Soledad Antelada Toledano

Soledad Antelada Toledano, Cybersecurity Engineer, has worked for the last decade at Berkeley Lab, one of the most prestigious scientific centers in the world and one of the first nodes of ARPANET, the forerunner of the Internet. Soledad was the first woman in the history of the Cybersecurity department at Berkeley Lab. After specializing in 'penetration testing' for several years, Soledad also develops research and advancement tasks for intrusion detection systems, monitoring of high capacity networks and vision and research exercises on how cybersecurity will evolve in the next 10 years adopting techniques of Artificial Intelligence for intrusion detection and handling of BigData generated by monitoring tools.

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Soledad Antelada Toledano, Cybersecurity Engineer, has worked for the last decade at Berkeley Lab, one of the most prestigious scientific centers in the world and one of the first nodes of ARPANET, the forerunner of the Internet. Soledad was the first woman in the history of the Cybersecurity department at Berkeley Lab. After specializing in 'penetration testing' for several years, Soledad also develops research and advancement tasks for intrusion detection systems, monitoring of high capacity networks and vision and research exercises on how cybersecurity will evolve in the next 10 years adopting techniques of Artificial Intelligence for intrusion detection and handling of BigData generated by monitoring tools. Soledad has combined her work at the Berkeley lab in recent years with the responsibility of being the head of security for the ACM / IEEE Supercomputing Conference, the annual supercomputing conference in the United States, protecting and building the network architecture of SCinet, the fastest network in the world. She is the founder of GirlsCanHack, an organization dedicated to engaging women in the cybersecurity field, encouraging women to pursue a career in cybersecurity Soledad was named one of the 20 Most Influential Latinos in Technology in America in 2016. She has recently joined Google as a Technical Program Manager for Security