Saturday, December 5, 2015

Network Forensics Talk by Christopher Lek

Christopher Lek was invited to give a Network Forensic talk to DISM students. This talk provides an introduction to network forensics with brief discussion on network digital evidence and its collection process. There will be discussion of the technical fundamentals on the network OSI layers, TCP/IP, and tools involved in acquisition of network evidence. It will end with a demo on how packet and flow analysis can be conducted during security investigation.

Christopher Lek has more than 13 years of IT experience. He graduated from Singapore Polytechnic (Electrical Engineering) and Nanyang Technological University (Computer Engineering) and holds several certifications including CEH, GCIH, GCFE, GCFA, CISSP and ISO 27001 Auditor, PMP and ITIL.

Christopher leads the Global Security Incident Response team (APAC) for a Fortune 500 Company. He has previously worked for a financial institution and Internet Service Provider. Being active in the IT Security community, Christopher was the workshop committee member for Global HoneyNet Workshop held in Warsaw (2014) and past SIG2 member. He is currently involved in the honeeepi project, which is a customized Raspbian OS running on raspberry pi.

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