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Secure Japan 2018

Tokyo, Japan | Mon, Feb 19, 2018 - Sat, Mar 3, 2018

SEC401: Security Essentials Bootcamp Style and SEC504: Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling will be taught in Japanese using Japanese language course materials. All other courses will use English language course materials and be taught in English with simultaneous translation in Japanese.

***SEC504 in at the Secure Japan event is waitlisted due to very strong interest, prospective students should consider taking the class at SANS Secure Osaka 2018 on March 12-17, 2018.***

Zachary Mathis

Based in Japan, Zachary Mathis is a principal security engineer at Kobe Digital Labo's Proactive Defense. While working at Carnegie Mellon CyLab Japan, he created the security division in 2006, which has grown to the largest security services company in western Japan. Proactive Defense provides services such as web application, network and smartphone application security penetration testing, incident handling, forensics, and phishing assessments to some of the largest companies in Japan. He is one of the authors of JSSEC's Android Application Secure Coding Guidebook, and an active member of SECCON, Japan's largest CTF organization. He regularly organizes security events throughout the year including zero day bug bounty events for medical and IoT hacking. He is currently the local instructor for 504 in Japan and holds numerous GIAC certificates.


Zachary Mathis Will Be Teaching the Following Course:

Secure Japan 2018 Instructors