ZHOU Yonglin is the Director of Network and Information Security Committee, Internet Society of China. Also, he is leading the Operation and Administration department of CNCERT/CC, the national computer emergency response team of China. He graduated from Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) of China in 1999 with master degree of computer science. Now he has been working on network security for about 12 years. He has led or joined tens of projects on network security monitoring, vulnerability handling and malware analysis. Leading his team, he works closely with government, ISPs, ICPs, domain name registrars, security service providers and product vendors on cybersecurity threat and incident watching and response, especially makes great efforts on stopping spam, botnet and DDos attacks. The recently industry collaboration they initiated include Anti-Network-Virus Association (ANVA) and China National Vulnerability Database (CNVD), from which the quickly growing Internet industry and users in China could get timely, trusted and professional assistance. Mr. Zhou has been invited to work as technical consultant and part-time professor by government and universities. He is the Member of National 863 Project Evaluation Expert Group which organized by the Ministry of Science and Technology of China to help review the project application and evaluate the results. In 2008, he was invited as an Information Network Security Advisor of Beijing Olympic Games Organizing Committee. He has published tens of papers around his research area. He has actively joined international cooperation on network security and given presentations at many conferences.