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Community Nights – Cyber Defence Singapore July

Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel 392 Havelock Rd Singapore 169663, Tuesday 19th July, Wednesday 20th July, Thursday 21st July

SANS Community Nights are a great way to stay in touch with your local InfoSec community and to hear the latest in technical wizardry, industry intelligence, and thought leadership from our amazing presenters. Join us at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel for three upcoming Community Nights in Singapore!

View the agenda below:

5:00pm – 6:00pm
Registration

6:00pm - 8:00pm
Presentations

Tuesday 19th July – Ross Bergman
Red and Purple Team: Earn That Cert: GIAC Exam Preparation

This event is at capacity – please send an
email to singapore@sans.org to confirm if spots are available. Alternatively, you
can go on our waitlist.

Are you signed up to test your skills against the certification exam for your course? Are you undecided about taking on the challenge? "GIAC Certifications are a mile deep for specialised job-focused tasks across industry focus areas including offensive operations, cyber defence, cloud security, DFIR, management, and ICS. All of these areas are listed as preferred qualifications on thousands of job postings across the globe." Ross Bergman is a Certified SANS Instructor and Lead Author who will give you the facts about GIAC exams, provide strategies for preparation. describe the logistics of testing, and answer your questions about becoming (and remaining) GIAC certified

Wednesday 20th July – Kevin Ripa
The 10 Biggest Myths About Computer Forensics

This event is at capacity – please send an
email to singapore@sans.org to confirm if spots are available. Alternatively, you
can go on our waitlist.

This is a light hearted, but very true presentation that dispels many of the common myths surrounding a number of things in the computer forensics world. One example is, "Can freezing a hard drive recover the data?". Another one is, "Can a virus even put child sexual abuse material (CSAM) on a computer?" You'll just have to come and find out what the other 8 are, and the answers to all 10!

Thursday 21st July – Josh Lemon
DFIR Evidence Collection and Preservation for the Cloud

This event is at capacity – please send an
email to singapore@sans.org to confirm if spots are available. Alternatively, you
can go on our waitlist.

The assumption that a change in where or how data is stored always seems to lead to the false belief that forensics is dead. With the cloud, digital forensics is given new capabilities and depth that do not exist in the on-premise world. However, this is only useful if you know how to correctly configure and set up evidence preservation for your cloud environments. One of the most significant challenges with cloud environments today is that evidence retention works on a continuous sliding time window. This could mean your evidence is slowly aging out of existence, if you don't know where to collect it immediately, or that your evidence may never have been generated if you have not already configured your cloud platform correctly. This presentation will take attendees through a quickfire set-up of how best to configure their; Azure, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft 365, or Google Workspace platforms, to ensure they have the best possible chance of maintaining evidence for digital forensics and incident response investigations. The techniques shown during this session are derived from the SANS FOR509: Enterprise Cloud Forensics and Incident Response course.