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[RSA Conference 2020 APJ] Paula’s session on Forensic Techniques against Hackers

Paula Januszkiewicz held an intense session today (July 17that the RSA Conference 2020 the Asia Pacific and Japan. What an excellent event! 

This year’s edition was unique, as for the first time the event took place completely online. That was a challenge for everyone, however – we treat it as a new learning opportunity! 

But one thing is for sure, the whole world is going online, and the pandemic has just helped speed up the process of digitalization. So, being a part of the RSA Virtual Learning Experience, makes us proud and happy! 

Take a look at the description of Paula’s session and find the slides & tools she presented below.  A huge dose of practical knowledge is guaranteed. 

Explore Adventures in the Underland: Forensic Techniques against Hackers by Paula Januszkiewicz 

Sometimes hackers get caught, but most of the time they run free.  

When it comes to OS, it’s not that bad as all traces are gathered in one place. By using forensic techniques, it is possible to gather evidence in order to show what actually happened.  

During this super intense session, Paula demonstrated techniques used to hide traces as well as forensic techniques.  

It was an extremely technical session! 

The presented tools are available HERE (Login: student, Password: CQUREAcademy#123!)

And Paula’s presentation slides can be found HERE. 

About this year’s RSA APJ Conference 

Connecting with your peers to discuss the latest cybersecurity information is vital to confronting cyber threats—now more than ever. That’s why the RSA Conference 2020 Asia Pacific & Japan was offered as a free virtual learning experience.

From 15–17 July, during Singapore business hours, you had access to dozens of timely and relevant sessions covering regional and global cybersecurity issues, networking opportunities, interactive programs, and morehttps://www.rsaconference.com/apj 

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