Wanderson Castilho

Wanderson Castilho is the president and visionary of ENETSEC. He holds a bachelors in Physics from the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR). Author of the books "Manual of A Virtual Detective" (2009), "Deception, a Multifaced Issue" (2011), "Do you know what your kids are doing on the internet?" (2014), and "100 Critical Facts about the World's Cybercrime”(2018). Representative member from South and Central America on the Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense Network’s Industry and Academic Advisory Board, at the University of Michigan, USA, which promotes network security competitions with the objective of guaranteeing competitiveness among educational institutions that teach professionals in the field of Information Technology. Consulting member on the Commission for Electronic Rights and High Tech Crimes from OAB, SP, Brazil. Teacher at the Superior School for Police of the State of Paraná in the training course for chief Police about Cybercrimes in 2016. Certifications: Digital Forensic Analyst Certification from Paraben and Access Data, Washington, USA FACS (Face Action Code System), a method developed by Paul Edman, Berkeley, San Francisco, CA, USA Laboratory for Scientific Interrogation (LSI), Dr. Avinoam Sapir, Israel Scientific Content Analysis (SCAN), Dr. Avinoam Sapir, Israel Completed a course on the Scientific Method for Interrogation, Ontario, Canada

By Wanderson Castilho On Thursday, April 18th, 2019
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Mind of the fraudster

Amateur or professional, every fraudster is motivated by easy money, and can be caught with will and planning *By Wanderson Castilho Fraudsters are people who deceive others. And, as we can all agree, there are More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Monday, April 8th, 2019
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When dealing with cybercrime, the micro matters more than the macro

For a while now, theories that interpret reality teach us that to think in the macro will help us to understand the sum of our problems and, by doing this, we can find the best ways of dealing with them, no matter More...