This event is not hosted by BGM but is a good community event 🙂 Register here: https://talksatcyberbattle2019.eventbrite.com/
ITPSS is organizing another year of their Cyber Battle event and they will be talks throughout the day https://www.itpss.com/cyberbattle2019/talks.html
Details of the Cyber Battle Capture The Flag event https://www.itpss.com/cyberbattle2019/ctf.html
[9.00AM] ONLINE INVESTIGATIONS WITH OSINT
- Haji Mas Zuraime Haji Abdul Hamid | Head of BruCERT, ITPSS Sdn Bhd
- This talk describes how security analysts can use Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) for collection and analysis of information that is gathered from public or open sources throughout the internet.
[10:00AM] PROFILING IN DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
- Chan Woo Lee, PhD | President, Douzone Bizon D-Forensic Center, South Korea
- The importance of profiling in the field of cyber security and digital forensics is increasing. Tracking of a criminal suspect is performed with timeline and social relation analysis of critical events in various devices such as PCs, smart phones and cloud. When it comes to the tracking of anonymity-based activities such as dark web and crypto currency, however, a proactive holistic approach with digital forensic readiness on digital media and surface web artifacts is needed.
[11.00AM] RANSOMWARE AND HOW TO PREVENT IT
- Mohamad Azad Zaki Haji Mohd Tahir | Head of Digital Forensics, ITPSS Sdn Bhd
- Lately there has been a surge of ransomware attacks against individuals, businesses and government agencies. It has been reported all over security blogs, news and websites. This presentation discusses the mechanics of ransomware and ways to prevent it.
[2.00PM] DAILY IoT DEVICES AND HOW EXPLOITABLE THEY ARE
- Muiz Kadir | Junior IT Security Analyst, ITPSS Sdn Bhd
- The Internet of things (or IoT for short) is somewhat of a buzzword these days. This presentation will introduce you to IoT and its daily use, exposing how vulnerable IoT devices are, and ways to protect them.
[3.00PM] DEVELOPING GAMES FROM YOUR LIVING ROOM
- Azhan Ahmad | Creative Computing Programme Area, School of Computing and Informatics, Universiti Teknologi Brunei
- The development of video games was once restricted to game studios with tons of cash to spend on equipment, software and employees. Today however, anyone can create games from the comfort of their own living room. There are many tools available to develop games, and various marketplaces to sell it. But how do you get started on developing the next bestselling game? This presentation will describe key skills, tools and processes you need to know to become a game developer.