Alejandro (@lekz86) is passionate about Cyber Threat Hunting and Detection Engineering. Alejandro leads, with technical contributions to detect emerging threats and fight unwanted detections, the Trellix EDR Threat Research and Detection Engineering program out of Trellix’s Advanced Research Center. Alejandro is focused on increasing the (collective) understanding about adversarial/threat behaviors (a.k.a. Tactics, Techniques and Procedures), to build stronger defenses against modern threats. Alejandro is based out of Cordoba, Argentina.
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