BSidesSingapore 2020 Sept. 24, 2020 to Sept. 25, 2020, Singapore, Singapore

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Keynote: Jack Daniel N/a Jack Daniel is a co-founder of Security BSides, a community builder, storyteller, technologist, historian, security ...
Welcome the Shadowbunny - Leveraging virtual machines during lateral movement to evade detections and persist Johann Rehberger In this talk we will explore usage of virtual machines for lateral movement. There are ...
Automating Threat Hunting on the Dark Web and other nitty-gritty things Apurv Singh Gautam What’s the hype with the dark web? Why are security researchers focusing more on the ...
Hacking Serverless Architectures Keith Rozario Serverless is a new paradigm for building apps, and requires us to forget about the ...
Making your SIEM great again - Augmenting your detection via simple machine learning Elaine Hung We have heard tons of User Behaviour Analytics tools that claims to facilitate detections of ...
DarkCrewBot – The Return of the Bot Shop Crew Adi Hamama Check Point Researchers recently discovered an ongoing, evolving campaign from a known hackers’ group, “DarkCrewFriends.” ...
Chinese Cyber Crime: A Graph Approach Aaron Shraberg Analysts populated data from thirty-five Chinese hacker website into a graph database management systems to ...
Eradicating Vulnerability Classes by Embracing Secure Defaults and Invariants Luke O'malley There’s a significant shift ongoing in how security teams operate and prioritize their limited budget ...
Anatomy of Automated Account Takeovers Tal Calguner Living in an era of data privacy dystopia, having an online presence comes with the ...
Auto-remediation in cloud: win the race against cyber criminals Sapna Singh We are suddenly into a new era where remote working is a new norm for ...
Android Malware Adventures Mert Akinci Android malware is evolving every day and they are everywhere, even in Google Play Store. ...
Seccomp for developers - making your applications more secure Alexander Reelsen Application developers tend to focus on features first with security being an afterthought to those ...