, MSc in Information and Communication Systems.