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ACS Tech: Red Team operators (penetration testers) vs Blue Team operators (SOC/IR analysts) to attack and defend a vulnerable server

Join us for an exciting educational session as we bring together Red Team operators (penetration testers) and Blue Team operators (SOC/IR analysts) to share the tools and techniques used by the offensive (red) and defensive (blue) teams to achieve the cyber security's respective objectives. Note: The content present in this event is most suitable for Emerging Professionals.

Event Start: Tue 13 Jun 05:30 PM AEST
Event Finish: Tue 13 Jun 07:30 PM AEST


Registration End Date: Fri 09 Jun 05:00 PM

<strong>Note: </strong>The content present in this event is most suitable for Emerging Professionals. <p>Join us for an exciting educational session as we bring together Red Team operators (penetration testers) and Blue Team operators (SOC/IR analysts) to share the tools and techniques used by the offensive (red) and defensive (blue) teams to achieve the cyber security&#39;s respective objectives.</p> <p>This introductory session aimed to provide a comprehensive overview of the target server, highlighting its vulnerabilities and potential weak points. </p> <p><strong>By attending this session, you will, </strong></p> <ul><li>gain insights into the tools and techniques employed by both the offensive (red) and defensive (blue) teams, setting the stage for an engaging and immersive experience</li><li>walk away with a stronger operational knowledge of how to identify and exploit security vulnerabilities and what tools and techniques defenders use to identify and stop malicious activity</li><li>acquire practical knowledge and operational insights that can be directly applied to your own cybersecurity practices</li><li>learn how to recognize and exploit vulnerabilities, as well as how defenders employ cutting-edge technologies and methodologies to mitigate threats</li></ul> <p>This event is an exhilarating and educational experience for cybersecurity professionals and enthusiasts alike. We invite you to join us for a fun session and gain valuable insights into the world of offensive and defensive cybersecurity techniques.</p> <strong>Event run sheet (Draft)</strong><br>5:30 PM – 6:00 PM (30 min): Guests arrival &amp; registrations<br>6:00 PM – 6:05 PM (5 min): Event open by ACS rep and introducing speakers<br>6:05 PM – 6:55 PM (50 min): Main presentation and demonstration by guest speakers<br>6:55 PM – 7:00 PM (5 min): Event wrap up by ACS rep<br>7:00 PM – 7:30 PM (30 min): Social networking &amp; guests departs<br><br>*The session will be hosted by UNSW Canberra and Ionize.

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Andrew Muller

Andrew Muller

Andrew has been the Managing Director of Australian based cyber security firm, Ionize since 2008. He has expanded Ionize throughout Australia, Indonesia, PNG and the Pacific with a range of cyber security services including cyber governance, cyber defensive, cyber offensive and cyber education services. Andrew has worked in commercial and government sectors from start ups to multi national enterprises. Andrew has also contributed to a range of open source security projects such as the OWASP Testing Guide. He has a passion for the cyber security industry and the benefits it provides to business worldwide. He holds a Masters in Science from UNSW and has lectured at UNSW on cyber security subjects. 

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Suite 3, Level 5, 64 Northbourne AV,Canberra,ACT,Australia

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  • ACS Canberra Hub (Corner of Northbourne AVE and Bunda St. Enter Via Bunda Street)
    Suite 3, Level 5, 64 Northbourne AV
    Canberra ACT 2601
  • when

  • Event Start:
    Tue 13 Jun 05:30 PM AEST

    Event Finish:
    Tue 13 Jun 07:30 PM AEST
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