Eva Chen, Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of Trend Micro

Since its inception in 1988, Eva Chen has spearheaded Trend Micro's emergence as one of the world's most innovative Internet content security companies.

Before becoming CEO, Eva served as executive vice president from 1988-1996 and CTO from 1996-2004. Under her direction, Trend Micro has produced a chronology of industry firsts, from unique products to security management approaches. As a result of her innovative leadership, she was appointed CEO in late 2004.

Of her many accolades and accomplishments, a few of the most prominent:

Eva holds a master's degree in business administration as well as a master's degree in management information systems from the University of Texas. She earned a degree in philosophy from Chen Chi University in Taipei.

Max Cheng, CIO and Chief Core Technology Officer of Trend Micro

As CIO and Chief Core Technology Officer, Max Cheng is responsible for overseeing Information Services and Security.

Max has held several executive positions at Trend Micro. He managed TrendLabsSM, Trend Micro's global research and support headquarters based in Manila. Under his leadership, TrendLabs became one of the world's leading antivirus research and product support services. He has also served as head of the global sales engineering, antivirus research and global technical support groups, and general manager of the enterprise business unit.

Max holds a master's degree in business administration from the University of California, Los Angeles

Jon Oliver, Senior Software Architecture Director of Trend Micro

Jon has been at Trend Micro since 2006, working on the anti-spam and web reputation systems.

Prior to joining Trend Micro, Jon worked in the Silicon Valley as a data mining consultant; consulting for organizations such as NASA, the FAA, eBay and MSN. In 2002, Jon moved into computer security area, acting as Chief Spam Fighter for Mailfrontier. Jon joined Trend Micro after Mailfrontier was acquired.

Jon holds a PhD in machine learning from Monash University, Australia. He has continued with postdoctoral research at Monash University and the Open University, U.K. Jon is an inventor on over 50 issued patents.

Prof. Atsuko Miyaji, Professor of Japan Advanced Institute of Technologyo

Degrees

Dr. Sc. degree from Osaka University (1997)

Professional Career

JAIST Information Science (1998/12-Currant)
NARA Institute of Science and Technology part-time lecturer (2010/4-2011/3)
The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics part-time lecturer(2010/4-2010/9)
NARA Institute of Science and Technology part-time lecturer (2009/4-2010/3)
The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics part-time lecturer (2009/4-2009/9)
NARA Institute of Science and Technology part-time lecturer (2008/4-2009/3)
The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics part-time lecturer (2008/4-2008/9)
The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics part-time lecturer (2007/4-2007/9)
University of California, Davis (2002/4-2003/2)
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., LTD (1990)

Specialties

Information Security, Number-theoretic Algorithms, Cryptology

Research Keywords

Cloud Security, Big Data Privacy, Cryptanalysis, Protocol Design, Sensor NW

Research Interests

Information security

New threats like hackers, computer crimes, tapping, forgeries, etc. have become serious problems. Information security aims at protecting electronic information against such threats. I have been studying information security, especially in cryptographic protocols such as signatures, and key agreements. My interests also include its applications like network security and copy protection.

Number-theoretic Algorithms

Number-theoretic algorithms are an important base of public key cryptography, which concerns both its efficiency and its security. I have studied arithmetic algorithms like addition chain and security about the discrete logarithm problem and the elliptic curve discrete logarithm problem.

http://www.jaist.ac.jp/profiles/info_e.php?profile_id=58

Yan Qu, VP Data Science/Chief Scientist of ShareThis

Yan Qu is VP of Data Science and Chief Scientist at ShareThis, where she leads the data science team. She has invented Social Quality Index (SQI) - a unique model of valuing the social activity that occurs around online content. SQI won the Adweek Project Issac Award and has been adopted by major ad agencies for media planning purposes. Previously, she headed the Advanced Research team at AOL's Advertising.com unit, where she pioneered the "lookalike" modeling technique and developed a scalable research prototype that generated double-digit million dollar revenue run rate. She holds 15 patents in the areas of online advertising, predictive modeling, large scale data analytics, social network structures, social quality, and text mining.

Yan holds a an M.S. in Computational Linguistics and a PhD in Information and Language Technologies from Carnegie Mellon University, and an M.S. in Linguistics from Tsinghua University in Beijing.