Asia-Pacific & MEA Round 2013
The ‘CyberSecurity for the Next Generation’ conference will be hosted at National University of Singapore, Republic of Singapore, March 21-23, 2013.
Polytechnics, Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. Students from all Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa Universities, Institutes of Higher Education and Graduate Schools are welcome to apply.
To participate just follow these steps:
- Register here your interest and get full submission details
- Submit your research paper in English by 11 February, 2013
- Prepare a 10 minute presentation in English (subject to winning a place at the conference).
Participation is free.Kaspersky Lab will cover all participants' travel and accommodation expenses. By submitting a paper, participants give their consent for Kaspersky Lab to publish their work at www.kaspersky.com.
The best projects will be given awards and valuable prizes (1st place $1000, 2nd place $750 and 3rd place $500) from Kaspersky Lab and the authors will be invited to attend the international ‘CyberSecurity for the Next Generation’ conference.
Friday, March 22, 2013
|09.30-10.00||Guest Registration||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1 Foyer|
|10.00-10.15||Conference Welcome:||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|10.15-10.35||INTERPOL’s Multistakeholder Approach for a Safer Cyber Space while Keeping its Openness||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|10.35-11.00||Using Pathogenic Disease Treatment Techniques to Address the Spread of Malware||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|11.00-11.20||Coffee break||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1 Foyer|
|11.20-11.35||Student Presentation: A Conceptual Framework for Smart Mobile Honeypots||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|11.35-11.50||Student Presentation: Security Analysis of Fingerprint Based Bio-metric Recognition System and a Proposed Secure Architecture||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|11.50-12.05||Student Presentation: Using Complexity Metrics for Within-Project and Cross-Project Software Vulnerability Prediction||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|12.05-12.20||Student Presentation: Proposal of SNS Membership Qualification System Using Security Information Database||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|12.20-12.35||Student Presentation: Integration of Virtual Private Network in a Secured Smart Home Electricity Management System||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|12.35-13.45||Lunch||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1 Foyer|
|13.45-14.45||Panel Discussion: Can we keep up with the Cyber Arms Race?||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|14.45-15.00||Shielding Wireless Sensor Network from Security Threat Using Fuzzy Q-learning||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|15.00-15.15||Design of Behavioural Biometric Based Authentication with an Adaptive Mechanism on Mobile Phones||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|15.15-15.30||A Collaborative Access Control Model for E-voting Systems||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|15.30-15.45||Generation of Network Behaviour Descriptors Using Multivariate Correlation Analysis Technique Based on Triangle Area Map||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|15.45-16.00||Secure Searchable Encryption System for Data Storage||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
Saturday, March 23, 2013
|16.00-16.30||Coffee break||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1 Foyer|
|10.00-10.15||Cybercrime Detection Techniques Based on Support Vector Machines (SVMs)||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|10.15-10.30||Detection of Security Vulnerability in Indonesian Near Field Communication (NFC) Applications||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|10.30-10.45||Back to Basics: Information Security Education for the Youth via Gameplay||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|10.45-11.00||SNEAKERZ: Web Vulnerability Assessment Tool||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|11.00-11.15||On-the-fly Encryption for Android Devices||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|11.15-11.40||CyberCriminal-Underground today and a view in the future||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|11.40-12.00||Coffee break / Program Committee Meeting||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1 Foyer|
|12.00-12.20||Cloud (Storage) Forensic||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
|12.20-13.30||Awards Ceremony||NUS School of Computing, COM 1 - Seminar Room 1|
Head, EEMEA, Global Research & Analysis Team, Kaspersky Lab
Sergey was appointed Head of the Global Research & Analysis Group for the EEMEA region in 2010. His responsibilities include monitoring IT security trends in the EEMEA region, organizing international summits for security researchers and cooperating with educational institutions of different level. Sergey joined Kaspersky Lab in 2002, working in the Customer Service Department before becoming a virus analyst. Prior to his current position he was a project manager in the Research Center since 2007. Sergey has a degree in Applied Mathematics from the Moscow State University of Railway Engineering and holds a postgraduate degree in IT Security. He is based in Moscow.
Virus Analyst, Global Research and Analysis Team, Kaspersky Lab
Marco was appointed to his current position in 2010 and brings more than 11 years of experience in IT and IT-Security to the role. Marco’s responsibilities include monitoring the threat landscape in Central Europe and providing management for the local research team. Marco specializes in web and Apple OS security and social networks.
Marco began his career with Kaspersky Lab back in 2004 as a Technical Consultant, providing expert knowledge on Linux and Unix-based systems. He has also been involved in corporate sales management, before moving on to become the technical contact for the OEM department, supporting customized solutions. Marco has participated in the development of web-based services and systems for the Marketing and Retail Sales departments and has worked extensively with the Company’s product design teams. Marco joined GReAT as a Virus Analyst in 2009.
Assistant Professor of School of Computing, National University of Singapore
Associate Professor in School of Computing, National University of Singapore
Ee-Chien Chang is an associate professor in the School of Computing, National University of Singapore (NUS). He obtained his BSc and MSc from NUS, and PhD in 1998 from the Department of Computer Science, New york University. He was a post-doc in DIMACS and NEC Research Institute from July 1999 to July 2000. His research interests include information security, multimedia and biometric security.
Professor of Information Systems Security, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
Steven Furnell is professor of information systems security and leads the Centre for Security, Communications & Network Research at Plymouth University. He is also an Adjunct Professor with Edith Cowan University in Western Australia. His research interests include usability of security technologies, security management and culture, and technologies for user authentication and intrusion detection. He has authored over 230 papers in refereed international journals and conference proceedings. He is also the editor-in-chief of Information Management & Computer Security, and chairs the academic partnership committee and southwest branch of the Institute of Information Security Professionals.
Regional Researcher, Japan, Kaspersky Lab
Michael joined Kaspersky Lab in 2004 and currently leads the IT Security Lab of the Japanese branch of the company.
He is responsible for monitoring the local threat landscape and also specialized in Anti- Phishing activities, including the discovery of accompanying data like exploits, backdoors, bots, malware and phish-kits. Before joining Kaspersky Lab, he worked in different roles in the IT field since 1997.
Instructor, Department of Information Systems, City University of Hong Kong
His professional qualifications include Chartered Engineer (CEng) in Information Systems Engineering, Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) granted by ISACA, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) granted by ISC2 and Chartered Member of British Computer Society (MBCS, CITP) granted by BCS.
In 2000, he made a very important decision in changing his career from an IT practitioner to an academic in City University of Hong Kong which worldwide ranking is now 119th. His major research interests are information security (both technical and managerial),
IT governance, systems development methodologies, etc. Some of his academic qualifications include Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Master of Science (MSc)
Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo
Senior Lecturer, School of Information Technology & Mathematical Sciences, University of South Australia
Dr Raymond Choo has (co)authored a number of publications in the areas of anti-money laundering, cyber and information security, and digital forensics. He received the 2010 ACT Pearcey Award for “Taking a risk and making a difference in the development of the Australian ICT industry”, and was nominated one of 10 Emerging Leaders in the Innovation category of The Weekend Australian Magazine / Microsoft’s Next 100 series in 2009. Other awards/ scholarships include a 2008 Australia Day Achievement Medallion and British Computer Society’s ‘Wilkes Award’ for the best paper published in the 2007 volume of the Computer Journal (Oxford University Press).
He has been an invited speaker for a number of events in Australia and overseas (e.g. 2011 UNODC-ITU Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop on Fighting Cybercrime and 2011 Ministerial-level Korea-Australia-New Zealand Broadband Summit 2011) including delivering Keynote/Plenary Speeches at ECPAT Taiwan’s 2008 Conference on Criminal Problems and Intervention Strategy, 2010 International Conference on Applied Linguistics and 2011 Economic Crime Asia Conference, and Invited Lecture at the Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies.
Senior Lecturer, Research Centre for Innovation in IT Services and Applications (iNEXT) Faculty of Engineering and IT, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Australia
Dr. Priyadarsi Nanda joined Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia in 2001. He is a core research member of the UTS Research Centre for Innovation in IT Services and Applications (iNEXT) and is the Director of Network Security and Application Lab.
Dr. Nanda graduated with a PhD in Computing Science from UTS,
Armin Amio the Senior Editor of Companies and Technology sections of BusinessMirror.
She has been in the publishing industry for around 20 years now.
The BusinessMirror is a daily business publication that features the latest in electronics and high-tech gadgets as well as developments in the industry