Alma Mater Studiorum, Universita di Bologna
Marco Ramilli is a computer scientist researcher with an intensive hacking background. PhD candidate at University of Bologna (PhD expected in January 2012), Marco has been working with US Government (National Institute of Standards and Technology, Security Division) and currently collaborates closely wiht University of California, Davis (Security Labs) on new security paradigms, penetration testing methodologies and electronic voting systems' security and Malware. Marco has experience on electronic voting system security. He tested some of most popular electronic voting systems in commerce. He has been assigned to test uVote voting system from the Italian Minister of homeland security. During 2009 he has been working at NIST, Maryland. His project was to improve the Voluntary Voting System Guidelines (VVSG) standard, focalizing on the Open Ended Vulnerability Testing chapter (OEVT). He has been teaching Wireless Security at University "La Sapienza" in Rome and “Info Security Expert” Master Degree at University of Bologna before leaving from Italy. He has been working for “Procura della Repubblica Italiana” for Tribunale di Bologna as computer science security consultant. He collaborates with different international agencies and he is an active member of IEEE. Marco received the following Awards and Honors: Publication on the Italian public minister registry of uVote Security Analysis ( a.k.a Penetration Testing) Three Years Fellowship Award sponsored by Italian State (November 2008) "Thesis Worthy of Mention" Award from Italian association of Engineers Best Thesis Award sponsored by Bank of Cesena (Cassa di Risparmio di Cesena, October 2008) Fellowship for foreign scholar, sonsored by University of Bologna. (December 2006). For a full Resume, please feel free to contact him.