Hacking technology is fun! But people and processes also really matter at NaijaSecCon. At this 1 day conference, meet technology tinkerers (yeah thinkers too) and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) experts and thought leaders.
8 hands-on workshop sessions and live technical demonstrations on security threats that affect organizations
Test your computer hacking skills by partaking in the basics and latest techniques in cryptography, digital forensics, reverse engineering, web security, coding and hacking. Register http://ctf.naijaseccon.com/
Have fun, network, connect, participate, watch and learn in an environment filled with people within the information security community and of course the technology.
Master classes from top Cyber Security Experts
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Senior Cyber Risk Specialist at PWC
Has led enterprise security reviews, red team assessments, application security reviews and compliance assessments.
Infosec Consultant, Digital Jewels
Currently carrying out research programs on Mobile Applications, Internet of things and Open Source Intelligence Gathering (OSINT).
Bug Bounty Hunter
Acknowledged for reporting security bugs found in Google, Twitter, Uber, Coinbase, Maximum, SkyTV, etc
Assistant Manager, BDO UAE
Nigeria’s first Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP), Rotimi won the best Ethical hacking team (Africa) in the 2015 ISACA/EC COUNCIL Global CyberLympics hacking competition
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Enterprises have lost critical information assets due to ransomware attacks and the typical approach of discarding the system is being adopted without any intelligence drawn from the attacks. Chinedu will give a brief presentation and prepare our minds to take us through an exciting journey in a live demo session detailing a ransomware attack, propagation, detection, reverse engineering and decryption.
Lives as a Social Engineer. Blame him not, malwares do that too. Years of sandboxing malwares for analysis and scrutinizing disk images for artefacts has earned him the name: “The Forensicator”. He is involved in BSides Lagos and with Law Enforcement Agents training on forensics in Nigeria.
Engaged in conducting vulnerability assessment and penetration test on web, mobile and network systems for financial industries, government and SME’s across West Africa. His sidekicks involve implementing information security standards.
Seun Oyelude & Debra Okwuzi
Seun is an information security professional with experience in both the financial industry and E-commerce industry. He is a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and currently works as an Applications Security Specialist with Konga. He is a code-cracker and enthusiast of games, puzzles and problems relating to ciphers, crypto, Greek, Chinese myths and the dark-web. His regular is as an Application Security Specialist with particular focus on e-commerce payment and security.
Debra is a Senior IT Risk Assurance professional at PwC. She has been leading enterprise security reviews, red team assessments, application security reviews, compliance assessment and cybersecurity capability assessments. She has also been listening to conversations in the dark web for the past five years. Let her tell you what she’s heard.
Raymond is a Senior Threat Researcher and Co-Founder of AceDefend Labs. His research into Mobile Malware, Social Engineering, Reverse Engineering, Threat Intelligence and Digital Forensics has helped his team develop intelligent security solutions to protect enterprise systems.
Nigeria’s first Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) also known as Infosec Shinobi – Rotimi is a Lead Cybersecurity Specialist at BDO UAE. He is a core member of the TeamNaija CTF team that won the best Ethical hacking team (Africa) in the 2015 ISACA/EC COUNCIL Global CyberLympics hacking competition and placed 2nd place in the 2016 GISEC CTF Hacking Competition organized for security professionals in the entire Gulf region. After years of breaking things, his research interests amongst others now include how GRC impacts technical security.
Aworunse Matthew Temmy
Security researcher by day and vulnerability hunter by night. Temmy has been acknowledged and rewarded by Microsoft, Google, Uber, Badoo, Twitter etc. for reporting security bugs. He is keen on discovering and reporting vulnerabilities in applications for fun and bounty.
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Whether it is brand recognition or leads generation or meeting awesome and skilled professionals who could be part of your team.
Meet security researchers, elite hackers and people who know them. Develop insights into the way they think in preparation to proactively defend your organization.
Meet, collaborate and develop relationships with thought leaders, influencers, organization’s technical bigwigs and security enthusiasts.
Either by watching, learning or partaking in the Capture The Flag (CTF) Hackathon and also experiencing the Hands-on Workshops and Live Technical Demonstrations.
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Register below for the conference. To register for the CTF, visit http://ctf.naijaseccon.com/
To participate and win a cash prize of N200,000 Naira, visit here http://ctf.naijaseccon.com/
This ticket includes access to the Conference General Session and all Workshops throughout the conference.
This ticket includes access to the Conference General Session, all Workshops, Exhibition and interaction with Hackathon participants.
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