Wanderson Castilho

Wanderson Castilho is the president of Enetsec and a private detective in Florida . He holds a bachelors in Physics from Federal University of Paraná (UFPR), Curitiba - Brazil. 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.

By Wanderson Castilho On Sunday, September 13th, 2020
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Digital Defenseless

Social networks offer utopia and dystopia, with such a powerful impact on people’s lives that they influence free will and can change a generation. Today, the world’s richest corporations monitor More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Friday, July 17th, 2020
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No Chances for Amateurism

A lot of companies had to move fast to adopt to the home office. Because of this, all the secure infra structure they had built before does not apply to the employees’ homes. Now More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Tuesday, April 28th, 2020
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Water in the Desert

Desperate times call for desperate measures. This phrase likely originates with a saying of the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates represents the moment that we are living in COVID-19. This saying works More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Monday, March 30th, 2020
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COVID-19 CONFRONTS EDUCATION

On March 26th 2020, Broward County Public Schools in Florida asked their teachers to meet online with their students and parents to show how they will come back to classes without going back to school. I just More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Friday, March 20th, 2020
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COVID-19 urge digital transformations

Like 9/11 2001, the world today will not be the same anymore. A virus showed us that it does not need to be extremely lethal or severe contagious to make the whole world panic and also make the stock market More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Wednesday, March 4th, 2020
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Empowered doesn’t make you an expert

There is no doubt that the internet helped a lot of us feel empowered. You can send emails to the president of a big company complaining about an employee who made you feel like the worst customer in the world. More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Tuesday, February 11th, 2020
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How to Identify Romance Scams

During my 18 years combating cybercrime, I have never seen so many people fall victim to romantic scams as I’ve seen in the past year. You might think the victims are naïve. But this would be a narrow point More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Tuesday, October 8th, 2019
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Cryptocurrency, try it or not?

The market frequently launches new ways to earn money. And right now, we are in the era of cryptocurrency. A very interesting subject, but very enigmatic. Imagine yourself earning 3% per day with the money you More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Wednesday, July 24th, 2019
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Social Media equals personal insecurity

Social Media has become a worldwide epidemic. It’s hard to run into someone who doesn’t use at least one of them. We have the sensation that we have only gained something when we create an account. Yet More...

By Wanderson Castilho On Monday, June 3rd, 2019
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The Digital Expertise on court

Technology increases quickly and in an accelerated manner is absorbed by society. In even faster steps we see the rise in cybercrime. It is becoming increasingly more elaborate, complex, bizarre, and pernicious. More...

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