I am currently working on projects that help people, organizations and companies take control of their own information, as an Independent Information Security Advisor.

Contact us: [email protected] / @GouveaHeitor

My way here

By the end of 2014, I started studying programming independently and by the end of 2015 I was already fascinated by the world of offensive information security.

In early 2016 I participated in a Hackathon and later I was hired to work in the Brazilian government in the area of ​​Information Technology - I worked in several teams, such as: development, architecture, information security and assistance in the management of large projects. Some time after working as a Trainee, I worked as a Security Analyst for some Brazilian companies, and after a while I decided to start a career as an Independent Security Advisor so that I could concentrate on things that really made sense to my purpose.

During my work as a Security Advisor, I worked alongside incredible companies like Shawee, Github and Bugcrowd and other not-so-famous but equally amazing companies. I am fascinated by the area of ​​offensive security, so I spend many hours studying in this field.

Here are some of the public papers I’ve written recently:

Currently, I am researching about vulnerabilities present in mobile environments, more specifically in Android operating systems, because every day this environment grows more and more, and this subject is discussed more frequently.

Sharing knowledge

I share in my blog some discoveries that I make during the day-to-day and lessons that I shot of stories that I lived. In addition, I was a mentor in Hackathons organized by companies like IBM, Assertive Solutions and even by the City Hall of Campinas.

Whenever possible i speak at technical conferences, see more about my talks here.


I’m always happy to meet interesting people for coffee. Email is here: [email protected]