Division Zero (Div0) — formally known as Edgis — is an open, inclusive, and completely volunteer-driven cybersecurity community. The mission of Div0 is to promote a vibrant cybersecurity community and safer cyberspace in Singapore. Div0 provides a platform where cybersecurity professionals, practitioners, and enthusiasts can meet like-minded people, explore and learn with peers, and contribute to the community at large. Div0 does so by organising events, encouraging contributions and collaborations, and reaching out to the public.
Startup Quarter is a 'by community for community' initiative by Div0 to support startups with their cybersecurity challenges.
Many startups place cybersecurity in the back burner when building their tech due to the lacked of knowledge and priorities - It doesn't need to be the case. Join this meetup to learn how to secure your startup from cyber threats.
- How Real is Cyber Attacks
- What is Cybersecurity
- Cybersecurity Terms Distilled
- Cybersecurity Practices for Startups
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
- Practical sessions tailored for tech startup
- Connect with cybersecurity practitioners
- Deep dive into cybersecurity topics that matters to your business
In order to get through the venue's building security, please fill up the following pre-registration form: https://www.tuv-sud-psb.sg/sg-en/resource-centre/events/seminars/div0-feb-meetup-registration
- Food, Drinks & Networking (20mins)
- Introduction & Announcement (15mins)
- TÜV SÜD PSB Introduction (10mins)
- "DevOps Pattern: Continuous Infrastructure Testing" by Vladimir Ivanov (30mins)
- "Introduction to Registry Forensics" by Abhradeep Banerjee (30mins)
- After Party at The Good Beer Company @ Savourworld (till late)
VENUE SPONSOR: TÜV SÜD PSB
F&B SPONSOR: TBC
DEVOPS PATTERN: CONTINUOUS INFRASTRUCTURE TESTING
In the DevOps world, continuous testing is one of the work patterns. This talk is about integrating server security checks into a general infrastructure testing framework based on Goss (https://goss.rocks/). Vladimir will discuss, why traditional tools like OpenSCAP may not a good fit for the modern stacks and how to bridge the gap between Security and Infrastructure teams with Security as a Code approach. Vladimir will also present an implementation of the US DoD STIG for RHEL 7 checklist with Goss.
INTRODUCTION TO REGISTRY FORENSICS
This talk will cover the fundamentals of Registry Forensics. Topics will include why Registry Forensics is important for acquisition as well as extracting registry files using FTK Imager. It will also cover an overview of all the Hive files from the Registry and several artefacts both old and new in Windows 10/Windows 7 systems.
VLADIMIR IVANOV has more than 20 years of experience in IT Security and IT Infrastructure. In the past, he worked for some of Fortune 100 companies protecting them from cyber criminals and persistent adversaries. More recently he moved into general IT Infrastructure area but is still passionate about security issues.
ABHRADEEP BANERJEE is currently a CSOC Engineer/Analyst at Marina Bay Sands. He started off as Freelance Data Recovery Specialist and Desktop support. Eventually moving into both Network Security deployments and maintenance in both Government and System Integrator Companies. He has a strong passion for Digital Forensics and Threat Hunting.