Antonio Ramos is graduate on Economic and Business Sciences by Complutense University of Madrid and has an Audit Master Degree by Pontificia University of Salamanca, CISA, CISM, CRISC by ISACA, CCSK by CSA, CDPP by DPI and ITIL Service Manager.
Nowadays is CEO of leet security, Managing Partner in n+1 Intelligence & Research and President of ISACA Madrid Chapter and member of ENISA Expert List. Antonio started his career at Ernst & Young where he achieved the role of Manager in charge of Information Security Management inside TSRS area. In 2004, Antonio joined S21sec, where he served in different roles always as member of the Board.
Antonio collaborates with different Master courses at Universities in Spain (Complutense, Autónoma de Madrid, etc.) and collaborate with INTECO observatory blog, being also responsible for the PCI DSS knowledge topic inside ISACA.org.
Industry Expertise (3)
Areas of Expertise (3)
Universidad Complutense de Madrid: Economics and Business, Economics and Business 1996
Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca: Audit, Audit 1998
Goal Systems International: Jonah, Theory of Constraints 2008
PCI Security Standards Council: Qualified Security Assessor, PCI DSS 2009
New Horizon: ITIL Service Manager, ITL 2009
- ISACA Chapter President
- Ernst & Young Alumni
- leet security
- N+1 Intelligence & Research
- ENISA Experts List
Event Appearances (6)
Corporate Governance of Information Security
Closing Conferences of Audit and Security Masters of U. Complutense Madrid
Rating the security of cloud services
VISION 12 - itSMF Spain Madrid
Governing the Security in moving to the Cloud
CIMA'12 - ISACA Barcelona Barcelona
Applying rating models to evaluate security of cloud services
Security Innovation Workshop León
Information Asymmetry on Security Market
rooted CON 2011 Madrid
Governing cyber security towards corporate goals
TASSI 2013 Madrid
Sample Talks (1)
What if insecurity could have an impact on books? [Spanish]
The idea is to explore an hypothetical scenario in which, the corporate assets value could be affected by the security audit results. How will act the CEO? How will change the auditor role? What will be the auditor responsibilities?
- Corporate Training