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AiSP & HTCIA Joint Seminar on 24 Aug 18

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KPMG Singapore

Level 3 (Cyber Ignition Centre)

Hong Leong Building, 16 Raffles Quay

Singapore, 048581

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Register at: https://aispandhtciaseminar.eventbrite.sg

Date: 24 Aug 18 (Fri)
Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Venue: KPMG Level 3 (Cyber Ignition Centre) - 16 Raffles Quay, Hong Leong Building, take the Carpark lift to level 3 (Cyber Ignition Centre), Singapore 048581
Attire: Casual

Programme:
6.30pm: Registration & light refreshments
7.00pm: Welcome Address by AiSP
7.10pm: Welcome Address by HTCIA
7.20pm: "IoT Army — Poking Botnets with a Honeypot"
by Mr Tan Kean Siong
8.00pm: “Crypto currency Mining – Hacking for Profit”
by Mr Goh Siong Por
8.45pm onwards: Networking


Kean Siong is an independent security researcher and member of The Honeynet Project. He involved in several open source network sensor and honeypot development, including Dionaea, Honeeepi and Glutton. He has spoken in conferences e.g. DEF CON Packet Hacking Village, Hack In The Box, HITCON, TROOPERS, Kaspersky SAS, Honeynet Project Workshop and other open source community events.

He will be sharing on: "IoT Army — Poking Botnets with a Honeypot"

Abstract:
Internet of Things attacks on the rise. In this session, we will share interesting stories about battling IoT Botnets with a home-based honeypot. With the mark and stains, we traced the attacks to different bot herders behind the scene, discovered interesting command and control interfaces and leak of source code files. We observed sneaky evasive tricks, funny commands, mis-configured Botnet, etc.



Siong Por is an experienced cyber security consultant who specializes in offensive security and incident response domain. His key areas of expertise include adversary simulation, threat hunting, wireless and NFC assessment, as well as cyber forensic and incident response. Siong Por is current a consultant in Kroll’s Cyber Risk practice in APAC. Prior, he was a technical team lead in a global security consulting company. He has led multiple security assessment engagements with clients across sectors including financial institutions, media and broadcasting companies as well as government agencies.

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“Crypto currency Mining – Hacking for Profit”

Abstract:

Due to the flood of stolen data offered for sale, the value of most commonly stolen data like credit card numbers of PII has dropped significantly. Hackers found another lucrative way to monetize their unauthorized access: cryptominer. In this presentation, I will share the current trends of crypto-currency mining and a case study in which I unfolded how cryptominers were deployed by hackers for monetary gains.

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KPMG Singapore

Level 3 (Cyber Ignition Centre)

Hong Leong Building, 16 Raffles Quay

Singapore, 048581

Singapore

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