Gérard Wagener holds a bi-national Ph.D. in computer science by the University of Luxembourg and INPL Nancy, France since 2011. He was working for 4 years in the global information security team at SES, a leading international satellite operator. He is currently working for the Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg since 2011. His doctoral research focuses on adaptive decoying systems to improve intelligence gathering on attackers in computer networks. Gérard comes from the malware research community, where he worked on projects such as sandboxes for monitoring and analyzing malicious software. In addition to these hands-down activities, his scientific work has investigated malware classification using phylogenetic trees and intelligent high-interaction honeypots driven by game theory. At CIRCL he is doing incident response and evidence analysis.