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Asia Pacific Chapter: Malware Analysis Through Memory Forensics co-hosting event with SANS
Morgan Stanley, International Commerce Centre
1 Austin Road West
Hong Kong China
Wednesday, June 06, 2018, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM HKT
Category: Chapter Meeting


L46 Boardroom, Morgan Stanley, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon


Nick Klein, certified SANS Instructor

In this workshop, experienced digital forensic investigator and SANS Instructor Nick Klein will present the key techniques for analysing Windows memory dumps to detect the presence and functionality of malware, as taught in the training course SANS FOR508: Advanced Digital Forensics and Incident Response.

Nick Klein is the Director of Klein & Co. Computer Forensics, the leading independent computer forensic team from Sydney, Australia. He has over fifteen years of IT experience, specialising in forensic technology investigations and presenting expert evidence in legal and other proceedings. Nick and his team have been engaged as experts in hundreds of cases including commercial litigation and electronic discovery, criminal prosecution and defence, financial fraud, corruption, employee misconduct, theft of intellectual property, computer hacking and system intrusion.

He was previously a senior director in Deloitte Forensic and a team leader in the High Tech Crime Team of the Australian Federal Police, where he worked on international police investigations and intelligence operations including counter terrorism, online child abuse, computer hacking, and traditional crimes facilitated by new technologies.

Nick has presented expert evidence in civil and criminal matters in Australia and overseas, including providing expert testimony in the Bali bombing trials in Indonesia in 2003. He has appeared before Australian State and Commonwealth Parliamentary Committees and participated in Government working groups on cybercrime issues including the Fraud Taskforce of the Australian Banking Association and the Critical Infrastructure Protection forum of the Australian Commonwealth Government. Nick is a regularly presenter at industry forums and a guest lecturer at several institutions including the School of Law at the University of New South Wales and the Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention, Faculty of Law at the University of Wollongong.

This event is free of charge for members of HTCIA and SANS. However, attendees need to register here for HTCIA and SANS members need to have a SANS portal account to register here. Space is limited and will be allocated on a first-registered basis.

For more information, visit HTCIA Asia here

Contact: Bonnie So, President of HTCIA Asia Pacific at [email protected]