Presentation One Title: Using digital forensics to investigate Windows artifacts and tracking user activity
Utilizing digital forensics for investigating Windows artifacts provides a powerful means to track and analyse user activity. By examining a range of relevant data left behind on the Windows operating system, such as event logs, registry activity and file artifacts, investigators can uncover valuable insights into recent activity, applications used, and patterns of behaviour. This process aids in reconstructing events and piecing together a comprehensive understanding of user actions within the Windows environment.
David Wren holds a computer science degree from UNSW and has 35 years of experience in telecommunications, software development and computer security. He is currently the CEO & owner of the Sydney based company, PassMark Software Pty Ltd, who develop diagnostic and computer forensics solutions.
Rachel Vosila works across marketing and partnership development as PassMark Software. Following a bachelor’s degree in design from the University of New South Wales, Rachel has worked in a range of marketing roles in the IT industry before joining PassMark in 2019.
During her time in this role, Rachel has enjoyed generating content that makes digital forensic knowledge and forensic processes accessible to the broad range of users and industries who engage with OSForensics
Presentation Two Title: Taking a risk-based approach to vulnerability management
Managing a Security team is a challenging endeavour, especially given the demands of business leadership has on you to report on defensible cyber resilience. It’s of no help that security practitioners are drowning in constantly growing and contextless vulnerabilities. It takes a village to make for meaningful vulnerability management (VM), but security teams only have a handful of analysts at best to do so. Let me share with you how your peers are working to tackle this problem.
Here’s what you can expect from the session:
• Uncover the hurdles in everyday VM operations
• Learn what makes for a strong Risk-Based VM Program
• Discover the benefits of Continuous Threat Exposure Management
• Improve the Life of a VM Analyst With Several Best Practices
• Confidently report on your vulnerability remediation and threat management status
Neeti Rodrigues is a business leader and a seasoned technology veteran in both startups and major public enterprises. With over 25 years of experience in cybersecurity and IT, she has seen firsthand the challenges that businesses face in protecting their data and assets from cyber attacks. Neeti has a passion for building successful organizations ground up with a focus on creating an exceptional culture which leads to dynamic business growth. She served in various leadership roles at Micro Focus, TippingPoint Technologies (3Com), Hewlett Packard (HP) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and is currently SVP APAC at Hive Pro an exciting cybersecurity company that enables customers to contextualize, prioritize and resolve threats all through one platform.
Neeti holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics & Telecommunication and professional certifications of CISA and CISSP. Neeti has completed foundation course on Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and works with children on the autism spectrum. The Seven Habits of highly effective people made a deep impression early on in her career. She believes relationships get stronger in personal or professional life, when you stay close during tough times. Her advice is strive for excellence, stay hungry and learn, and success will automatically follow.
Date: Thursday 26 October 2023
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm (AEDT)
6:00pm - 6:15pm Registration
6:15pm - 7:30pm Presentations
7:30pm - 8:00pm Post event networking and light refreshments
Venue: Deloitte, Room 14, Level 45, Quay Quarters Building, 50 Bridge Street, Sydney, NSW
Registrations Close: At 5:00pm on Wednesday 25 October 2023 or before if the event is sold out
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