Julia Urbina-Pineda

CEO of CyberIIoT
Mexico

Julia Urbina-Pineda

CEO of CyberIIoT
Mexico
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Biography

Ms. Julia Urbina-Pineda begins her career in Information Security from her research work to graduate in Electrical and Communications Engineering from UDLAP (University of the Americas-Puebla): with the title “Intrusion Detection Systems in Computer Networks”. She continued her training at the Electronics and Telecommunications Center (CETEC) of the TEC Monterrey campus, where she was awarded as an Honorary Member of IEEE – Etta Kappa Nu (HKN) in 2013.

Since 2017, Ms. Pineda founded CyberIIoT, a scientific consulting services company that offers security architecture, analysis of the risks, and maturity of the cybersecurity of the Organizations.

It has been developed as a stakeholder within the Roadmap group Security 5G of IEEE Future Networks, where the first edition was published on the recommendations and advances of cybersecurity for the 3GPP standard (5G networks) in releases 16 and 17.

She was appointed Executive Director of 5G security and Industry 4.0 for IoTSI LATAM, in order to raise awareness about IoT security with the use of the IoT security Framework for private 5G networks in companies and industry.

It also obtains the SCCISP (Smart Cities and Critical Infrastructure Security Professional certification and creates the School of Cybersecurity Training division, which is the authorized center for SCCISP certification for Latin America.

She was named Cybersecurity Policy Expert by the Global Foundation for Cybersecurity Studies and Research in order to promote locally and globally the use of Cybersecurity policies in all environments.

She was awarded a grant from the Francisco Coros Program for the Strategic and Technical Vision of 5G Mobile Communications course by the Polytechnic University of Madrid and Qualcomm.

Recently this September, she was accepted as a Reviewer by the IEEE standard Association for IEEE P2994 ™ – Standard for Security Assessment Framework for IoT and as Planning Section Chief Volunteer for ICS4ICS (Incident Command System for Industrial Control Systems) and ISA-GCA (International Society of Automation & Global Cybersecurity Alliance).