Thursday, 16 April 2015
Null Singapore Security Meet Up - April
Null Singapore once again continuing its run for the 3rd time on the 14th of April and the crowd gets bigger. In the opening, Imran, the organizer and founder of Null Singapore introduced about Null Singapore, its objectives, history and how to make the meetup better by the day seeking volunteers and creative individual as well as potential speakers to share their knowledge to the community.
I had the privilege to present my assessment experience on SCADA networks as well as sharing my own research on the issues concerning Critical Infrastructure security.
Showing how the SCADA HMI (Human Machine Interface) looks like
Next was Vasily Sidorov, a Russian who spoke about Encrypted Databases in the Cloud.
Followed by Paul Craig from Vantage Point Security who shared his hacking experience from Mobile application findings to social engineering. It was a great talk.
There were also pizzas and drinks sponsored by Thought Works which was different than the previous meetup. With the crowd getting larger by the day, i have a feeling Null Singapore can be improved to be likes of BSides security conferences worldwide.
If you are in Singapore and are interested to join this meetup, feel free to find out more about the monthly event: http://www.meetup.com/Null-Singapore-The-Open-Security-Community/