Babar Khan Akhunzada

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Babar Khan Akhunzada young entrepreneur who is a co-founder of SecurityWall from Pakistan. Babar is a cyber security professional who speaks at numerous cyber security conferences around the world including BlackHat MEA[1], European Identity Conference[2], and SnowFroc.[3] Babar is also leading Defcon community (DCG9291) which represents core cyber security topics through workshops and boot camps in Peshawar.[4]

Babar is also an active researcher and has published multiple white papers and research articles on Cyber Threats which include publications on Modern Tech, Geographical, and Technological.[5][6] He is also known for finding a vulnerability in FortiAnalyzer and FortiManager products of Fortinet.[7] He is interviewed by DW for his achievements in bug bounty field.[8]

Akhunzada has also initiated to help Pakistan's local startup Zameen by reporting vulnerabilities.[9] He is an active advocate of entrepreneurship and one of the youngest entrepreneurs actively speaking to youth on startup and innovation.[10]


  1. "Babar Khan Akhunzada".
  2. "Speaker Profile: Babar Khan Akhunzada". KuppingerCole.
  3. "SNOWFROC Presentations". SnowFROC.
  4. "DCG9291 - Peshawar, Pakistan". DEF CON Forums.
  5. "A Knight That Never Was: The Absence Of Strategic Comprehension Leading To Cyber Insecurity For Pakistan". Researchgate.
  6. "Cyber Threats to Pakistan's National Power Grid - Cyber Warfare Perspective". Researchgate.
  7. "PSIRT Advisories". FortiGuard.
  8. بابر, دانش. "پاکستان کا وائٹ ہیٹ کمپیوٹر ہیکر – DW – 20.10.2015". (in اردو). Deutsche Welle. Retrieved 4 May 2023.
  9. Ahmed, Rehan (28 May 2016). "Pakistani real-estate portal "" hacked". TechJuice.
  10. "SUIT student participates as speaker in digital youth summit 2018". Pakistan Point.

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