LOS ANGELES and BANGKOK — Feb. 19, 2018 — Resecurity today announced plans for its participation in the Cyber Intelligence Asia 2019 conference and exhibition, being held Feb. 27-28, 2019, in Bangkok. Resecurity is a platinum and badge sponsor of the event as well as host of the opening day evening reception.
Cyber has become the fifth domain of warfare, after land, sea, air and space. The appearance of new threats and security challenges requires effective tools for their timely identification and in-depth analysis. Without proper contextualization, intelligence is completely useless.
Khairul Hakimin, Resecurity general manager (Malaysia/APAC), will present a session on “Data Science in Cyberthreat Intelligence,” in which he will discuss the importance of threat intelligence to combat cybercrime, cyberespionage groups, and nation-state actors.
The presentation will cover the vital role of data science in cyberthreat intelligence tasks and its applied use by cybersecurity engineers, intelligence officers, investigators and C-level security executives. Highlights include:
- Data science on the key stages of the Intelligence Cycle (planning, collection, processing, analysis, dissemination).
- Quantity vs. quality – Extracting the meaning of data through contextualization (geography, timing, adversary patterns, behaviors and other factors which may enrich data).
- Indexing of dark web data (sources evaluation, reliability analysis, entities extraction, tagging, links analysis, and morphology analysis).
- How enterprises, national security agencies and law enforcement may apply data science in CTI as well as successful use cases.
What: Resecurity presentation: “Data Science in Cyberthreat Intelligence”
Who: Khairul Hakimin, General Manager (Malaysia/APAC), Resecurity
When: Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 27 and 28; 9:40 a.m.
Cyber Intelligence Asia is now entering its seventh year. The event brings together leading cybersecurity officials from across Asia-Pacific to present case studies of recent cybercrimes they have faced and how they responded. As well as focusing on cybercrimes faced in the region, there will also be discussions based on national cybersecurity strategies and policies, international cooperation, cyber laws and regulations, and threat intelligence.