56th – Guardians of Cyberspace by Daniel Ting & The best practice of software architecture by Satoshi Mimura & What is penetration testing by Takaharu Ogasa

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Next JAIT event we will have 3 speakers from Melbourne, Tokyo and Sendai!

  1. Guardians of Cyberspace: An introduction to CyberSecurity, and how you can help too by Daniel Ting
    The work that goes into protecting a cyber-kingdom is often abstract and the impact hard to grasp. Daniel will explore why you should care about cybersecurity, and try to frame-up what cybersecurity is about. Then, he will share with you some practical high-level guidance on how you can be better cyber-secure too.

  2. The best practice of software architecture, learning from failure by Satoshi Mimura
    Satoshi will be looking at software architecture from a security standpoint and discuss how security failures can be perfect opportunities to improve the robustness and resilience of the design.

  3. What is a penetration testing and how organisations benefit from it by Takaharu Ogasa
    Penetration testing is a security tactic where hired security analysts will try and break into systems to test their defenses. Takaharu will show some examples of penetration testing and how organisations use it as part of their security strategy.

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About speakers

Daniel Ting
Daniel is an independently consulting security architect, and an ex-senior Security Architect, and penetration tester at Trustwave. Daniel also co-organises the OWASP AppSec Day conference, leads the OWASP Melbourne Chapter, and co-organising the monthly technical security meetup SecTalks Melbourne; the one of the largest cybersecurity communities in Melbourne. He spends his days helping organisations such as government agencies, critical infrastructure, banks, startups and nonprofits secure themselves in cyberspace.

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Satoshi Mimura
Satoshi is a security researcher, software developer and penetration tester. Satoshi likes a binary dump and researching about hardware security. He is also a certified GIAC Forensic Analyst (GCFA) and a member of Cybersecurity Laboratory at National Institute of Information and Communications Technology as Technical Researcher. Satoshi is a founder of CTF for Beginners which is a study workshop of Cyber security via CTF and Inside IT which is a study workshop of Information Technology.

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Takaharu Ogasa
Takaharu is a penetration tester, security consultant and has been in the IT industry as web application developer, network administrator from 2000 through 2014. Takaharu is founder and the current OWASP Sendai chapter Leader, OWASP Chapters All Day Organizing Committee, founder and CEO of Security Initiative Inc. helping to grow their chapter and promoting OWASP and its tools globally.He is also a certified GIAC Web Application Penetration Tester (GWAPT), GIAC Penetration Tester (GPEN), GIAC Forensic Analyst (GCFA), GIAC Incident Handler (GCIH).

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Schedule

7:45 PM(AEST) – Zoom Open

8:00 PM (AEST) – Guardians of Cyberspace: An introduction to CyberSecurity, and how you can help too by Daniel Ting

8:20 PM (AEST) – The best practice of software architecture, learning from failure by Satoshi Mimura

8:45 PM (AEST) – What is a penetration testing and how organisations benefits from it by Takaharu Ogasa

9:10 PM (AEST) – Q&A with the panel.

9:30PM(AEST) – End

Detail

Time:8:00 PM(AEST) 17/08/2020 (Monday)
Place:Zoom
https://zoom.us/j/97198101095

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