Rodrigo Montoro has over eighteen years of experience in the information security and technology markets. Currently he is Senior Security Research at Tenchi Security. Most of his work has been focused on endpoint security monitoring and hardening, network security monitoring and threat detection. He is the inventor of two patents related to techniques for the detection of malicious documents and traffic. He co-founded and coordinated the rules writing activities of the Brazilian community for Snort, a widely used open-source tool for networking intrusion detection. Montoro is also an accomplished international lecturer, having presented at respected conferences such as OWASP AppSec (US and Brazil), SANS DFIR Summit and SIEM Summit, Toorcon, Hackers 2 Hackers Conference (São Paulo and Mexico), SecTor, Mind The Sec, Roadsec, FISL, SOURCE (Boston a Seattle), ZonCon, BlackHat (São Paulo), BSides (Las Vegas and São Paulo). His professional experience includes several highly respected Brazilian information security companies, Sucuri Security and Trustwave Spiderlabs.