|22 Aug||Monday||09:00 to 17:00 SGT/GMT +8||8 Hours|
|23 Aug||Tuesday||09:00 to 17:00 SGT/GMT +8||8 Hours|
|24 Aug||Wednesday||09:00 to 17:00 SGT/GMT +8||8 Hours|
Attackers constantly find new ways to attack and infect Linux boxes using more and more sophisticated techniques and tools. As defenders we need to stay up to date with adversaries, understand their TTPs and be able to respond quickly. The combination of low-level network and endpoint visibility is crucial to achieve that goal. For DFIR needs we could go even further with proactive forensics inspections. This training will guide you through different attack-detection-inspection-response use-cases and teach critical aspects of how to handle Linux incidents properly.
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Mr. Gal Diskin is a cybersecurity and AI researcher. He was previously the VP & head of Palo Alto Networks’ Israeli site, and is a serial entrepreneur. Mr. Diskin’s research has been featured in HITB, Defcon, Black Hat, CCC, and other conferences, spanning fields from low level security research such as hardware vulnerabilities, binary instrumentation, and car hacking to high level research on AI detection methods, Enterprise security, and Identity security. Mr. Diskin was also the technical lead and co-founder of Intel’s software security organization, as well as the CTO of Cyvera and HeXponent (co-founder) before their acquisition.
Huajiang “Kevin2600” Chen (Twitter: @kevin2600) is a senior security researcher. He mainly focuses on vulnerability research in wireless and Vehicle security. He is a winner of GeekPwn 2020 and also made to the Tesla hall of fame 2021. Kevin2600 has spoken at various conferences including KCON; DEFCON and CANSECWEST.