Carlos Martinez-Cagnazzo is the Technical Area Manager of LACNIC, the Latin American Registry of Internet Addresses. Carlos joined LACNIC in 2010 as the first member of LACNIC’s newly formed Research and Development group. He has been involved in the promotion of IPv6 and the adoption of DNSSEC as well as in the project of Resource Certification (RPKI). In 2013 Carlos was appointed Head of the Internet Security and Stability Program of LACNIC and in 2014 he became the Manager of its Technical Area. His projects and areas of interest in research include measurements on the Internet with emphasis on the benefits of the points traffic exchange (IXPs); security in routing and in BGP; security in the domain name system, specifically the mitigation of DDoS attacks and the deployment of DNSSEC. Carlos is also a member of the ICANN Security and Stability Committee (SSAC). He is an electrical engineer and began his professional career in IP network operation and gradually transitioned to network planning and from there to computer security and security. information. From 2005 to 2010 I work exclusively in the field of computer security, in particular helping to create the first group to respond to incidents of computer security (CSIRT by its acronym in English) of your country.