Date: Friday 16 October 2015.
Venue: Alloa, United Kingdom | Tulliallan Castle
This symposium brought together knowledge from many different domains in order to create knowledge exchange and collaborative infrastructures, which address the key cyber risks that Scotland, the UK and Europe faces. Key focal points are:
- Education and Training within Cyber Education.
- Gamification and Virtualisation of Cyber Security Training.
- Cybercrime Risks, Malware Analysis/Detection and Fraud.
- Security Data Gathering and Analytics.
- Cyber Risks, Resilience and Failover.
- Critical Infrastructure and First Response.
- Real-time Analytics on Risks.
- Risks to privacy and identity theft.
There was a special focus on key areas such as the skills gap in cyber education, law enforcement training, and in the provision of a range of training infrastructures. The work was supported within the DFET EU project, which aims to train security professionals in key areas of malware, fraud and related areas.
A parallel Conference ran in Slovinia on 23 October 2015. Here are some pictures from the event:
|Time||Main Theatre||Theatre 1||Theatre 2|
|SIEM/Threat||Digital Forensics I||Digital Forensics II|
|09.00-09.15||Arrival and refreshments|
|09.15-09.30||Welcome and Opening Address, Steven Wilson, Detective Superintendent, Specialist Crime Division, Police Scotland|
|09.30-09.50||DFET, Prof Bill Buchanan, Adrian Smales, Eamonn Keane (DFET)|
|09.50-10.20||Side Channel Analysis of Embedded Devices, Doug Carson, Keysight Technologies||Real-time content filtering and SSL inspection, Jim Black, Head of Product Management and Joseph Spadavecchia, Principal Software Engineers, Bloxx||Cryptolocker Forensics, Sivasubramanian Nambivelu, ENU|
|10.20-10.50||Malware, Rafe Pilling, Dell SecureWorks||VoLTE & VoWifi: challenges and opportunities for cell site analysis, Martin Griffith, Cell Site Forensics||Privacy, background and challenges for business in a rapidly evolving digital environment, James Kwaan, ISACA|
|11.10-11.40||“Analyze That” – The needs and challenges of delivering Understanding in terms of Cyber Threats, Andy Settle and Carl Leonard,Raytheon|Websense||Large Scale Investigations using eDiscovery Techniques, Carl Barron, Nuix||Education Through Gamification, Jason McClay, Operations Director, G2G3|
|11.40-12.10||Cyber Security Qualifications for Schools, Dr Natalie Coull, Abertay University, Bobby Elliot, SQA and Scott Hunter, Kyle Academy||Tactical Log Analysis, David Stubley, CEO, 7Elements||Changing face of cyber incidents, and techniques to stop them, Paul Hopkins, Cyber Security CTO, CGI UK|
|13.00-13.30||Threat Analysis, Richard Archdeacon, Head of Security Strategy at HP Enterprise Security Services, HP||The Importance of Triage in 21st Century Policing, Nick Curry, Blue Light Forensics||Malware, Raif Pilling, Dell SecureWorks|
|13.30-14.00||Threat Analysis, Nathan Dorbrook, ECS||Changing face of cyber incidents, and techniques to stop them, Paul Hopkins, Cyber Security CTO, CGI UK||Tactical Log Analysis, David Stubley, CEO, 7Elements|
|14.00-14.30||How Safe are YOUR crown jewels, Joe Jouhal, Managing Director, Avatu||VoLTE & VoWifi: challenges and opportunities for cell site analysis, Martin Griffith, Cell Site Forensics||The Hunt for Patient Zero, Ian Rainsborough, EMEA Account Director, Guidance Software, Inc.|
|14.30-15.00||Large Scale Network Forensic Techniques, Andy Gillespie, Keysight Technologies||Education Through Gamification, Jason McClay, Operations Director, G2G3||Digital Triage for The Front Line, Andrew Sheldon, Evidence Talks|
|15.15-15.45||Educating Towards Cyber Security Professionalism, Prof Steve Furrnell Head of the Centre for Security, Communications & Network Research, University of Plymouth||Cryptolocker Forensics, Sivasubramanian Nambivelu, ENU||The Importance of Triage in 21st Century Policing Nick Curry, Blue Light Forensics|
|15.45-16.15||The Hunt for Patient Zero, Ian Rainsborough, EMEA
Account Director, Guidance Software, Inc.
|Real-time content filtering and SSL inspection, Jim Black, Head of Product Management and Joseph Spadavecchia, Principal Software Engineers, Bloxx Ltd||Forensics and the Law, Eamonn Keane, DI, Police Scotland|
Cybercrime – The US Approach, Michael J. Driscoll, Office of the Legal Attaché, FBI, Embassy of the United States of America
The conference forms part of the EU funded DFET project, which aims to create a virtualised infrastructure for the training of Cyber Security professionals across Europe. The current partnership includes Edinburgh Napier University, Joseph Stefan Institute (JSI), Stockholm University, Police Scotland, and Aconite Internet Solutions. The Cyber Academy has now been created which will take forward the DFET training infrastructure, and which aims to integrate research, innovation and teaching within Cyber Security across Europe.
Last year’s event