Rogério Bravo is the Criminal Investigation Coordinator for the Judiciary Police.
He currently advises the Directorate of the National Unit for Combating Cybercrime and Technological Crime (UNC3T) of the Judiciary Police and the National Directorate, after having headed for many years the Central Section for the Investigation of Computer and Technological Crime and the Central Section for Digital Investigation ('CyberAttacks').
During his operational career, he was part of the point of contact in the 24/7 networks of INTERPOL, EUROPOL, the European Commission and the G7. He represented the Judiciary Police in EuroPol's European Union Cybercrime Task Force (EUCTF) until May 2022, where he was vice-president in two terms (from 2014 to December 2017 and from 2020 to 2022).
He has a degree in law, a post-graduate degree in law (procedural sciences) and in information warfare (military academy).
In the last 19 years he has been actively cooperating with the Portuguese Academy in several Masters and Degrees, and is also a guest researcher at the UbiNet Laboratory, at the Polytechnic Institute of Beja.
He is a University professor in the areas of Cybersecurity Law, Intelligence, and forensic digital intervention.