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- Food, Drinks & Networking (20mins)
- Introduction & Announcement (15mins)
- "Info Security Concepts Materialised" by Joseph Zeng (15mins)
- "Olympic Deception Games" by Vitaly Kamluk (45mins)
- "My Journey to OSCP - A Guide to Beginners" by Arjun Jaiswal (30mins)
VENUE SPONSOR: Lazada
F&B SPONSOR: Lazada
BEER SPONSOR: Polyswarm
INFO SECURITY CONCEPTS MATERIALISED
With the increasing popularisation of cloud computing in the 2010s, an increasing amount of attention is being paid by simulated "adversaries" to remote social engineering and technical techniques. Quite a bit of attention has shifted away from protection from the client end to the provider end of the relationship. This talk uses analogies - bringing participants from the typical technical IT security controls & standards to identify physical security controls in the real world. Also, familiar security models in the IT security space such as STRIDE, surface area reduction, etc. will be shown to work in the physical world. It is hoped that with this type of thought process, security professionals will be able to identify new weaknesses in the physical world that attackers may use in exploiting information systems.
OLYMPIC DECEPTION GAMES
One year has passed since the strike of a destructive network worm which aimed at the Winter Olympic Games in 2018. It is a good time to revisit this case again to remind everyone and remember the hard lesson we all learned about attribution of attacks.
MY JOURNEY TO OSCP - A GUIDE TO BEGINNERS
This presentation is about my OSCP exam preparation, what it takes and recommendations to help all OSCP aspirants who have the passion to get their hands burned with Kali Linux and offensive security. OSCP course itself is vast and wholesome for a person to impart skills required for a pentester or ethical hacker. The concepts involve a lot of base build up when it comes to different concepts such as assembly language, Python and Linux. I will be presenting different tools and techniques I used and strategy I took for OSCP challenges which might be beneficial for any OSCP aspirant.
JOSEPH ZENG is currently an application security tester at Lazada. He started off by doing physical security & programming for the military before moving on provide information security advisory services for companies in industries such as Banks, Pharmaceuticals, Telecommunications and Government.
VITALY KAMLUK is a Principal Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab,
focusing on target attack investigation, malware analysis and broader
security research. He spent 2 years with INTERPOL in Singapore
specialising in malware reverse engineering, digital forensics and
Vitaly has presented at numerous security conferences including Black Hat, DEF CON, HITCON, BSides, PHDays, Ruxcon, Infosec in the City, etc. He is a trainer in Yara hunting, Advanced malware reversing and Digital forensics. He is also an author of open-source project Bitscout for remote system analysis.
ARJUN JAISWAL is currently working as a Security Engineer in Singapore. He has an overall of 10+ years of experience in IT and has a great passion for information security, especially in pentesting.