Shaqayeq (Shay) Saleh
Shaqayeq (Shay) Saleh Senior Network Engineer (Datacenter and Virtualization) at Aussie Broadband. She is an energetic, dynamic, results-oriented and problem solver with over a decade proven experience in infrastructure design, network security, network administration and service provider network. Her industry exposure spans telecommunications, Internet registry and education providers. Shaqayeq holds certifications in network and security as well as a master’s in information technology (Network Management).
Shaqayeq (Shay) Saleh shares her knowledge as a volunteer community trainer.
Subhashini has worked as an Engineer and Manager in Telecommunication and ICT fields since 2007 in different vendor and operator platforms. Her Experience includes Telco applications planning, maintenance and Solution delivery, Telco core network, ISP operation management and Security governance. She is a Volunteer trainer in LKNOG and a founding committee member of LKNOG, a former Fellow at APNIC 42 and 48 events and attended the first APNIC Hackathon. As a Voluntary speaker and organiser, she supports Women in ICT forums, APNIC NFH SEA and LKNOG events.
Technical Interest areas include Network and application Security, IPV6, DNS and DNSSEC.
Subhashini shares her knowledge as the retained community trainer in Sri Lanka for APNIC.
Affan Basalamah is an experienced IT Network & Telecom consultant with a diverse background in various corporations, including higher education institutions, Islamic multinational businesses, and the largest telecommunications operator in Indonesia. He received his degree from the Institut Teknologi Bandung, where he also served as an IT/network administrator and later as Head of IT Infrastructure for the IT Directorate for over 10 years. During this time, he was involved in the construction of Indonesia’s first higher education network (INHERENT) and frequently spoke at IT conferences such as IDNOG and APAN.
Affan shares his knowledge as a volunteer community trainer.
Packets don’t lie – Threat Hunting with Zeek
One of the methods to identify, process and gain visibility into a network is Network Security Monitoring(NSM). Zeek is a passive network security monitor and is Open Source. In this course will use Zeek to analyse PCAPs and find badness.
In this course, participants should be able to
– Gain an understanding on the value of Zeek in the context of Network Security Monitoring(NSM)
– Analyse PCAPs using Zeek
– Get an overview of Zeek and Zeek logs
Breach and Attack Simulation Tools
Information and Network Security is a broad topic, and as such this webinar will look at a variety of topics covering theory, technical controls, and organisational best practices.
The focus of the webinar is to introduce Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) concepts by explaining various tools and strategies to test defenses to determine the overall security posture of the organisation.
This course will cover the following topics:
- What is Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS)
- Why Use BAS tools
- Overview of the MITRE ATT&CK Matrix
- List of Open Source tools
- Overview of the various tools
- Setting up a simulation
APNIC’s Vulnerability Reporting Program
APNIC has been running a public Vulnerability Reporting Program (VRP) for just over a year now, where we have been inviting security researchers worldwide to responsibly report to us any vulnerabilities they find in our networks, servers, and services.
This webinar will follow the VRP from its first concept, through creation and the first year of operations. We’ll look at when went well, and what improvements were made along the way. We’ll also review the vulnerabilities reported, and examine them based on when they were reported, their severity, and who reported the issues to us. We’ll then cover some lessons learned from this project, and what APNIC is doing next to improve external vulnerability management.
This course will cover the following topics:
- What is a Vulnerability Reporting/Disclosure Program? (VRP/VDP)
- Why APNIC started a VRP
- Process of creating a VRP
- Review of vulnerabilities reported (count, severity, who reported them)
- Lessons learned
- What are the next steps after the VD
A. S. M. Shamim Reza
Shamim Reza is the CTO of Pipeline Inc., where he is responsible for developing strategies and doing research on Cyber Security utilizing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
He comes with more than 12 years of experience across infrastructure management, security monitoring & management, automation, threat hunting & forensic analysis.
Shamim actively participates in NOGs and technical conferences.
Shamim volunteers as a community trainer and shares his knowledge.
Amante Morales Alvaran
Amante has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry, holding various roles as Engineer, Trainer, Consultant, and Operations Management. Amante has PostGrad in Cyber and Data Management and is currently doing MBA in Cyber and Data Management.
Amante shares his knowledge as a voluntary Community Trainer for APNIC.
Kunal Raj is the team lead (acting) for the ISP & Security team at Telecom Fiji.
He brings with him over 5 years of experience in planning, operating and managing a Service Provider network.
Kunal is passionate about learning and sharing knowledge, and he volunteers his time as an APNIC Community Trainer.
Azhar has over 20 years experience as an IT / Telecom Trainer. His areas of expertise are Network Security, Software-Defined Networking, ITIL, Optical Transmission (SDH/DWDM) and Access Networks (GPON-FTTX). He also designs & develops courseware, lab manuals and blogs for international training organizations.
Azhar has delivered trainings in over 30 countries. He has served as Senior Technical Trainer at ZTE Corp. China, Networking Instructor at Xintra College Ottawa, Technical Trainer at TELOS in Vancouver and Online Instructor at QuickStart. His industry roles include working as ATM / IP Network Support Specialist at Siemens Canada, NOC Support at Bell Canada, & Field Applications Engineer at Nu Horizons USA.
Azhar has obtained a Master of Engineering in Telecommunication from Australia. He has taught at MAJ University, SZABIST, KIET, Mehran University and Xintra College. He has acquired certifications from CompTIA, Alcatel, Microsoft, EC-Council, AXELOS, MEF, Cisco, & Algonquin College.
Azhar shares his knowledge and experience as a volunteer community trainer for APNIC.