Any question?  Call Us  +62 822 444 63562

×

Notice

There is no category chosen or category doesn't contain any items

Adversaries are moving away from using malware, which can be noisy and more easily detected, instead they are focusing more on “blending” into organizations and appearing as insiders. Ali Zia, Senior Sales Engineer from CrowdStrike will present a recent case study and reveal how nation-state adversaries are conducting malware-free intrusions. Ali will also cover in this session:

 

·       Detection and prevention of attacks by identifying  Indicators of Attack vs Indictors of Compromise

 

·       How you can get real-time visibility, protection and respond to threats in your environment – even malware free intrusions.

 

·       How to proactively defend against and effectively respond to cyber incidents by using intelligence to reveal not only where the adversary is today, but also where they have been and what their objectives will be tomorrow.

 

 

Ali Zia is a Senior Security Engineer with CrowdStrike based out of Seattle, WA. He can be best described as an Information Security aficionado. His experience comprises of both working in the private sector doing forensic investigations as well being on the vendor side covering nearly every technology ranging from network solutions to endpoint technologies. 

 
Event Date 05-26-2016 11:30 am
Event End Date 05-26-2016 1:00 pm
Capacity 60
Available place 2
Cut off date 05-26-2016
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00 2

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 06-16-2016 11:30 am
Event End Date 06-16-2016 1:00 pm
Capacity 60
Available place 34
Cut off date 06-16-2016
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00 34

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 09-29-2016 11:30 am
Event End Date 09-29-2016 1:00 pm
Capacity 80
Available place 0
Cut off date 09-29-2016
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 10-27-2016 11:30 am
Event End Date 10-27-2016 1:00 pm
Capacity 60
Available place 9
Cut off date 10-27-2016
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00 9

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 11-24-2016 11:30 am
Event End Date 11-24-2016 1:00 am
Capacity 100
Available place 33
Cut off date 11-24-2016
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00 33

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Do you know what 1.2 terabits per second is?

 

A LOT of bandwidth.

 

BT achieved this bandwidth in a specialized lab environment. Mellanox and Micron manufacture cloud storage equipment which recently achieved this milestone in a very expensive data centre. And the Mirai Botnet recently used webcams like the one your family has at home to generate this much traffic and disable a large portion of the Internet -- including some of the most recognizable brands like Twitter, Spotify and HBO. It is also just the first of many bandwidth records about to be set.

 

 

The largest Internet companies like Facebook and Google know that many, many cheap computers are far more cost effective and powerful than very expensive, built-for-purpose systems. The bad guys also learned this lesson and started building botnets of computers years ago. Now bad guys are moving on to an even bigger opportunity: the Internet of Things (IoT). More than 15 billion devices connected to the Internet with lots of bandwidth, no security and no one watching them. This presents the greatest threat to Internet stability we have ever seen.

 

 

Join Steve Biswanger as he discusses how the exponential growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) presents an equivalent growth in cyber risk, dissects the recent Mirai denial of service attack and offers some advice for how to prepare for the upcoming onslaught.

 

 

About the speaker:

 

Steve Biswanger, Director, Information Security at Encana, has over 20 years experience as a cyber security professional. A relentless desire to experiment with technology has fostered a long career of hacking for fun and profit around the World. More recently Steve has shifted his focus to defense, helping companies build capabilities to prevent and eventually recover from the constantly changing threats to technical infrastructure. Whether it is his cars, his ridiculously complex, automated home network, neighbors' poorly configured WiFi, guest networks at hotels, bars and airports, corporate or control networks, Steve has probably broken and mostly recovered anything that can be connected to a computer network.

 

Event Date 01-26-2017 11:30 am
Event End Date 01-26-2017 1:00 pm
Capacity 65
Available place 3
Cut off date 01-26-2017
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00 3

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

https://www.slideshare.net/secret/2z3bOaWTShOILZ

Event Date 02-23-2017 11:30 am
Event End Date 02-23-2017 1:00 pm
Capacity 60
Available place 4
Cut off date 02-23-2017
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00 4

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

The vision is clear: the more data you ingest, the more you can improve your risk posture. But a data pile alone isn’t actionable. In order to achieve the desired outcome of preventing cyberattacks, organizations must be able to action on collected Indicators of Compromise, automatically transforming them into prevention-based controls for enforcement on security devices.

 

Introducing MineMeld - the latest gift from the open source community!  Security Analysts now have the freedom to import as many threat feeds as possible regardless of format. From white-listing to dedupe, feeds can now be “carved” up and incorporated into all security platforms providing a consistent and automated defense.

 

Together, we can simplify the sharing of threat intelligence for organizations, creating a stronger community that drives adoption of intelligence as a core element of a prevention-based strategy.

 

 

About the speaker:

 

Clayton Sopel is a Systems Engineer for Palo Alto Networks based out of Calgary, Alberta. With over 17 years of experience in the IT Industry Clayton has held roles as a network analyst, security consultant and multiple Systems Engineering positions. After beginning his career as a "packet head" in the transportation sector, Clayton has now shifted his focus to the cyber security space.  He now helps enterprises navigate through the fog of cloud security, zero trust and machine-learning.

 

Event Date 03-30-2017 11:30 am
Event End Date 03-30-2017 1:00 pm
Capacity 65
Available place 0
Cut off date 03-30-2017
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 04-27-2017 11:30 am
Event End Date 04-27-2017 1:00 pm
Capacity 80
Available place 5
Cut off date 04-27-2017
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00 5

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

It is never too early for any company to start thinking about security & compliance. More and more companies in Canada are reporting falling victim to cyber-crimes. In this session, Dominic Vogel, a security advisor for startups and SMBs, will explore the cyber security essentials that all companies need to embrace and discuss how every company big or small can better manage cyber risk and preserve consumer trust all on a shoe-string budget. He will also explain how security practitioners can better serve their organizations and clients by focusing on the essentials rather than the 'new and shiny' technologies. 

 

 

About Dominic:

 

dominic-vogel-260x177

 

At RSA this year, Dominic was a guest  speaker on RSA TV! 

 

https://www.rsaconference.com/speakers/dominic-vogel

 

Dominic has an established track record as a business security leader in forming positive security cultures. He has a wide-range of experience having served critical roles overseeing numerous projects including security strategy development, policy development, endpoint security, and threat management in a multitude of industries (financial services, logistics, transportation, government, telecommunications, and critical infrastructure). Dominic frequently appears on TV and radio to discuss topical cyber security news.

 
Dominic is a firm believer in delivering sustainable security that supports and protects business goals. Having worked within large and globally diverse organizations he has extensive security experience that has been forged over the past decade as an information security professional.
 
Dominic is well regarded as a skilled communicator having been a security blogger for the renowned IT website TechRepublic. He has performed as a keynote speaker for BrightTALK Security Summits, Cyber Security Summit West, Blancco Security Days, NYIT Cyber Security Symposium, Vancouver IEEE Career Day, Vancouver Enterprise Forum, ISACA Cybersecurity Nexus 2016, Global Mining Summit 2016, and InfoSecWorld 2017.
 
Currently, in his role as Chief Strategist at Cyber.SC, Dominic focuses much of his energy on helping startups and small/midsize businesses with their cyber security challenges. His company also specializes is performing on-demand cyber security services for understaffed and overburdened larger enterprises.

Event Date 05-25-2017 11:30 am
Event End Date 05-25-2017 1:00 pm
Capacity 65
Available place 26
Cut off date 05-25-2017
Individual Price $20.00
$20.00 26

We are no longer accepting registration for this event