[Series 2] Botnet Mitigation Best Practices and System Evaluation Workshop in Indonesia

A two-day workshop on Botnet Monitoring and Mitigation, addressing:

  • Principles and best practices for botnet detection, monitoring and mitigation
  • Best practices for dealing with botnets in an IoT environment
  • Social Engineering and botnet proliferation
  • Using Cloud Enabled Security System (CESS) for malware detection/prevention
  • A discussion forum with invited stakeholders on malware threats

This workshop is conducted as part of the Asi@Connect Distributed and Cloud-based Network Defense System for NRENs (DCNDS) Project funded by TEIN* Cooperation Center and the European Union to facilitate capacity building among NOC operators and network engineers, as well as security personnel to support the effective operation of Research and Education Networks in the Asian region.

Workshop Presentations:

Marx – Network and Security Monitoring

Marx – Attack Vectors

Prof.Islam-Social_Engineering

Dr.Mustafa-CESS-for-Malware-Detection-Prevention

Target Participants

Network and System operators and engineers, as well as Cybersecurity staff from various organisations involved in Malaysian Research & Education Network (MYREN) and other public agencies. Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptops for the Hands-on sessions.

Number of Participant Seats

30 pax

The organizers reserve the right to limit the number of participants from each organisation based on available seats.

Cost of Participation

There are no fees charged to participants for attending the workshop. However, participants will need to make their own arrangements for travel and lodging if needed.

Venue

Golden Tulip Holland Resort

Batu, Indonesia

Dates

Workshop: 12 – 13 March, 2020 (with Social Dinner on night of 13 March 2020)

This workshop has received funding from Asi@Connect project which is the European Union co-funding project under Grant contract ACA 2016-376-562.