Johanna Curiel is a security engineer and researcher with 18 years experience in programming, testing and quality control. Her early encounters with hackers and cybercrime was a turning point in her career to work in the area of Cyber security.Between 2005 and 2007, she worked as web developer for SafeBoot, which was later sold to McAfee. This division is now part of Intel Security Group who acquired McAfee in 2016 . In 2010, she obtained a master's degree in Information Security from Liverpool University. Johanna has been an active contributor of the Open Source community through Google Mentor Summer of Code in projects such as OWASP ZAP. In addition, has also presented in International security conference such as OWASP, Blackhat and DEFCON US. She is an active contributor and freelance writer for TechBeacon which is part of HP enterprises. Johanna works in Amsterdam for Mobiquity as Principal Security Engineer, she lives in The Hague and in her free time she enjoys traveling with her teenage daughter around Europe.