Global Fujitsu Distinguished Engineer

Yuki Unno


After working on middleware planning and development, I have been engaged in research on application security and network security at Fujitsu Laboratories since 2007. In 2012, I initiated cybersecurity research, mainly the development of countermeasures to cyber attacks for corporations. Recently, I am engaged in developing new counter-technology against next-generation threats, such as misuse of AI. In my personal time, I have been working as an organizer of the international security conference, BSides Tokyo, since 2018.


  • Established the BSides Tokyo security community towards global exchange of technology Planned and held conferences and workshops every year since 2018
  • Gave talks on cybersecurity as a representative of Fujitsu in response to invitations from multiple academic societies, forums, and symposiums.
    • Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers' Society Conference, Second German-Japanese Security Forum, 24th Shirahama Cyber Crime Symposium, etc.
  • Submission of articles on security to Gijutsu-Hyoron's “Software Design” and the Technical Information Institute's “Optimization, Introduction, and Application of R&D Using Artificial Intelligence”.
  • Worked as Analysis Subcommittee Member of Ministry of Internal Affairs/NICT's “Analysis Work Related to Cyber Attacks”, International Workshop on Advanced Techniques and Algorithms for Security and Privacy (ATASP) Program Committee, CSS Program Committee Member, and contributed to the development of security research
  • Worked as lecturer for Kogakuin University lectures and seminars held by the ISACA, and Japan Network Security Association (JNSA), and contributed to development of cybersecurity talent

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