Stefan Tanase
Senior Security Researcher, Kaspersky Lab
With a solid experience in web development and a passion for online security, Stefan joined the Kaspersky Lab team in 2007. By applying his knowledge about the online environment in the information security area, he actively participates in the development of new technologies meant to protect internet users against new threats.
Stefan specializes in web application security, web-based threats and malware 2.0. He is involved in several innovative research projects, ranging from malware databases or honeypots, to web crawlers which continuously scan the internet to identify and neutralize the latest threats.
As a member of the Global Research and Analysis Team, Stefan publishes analysis of hot information security topics on and, the Kaspersky Lab information and education portals on viruses, hackers and spam. Stefan is also a regular speaker at major international security conferences, such as VB, SAS, RSA, IDC or AVAR.