Ismail Guneydas is a senior technical leader with over ten years of experience in
vulnerability management, digital forensics, e-Crime investigations and teaching.
Currently he is head of vulnerability management at Kimberly-Clark and chairman of
cyber security program at Texas A&M Commerce. In Kimberly Clark Ismail built company's
first Global Vulnerability Management Program and he currently leads the program.
He delivers and sustain the enterprise management strategy and solutions from a governance,
process, discipline and technology standpoint, to support Kimberly-Clark’s global
and enterprise environments.
Previously Ismail worked at Yahoo where he led complex digital forensics investigations. He also built and led incident response, and electronic crime investigations functions. He received Yahoo Hackovation and Excellence awards for his innovative work in successful operations against fake customer care centers. Before Yahoo, Ismail was with Rackspace Hosting and RLI Insurance. He has taught several computer science courses at Southern Illinois University.
Ismail completed his Master of Science in Computer Science at Southern Illinois University, and MBA at University of Texas at Dallas and holds also degrees in Mathematics and Electronics Engineering. He holds multiple security related certifications (CISSP,GPEN GCFA, GCIA, CEH, CCSK and CHFI).