Cyber Attack Detection for Mobile and Web Technology
Jul 17 - Jul 18
This 2-day Cyber-Attack Detection for Mobile and Web Technology is specifically designed to help delegates gain strategic understanding of cyber-attack and how one can protect his/ her organisation from being victim of such attack. Equipped with a total of 5 live technical demonstrations, Delegates will have the opportunity to develop the necessary skills to identify the possible paths and attempts of a cyber-attack and most importantly how to recover from such attack in a timely manner.
Key Takeaways from Attending This Workshop:
- Identify the different types of cyber-crime attack paths and attempts
- Learn how to spot error on your systems or network
- Deploy a red team security testing
- Master how to recognise a cyber-crime attack
- Prepare your protection from cyber-crime attacks
- Build an agile security program that is able to respond attack
- BC and Security
- Chief Architects/Heads of Architecture
- Chief Data Officers
- Chief Digital Officers
- Chief Information Officers
- Chief Technology Officers
- Cyber Security Engineers/Architects
- Digital and Innovation Leads
- Director Cyber Security, Intelligence and Threat Management
- Directors Business Continuity
- Directors of Transformation
- Financial Crime and Strategic Intelligence Leads
- Fraud and Security
- Head of IT
- Heads of Business Crime
- Heads of Cyber Crime Unit
- Heads of Cyber Security
- Heads of Data Security
- Heads of Information Governance
- Heads of Infrastructure
- Heads of Network Security
- Heads/Directors of Audit and Compliance
- Identity & Access Management
- Incident Response and Advanced Threat
- Information Assurance and Cyber Security leaders
- Information Security
- Information Security Officers
- Information Sharing and Intelligence
- IT Directors and IT Managers
- IT Infrastructure
- Privacy, Data Protection and Intellectual Property
- Risk & Compliance Leaders
- Risk and Resilience Professionals
- Security and Data Protection Officers
- Technical Directors
Armed with more than 30 years of experience in this industry, Course Trainer is an independent security consultant. He has been involved in many large-scale projects including mobile security, banking security, industrial automation, covering technical and non-technical aspects. He started as a technical security tester and has delivered courses on mobile security in Abu Dhabi, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Capetown. He has international experience in most European countries, the Caribbean, Asia and the Middle East.
To add on, he has consulted a large number industries ranging from ministries of Dutch government, utilities companies, banking sectors, Europol, payment providers, and Dutch Telecom operators.
Key contribution of Course Trainer in mobile security sector:
- Author of several technical magazine articles with subjects dealing with security, tooling and cryptography (in amongst others Informatiebeveiliging and SysAdmin magazine).
- Mobile security researcher for tools related to testing and evaluating software on regular and jailbroken devices.
- Speaker at various corporate seminars such as the IT-audit conference of the Dutch Central Bank.
- Practical knowledge of (inter)national laws and regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, EU95, HIPAA, IFRS, GDPR and others.
- In-depth and practical knowledge of national and international standards such as ITIL, Cobit, ISO2700x, SABSA and TOGAF
- Co-author of Open Group whitepaper on integrating Togaf and SABSA architecture
- Sniffing and hacking IoT
- Social engineering attack, including system take over (or ransomware)
- Network detection
- Memory and network forensics
Delegates will examine a case that will simulate a cyber-attack, from phishing to remote access
A nationally recognised not-for-profit organisation and charity, the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) champions the development of a robust information security sector by building the capacity of professionals in Australia and advancing the cyber security and safety of the Australian public as well as businesses and governments in Australia. Established in 1999, AISA has become the recognised authority on information security in Australia with a membership of over 3000 individuals across the country.
AISA caters to all domains of the information security industry with a particular focus on sharing expertise from the field at meetings, focus groups and networking opportunities around Australia. AISA's vision is a world where all people, businesses and governments are educated about the risks and dangers of cyber attack and data theft, and to enable them to take all reasonable precautions to protect themselves. Our independent non-profit association was created to provide leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of our profession. Our strategic plan calls for continued work in the areas of advocacy, diversity, education, and organisational excellence.
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