Javier López de Turiso Sánchez
Colonel. Chief of Staff, ESP Joint Cyber Command (MCCD)
Born in Madrid in 1963, Colonel Javier López de Turiso y Sánchez is the Chief of Staff of the ESP Joint Cyber Command.
He joined the Air Force in 1982 during the XXXIX Promotion and in 1987 he was commissioned Lieutenant with honors ranked No. 1 on the Troops and Services Scale of his promotion.
Previous assignments: Royal Guard; Crisis Direction of the Government Presidency; CGEA Security Group; Air Intelligence Center (C.I.A.); Signal Group of the Air Force; Head of Technical Services and Information and Communications Systems; Management Information Center; Directorate of Cyber Defense of the Air Force.
Courses: He holds several military titles, courses and specializations: AF Communication Systems and Cypher; AF Information Systems; INFOSEC; Electronic Warfare; Joint Communications and Information Systems; several courses on CIS Security and Digital Forensics.
He also attended the Air Command and Staff Course (ACSC) in the United States and the Staff Course in Spain.
Civilian Certifications: Master´s Degree in Communications and Information Systems Security from the University Alfonso X El Sabio (Madrid).
Publications: He has published several articles in Reports and Monographs in the National Defense Centre for High Studies and in the Aeronautic and Astronautic Magazine.
Professorship: He has participated as speaker at Alfredo Kindelán and ISDEFE professorship working group.
Symposiums, seminars and conferences: He has participated in a wide amount of national and international conferences, seminars, and symposiums. He has taken part as speaker at the Higher National Defense Studies Center, Air Warfare Center, Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM), University Institute General Gutiérrez Mellado, at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) and at the Cyber Defense Symposium on 2016 by the Spanish Joint Cyber Command.