About Andrei Avadanei

Andrei Avădănei is the CEO of BIT SENTINEL SECURITY SRL, an information security company that aims to protect businesses against cyber threats by offering a variety of services such as penetration testing, malware protection, cyber attacks recovery, 0day attacks mitigation, security management, trainings & competitions. Moreover, he is also the President of Cyber Security Research Center from Romania – CCSIR, a Non-Governmental Organization that powers DefCamp- the largest Cyber Security & Hacking Conference from Central Eastern Europe. Andrei has over 8 years of experience in the IT & Cyber Security field. He has been awarded at more than 60 international and national competitions of web & software development, algorithms and security. He is also a regular speaker, mentor or judge at local and international festivals or conferences.

Stay safe for Christmas!

It’s that time of the year when people tend to forget about problems and work. They are simply focusing on how to bring joy & happiness in their families. Key word for the upcoming period is online shopping.

Yes, the weather is rather cold and time is passing too fast so, the easiest solution for the […]

WannaCry crysis is not even close to be finished! Learn how to prevent other Ransomware Infection!

Cybercrime is becoming more and more aggressive with an increase in the use of extortion and the current WannaCry ransomware attack is like a wake-up call for businesses. It demonstrates that computer cyber-related fraud is a more prominent threat than more traditional crime types. There are both opportunities and challenges within businesses for risk mitigation. […]

RO Hacked – Register and Catalog Web Attacks Against Websites from Romania

Ro Hacked is an online ledger which aims to register and catalog all successful web attacks against websites operating under the .ro TLD. By scraping popular online archives, forums and news outlets for defaced websites, RO Hacked offers webmasters and website administrators a chance to check if their website was successfully compromised in the past. […]

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