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Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade

Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade

Adjunct Lecturer


Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade is an adjunct lecturer at Johns Hopkins SAIS. Presently, he offers a course on State-Sponsored Cyber Threat Actors.
Guerrero-Saade’s expertise has advanced cybersecurity threat intelligence and analysis leading to development of tools to scale cybersecurity and high-risk nation-state investigations, including serving as a Senior Cybersecurity and National Security Advisor to the President of Ecuador (2012-2013). Guerrero-Saade’s research and leadership of threat intelligence teams, including at Google and the Kaspersky Lab, has focused on creative approaches to describe complex problems in threat intelligence. His prolific speaking and teaching engagements have included lectures at the Carnegie Mellon CyLab, MIT Sloan School of Management, the University of Oxford, King’s College London and Georgetown University. His work is the subject of two permanent exhibits at the International Spy Museum, including the “Cyber Infinity Room” and “Moonlight Maze.” Most recently, Guerrero-Saade is leading a new stealth security startup as Co-Founder and Head of Research.
Guerrero-Saade received his Master of Letters (M.Litt) in Philosophical Logic from The University of St. Andrews (Scotland, UK), and a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities and Philosophy from Shimer College. In 2010, he was a Visiting Student at the University of Oxford specializing in Phenomenology and the later Wittgenstein.



  • Cybersecurity
  • Threat Analysis and Research
  • Malware Engineering


  • English
  • Spanish