2012 Speakers Included:

 

Robert Coderre
Verisign
Managing Director
of Solution Engineering
[view bio]
 
Ricci Leong
eWalker Consulting LTD
Principal Consultant
 
Martin Westman
Micro Systemation
Product Specialist
[view bio]
         
Julian HO
ThinkSECURE Pte Ltd
Head of Operations
[view bio]
 
Mark Goudie
Verizon
Managing Principal
[view bio]
 
Zoran Iliev
ISFCE

         
Frankie Li
VXRL
[view bio]
 
Ryan R. Kubasiak
New York State Police
Investigator
[view bio]
 
Steve Santorelli
Team CYMRU, U.S.A.
Director of Global Outreach
[view bio]
         
Phillip A Russo
CIA Solutions
IT Forensic Professional
[view bio]
 
W, Kenneth Warren
AccessData Corporation
Director of Training
[view bio]
 
Yuri Gubanov
Belkasoft
Computer Forensics Expert
[view bio]
         
Frank Coggrave
Guidance Software
EMEA & APAC - Vice President
[view bio]
 
Alan Chung
VXRL
Security Researcher
[view bio]
 
Kelvin Wong
VXRL
Security Researcher
[view bio]
         
Anthony Lai
VXRL
Founder & Security Researcher
[view bio]
 
Tony Miu
Nexusguard
Senior Researcher
[view bio]
 

Kate Chan
Kroll Ontrack
Director

         
Frank Butler
Guidance Software
EnCE Director
[view bio]
 
David Graham
Nuix
Project Manager
[view bio]
 
Frank Law
HTCIA
President
[view bio]
         
Lawrence Wong
Hong Kong Police
Senior Superintendent
[view bio]
       
         

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Robert Coderre
Managing Director of Verisign NIA Global Solution Engineering

Rob serves as Verisign’s Managing Director of Solution Engineering for the Network Intelligence and Availability Division. His responsibilities include product evangelization, the design of customer facing intelligence and availability solutions and coordination of customer technical requirements.

Over the course of his 12+ year career at Verisign, Rob has served in various roles including consulting, channel development and product management for emerging technical markets. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and is an active CISSP and member of ISSA.

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Martin Westman
Micro Systemation

Martin has experience within the mobile device field since 1994. This includes 5 years working as the R&D product manager for mobile devices within CASIO, Epson Ltd and other hardware manufacturers.

Since 2007 Martin has worked as a Product Specialist at Micro Systemation in Sweden as well as a Certified Trainer for Micro Systemation’s XRY Logical, XRY Physical and iPhone forensics courses world-wide. In his role as Product Specialist, he is one of the crucial links between the development department and the end-users, gathering and collecting requests for future improvements to MSAB’s products and also understanding local requirements in different countries. Martin has a vast history of holding speeches and workshops with customers and organizations, mostly outside Europe, but he always seems to end up back in his favorite place - Hong Kong

HTCIA, F3, DC3, Mobile Forensics World, Techno Forensics and Crimes Against Children Conference are a few samples of where his previous workshops have been highly attended and appreciated.

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Julian Ho
OSSA, OSWA, OSWAP, OPST, CISSP, SISP, MAISP, CCNA, A+

Head of Operations at ThinkSECURE Pte Ltd, Julian was previously responsible for security management of the public data network infrastructure at StarHub Ltd, a Singapore-based telco, and also for design, implementation and maintenance of security operations for AsiaPac's largest hotspot deployments in 2002: StarHub's Wireless Hotzones in Suntec International Convention & Exhibition Centre and Changi International Airport Terminals 1 & 2, totaling 100+ enterprise/carrier-class access points, routers, switches, SSGs and servers.

At ThinkSECURE Pte Ltd, Julian has developed and released the award-winning OSWA-Assistant™ (oswa-assistant.org), a specialized wireless auditing toolkit which assists IT professionals and organizations in testing and securing their WiFi , Bluetooth and RFID wireless deployments, which was showcased by the Wall-of-Sheep group at DEFCON in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

A co-author of the 3rd Edition of the book “Hacking Exposed Linux”, published by McGraw-Hill, Julian was also the co-designer and GameMaster of the following IT-security tournaments :

● BlackOPS:HackAttack IT-security tournament (blackops.securitystartshere.org) held in Singapore in 2004;

● AIRRAID (airraid.securitystartshere.org), Asia’s first-ever true wireless hacking tournament, held in Singapore in 2005;

● AIRRAID2 (airraid2.securitystartshere.org), Thailand's first-ever public security tournament in 2008;

● AIRRAID3 (airraid3.securitystartshere.org) in conjunction with Singapore Polytechnic in 2010; and

● the “Singapore Cyber Conquest - AIRRAID Edition” tournament at MHA's Governmentware 2011 conference.

● the IT-security competition at DSTA's inaugural “Cyber Defenders Discovery Camp” event in 2012.

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Frankie Li
VXRL

Frankie Li is currently CFO of a private business entity and has been actively providing advices in financial arrangements and fraud investigation for the past 25 years. He is an independent researcher specializing in computer forensics, malware analysis and exploits. He is also a part-time lecturer of Digital Forensics classes offered by HKU SPACE.

He is the holder of CISSP and GIAC Reverse Engineering Malware(GREM). Frankie has conducted trainings in many parts of Asia, notably in Hong Kong and Mainland China.

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Investigator Ryan R. Kubasiak
New York State Police

Investigator Ryan R. Kubasiak is a 14 year veteran of the New York State Police and is currently assigned to the Computer Crime Unit Forensic Laboratory. In his capacity as a forensic examiner of digital evidence, Investigator Kubasiak is tasked with crimes involving desktop computers, laptop computers, small and large capacity storage media, and network intrusions of servers and storage area networks. Investigator Kubasiak previously worked for the State University of New York at Buffalo as a Local Area Network administrator before taking his law enforcement position. Investigator Kubasiak has been published as a lead author in Macintosh digital forensics and also is the web administrator of the website "AppleExaminer.com". Most recently Ryan has been supporting BlackBag Technologies as a Contract Instructor.

Investigator Kubasiak currently holds a degree or certification in the following notable areas:

• Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
• GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst, Certified Computer Examiner, Certified Electronic Evidence Collection Specialist
• Apple Certified Technical Coordinator, Apple Certified Support Specialist
• Access Data Certified Examiner
• Encase Certified Examiner, Encase Advance Field Investigation ModelForensics

In addition, Investigator Kubasiak maintains associations internationally with the following well respected organizations:

• High Tech Crime Investigators Association
• High Tech Crime Consortium
• Apple Developer Connection and Apple Seeding Program

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Steve Santorelli
Director of Global Outreach, Team CYMRU, U.S.A.

Steve Santorelli became a police officer in 1994, working in London, UK. He worked his way up through various detective grades and branches until he joined Scotland Yards Computer Crime Unit in 2000.

During the following 5 years he specialized in malware and botnet cases and reached the rank of Detective Sergeant. Steve received severral awards and commendations from various international law enforcement agencies and judges. He was also an associate instructor for the CISSP certification.

Steve then left law enforcement to join the Microsoft Internet Crimes Investigation Team, based in Redmond, USA. He spent the next 2 years investigating botnet cases which were then referred out to law enforcement officers around the world for further work and arrests.

During this time he also developed the International Botnet Task Force, a unique group of industry and law enforcement from 35 countries, dedicated to working together to combat botnets and ruin the lives of botherders. He was also the lead investigator on the Zotob case.

Steve left Microsoft in 2007 to join Team Cymru, a small group of researchers who work to discover who is behind internet crime and why they carry out their activities. Still actively involved in investigations, he is also the Director of Global Outreach, enabling him to use Team Cymru’s unique position and insight to improve lives around the world.

You can read more about him in a magazine article at: https://bitly.com/gocG9p

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W, Kenneth Warren
Director of Training, AccessData Corporation

Ken has been an instructor with AccessData Corporation since 2004. He currently serves as the Director of Forensics Training. In that capacity, he develops forensic and decryption training solutions for Local, State, Federal and International law enforcement agencies as well as worldwide corporate entities involved in the prevention, investigation and prosecution of high-technology crime. While providing technology instruction around the globe, Ken oversees the training division staff and coordinates curriculum development.

Prior to employment with AccessData, Ken served 16 years in law enforcement as a Police Officer and Detective for the Greeley Police Department and Deputy for Larimer County Sheriff’s Department in Colorado. Ken’s experiences include service in SWAT, Homicide, Financial and Complex Crime and Major Crime Scene Investigation. In 1997, Ken began training in the investigation and examination of computer related crime.

In 1999, Ken designed and implemented the Computer Crimes Section at The Greeley Police Department and the Digital Evidence Section at the Greeley/Weld County Forensic Laboratory. Working both as an investigator and examiner on hundreds of cases, Ken was also responsible for the creation of department policy and training regarding the collection of computer related evidence and the investigation of computer and Internet related crime.

Ken’s professional affiliations include the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS), The High Tech Crime Consortium (HTCC), High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and the Colorado Association of Computer Crime Investigators (CACCI) where he served as Secretary and President.

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Yuri Gubanov
Belkasoft, Computer Forensics Expert

Yuri Gubanov is a renowned computer forensics expert. He is a frequent speaker at industry-known conferences such as EuroForensics, CEIC, FT-Day, ICDDF, TechnoForensics and others.

Yuri is the Founder and CEO of Belkasoft. Besides, Yuri is an author of
f-interviews.com, a blog where he takes interviews with key persons in digital forensics and security domain.

You can reach Yuri Gubanov at yug@belkasoft.com

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Frank Coggrave
Vice President – EMEA & APAC – Guidance Software

Frank has more than 20 years experience in managing high-tech business development operations throughout Europe with emphasis on creating and reviving markets and building channel partnerships. Frank is Vice-President – EMEA & APAC for Guidance Software and has a long history in leading customer relationship and sales initiatives for mid-size and Fortune 500 companies.

Prior to Guidance Software, Frank was Vice-President of EMEA and General Manager for NComputing , where he took on the task of revitalizing customer programs and EMEA operations, that ultimately drove a significant sales increase. Frank has held leadership roles at Telelogic, Continuus Software, Jacada, Texas Instruments and Websense. He holds a BSc in computer science from Brunel University.

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Kelvin Wong
Security Researcher, VXRL

He has over 10 years experience in digital forensics examination and handled many various criminal cases related to Hacking, DDoS; network intrusion and cyber-crime. He is the author of 'Facebook Forensics 2011' and the guest speaker in Defcon 20, AVTokyo and HTCIA conferences.

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Alan Chung
Security Researcher, VXRL

Alan has more than 8 years working experience on Network Security. He currently is working as a Security Consultant for a Professional Service provider. Alan specializes in Firewall, IDS/IPS, network analysis, pen-test, etc. Alan’s research interests are Honeypots, Computer Forensics, Telecommunication etc.

He has spoken at DEFCON 20 with topic DDoS Black and White Kungfu Revealed (DEF CON 20).

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Kelvin Wong
Security Researcher, VXRL

He has over 10 years experience in digital forensics examination and handled many various criminal cases related to Hacking, DDoS; network intrusion and cyber-crime. He is the author of 'Facebook Forensics 2011' and the guest speaker in Defcon 20, AVTokyo and HTCIA conferences.

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Anthony Lai
Founder and Security Researcher, VXRL

Anthony focuses on reverse engineering, malware analysis as well as penetration testing. His interest is always falling on CTF and analyzsng targeted attacks and intrusion.

He has spoken in Black Hat USA 2010, DEF CON 18, 19 and 20, AVTokyo 2011, Hack In Taiwan 2010 and 2011 and Codegate 2012. His most recent presentation at DEF CON was about APT Secrets in Asia and DDoS Black and White Kungfu.

Anthony is certified as SANS GREM (Gold paper), GCFA and GWAPT.

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Tony Miu
Senior Researcher, Nexusguard

As one of the pioneers of Nexusguard - who specializes in offering premium anti-ddos mitigation services to high-profile, web-mission critical businesses - Tony "MT" Miu has been at the forefront of the ddos battlefield - monitoring, identifying, mitigating and pre-empting attackers' every move. Over the past years, MT has garnered invaluable experiences and secrets of the trade which has contributed to his successful roles as a leader in VXRL DDoS kungfu and defense model initiatives.

He has spoken at DEFCON 20 with topic DDoS Black and White Kungfu Revealed (DEF CON 20).

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David Graham
Project Manager, Nuix

Nuix Bio

Nuix is a worldwide provider of information management technologies, including eDiscovery, electronic investigation and information governance software. Nuix’s powerful, intuitive technology makes it possible to search, investigate and actively manage unstructured data sets of any size or complexity. This enables organizations to respond quickly and effectively to litigation or regulatory action, mitigate risks, reduce costs and extract value. Nuix customers include the world’s leading advisory firms, litigation support providers, enterprises, government departments, law enforcement agencies, and the world’s major corporate regulatory bodies.

David Graham Bio

David has over 10 years’ experience working for some of the UK’s largest law firms as well as litigation support vendors. Working as a technical solution provider and as a project manager has given David a great insight into strategy for rapid early case assessment, as well as planning and executing large eDiscovery document reviews. Since joining Nuix, David has worked a dual role as a solutions consultant, providing assistance to law enforcement agencies, consultancy firms, Law firms as well as corporate clients. David is also responsible for all Nuix technical training across Asia-Pac, providing hands on training in collection, indexing, culling, searching and rapid review for large multi-terabyte projects.

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Andrew J. Dale
Commercial Litigation

Mr. Andrew Dale, a partner in Orrick's Hong Kong office, is a member of the Litigation Group. He concentrates his practice on complex contentious matters including commercial litigation, corporate investigations and international arbitration. Recent experience includes the following matters.

Commercial Litigation

- Acting for a Hong Kong-listed manufacturer in a high profile dispute relating to the alleged use of confidential information and conspiracy to injure the client's business.

- Assisting a European bank relating to an alleged fraud perpetrated in Asia.

- Represented a Taiwanese client in the Court of Final Appeal applying to challenge jurisdiction of the Hong Kong court in several cases involving major claims relating to breach of fiduciary duty and constructive trust.

- Advised a major Hong Kong technology conglomerate on an application for a letter of request for the disclosure of documents by a bank to assist in pursuing a US$700 million breach of contract/fraud claim in the California courts.

For more information, please visit
http://www.orrick.com/lawyers/Bio.asp?ID=200587

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Frank Butler
EnCE Director Authorised Training Partner Operations (Asia)

Frank Butler worked in law enforcement for 26 years, focusing on computer forensic investigations since 1984. He is a former Detective Sergeant of the Merseyside Police Force, Liverpool, England. Frank is the holder of the UK Police Long Service and Good Conduct medal.

During his CID career Butler benefited from extended postings to the Commercial Fraud Squad and the Asset Tracing and Money Laundering Units. During this latter posting he was a founding member of the North West Regional Fraud Watch and Response Group, a project sponsored and supported by the Association of British Insurers, the Regional office of the UK Audit Commission and Liverpool John Moores University, White Collar Crime Unit. The last 6 years of his service was spent as the officer in charge of the Computer Investigation Unit. Butler was also an instructor for the UK National Course on Computer Related Crimes at the United Kingdom Police Staff College, Bramshill. Butler was co-author of the UK. Association of Chief Police Officers, Good Practice Guide for Computer Evidence and he has spoken worldwide on the subject of computer forensics in many environments.He spent an extended attachment as the press liaison officer for the Merseyside Police.

Butler was the manager of the Merseyside Police Computer Investigation Unit for over 6 years. During this time he was involved in many UK cybercrime cases, notably he was an arresting interviewing officer of Karl Austin Strickland during the International Operation “Killern”. Strickland, (the UNIX/LINUX hacker, known as Gandalf), was the first hacker in the UK to receive a custodial sentence for cybercrime offences. Since 2001 Frank has worked for Guidance Software and now works in the training Division with responsibility for Authorised Partner Training for Asia Pacific. Previously he worked in the Washington DC office, and has also been Director of Training for Europe. Frank’s role involves him in devising and developing training opportunities for Guidance both in established filelds and in many developing Nations. Having devised the strategies Frank will often be involved in delivering them. Frank has conducted trainings in many parts of the world, notably South East Asia and is involved in ongoing work to expand the Guidance training delivery area.

Certifications:

• EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE), Guidance Software Inc., since 2001

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Mark Goudie
Managing Principal, Asia-Pacific – Investigative Response Verizon

Mark Goudie is Verizon’s Managing Principal for Investigative Response and brings more than 20 years experience in IT to this role. He specialises in computer forensics and incident response, and has held this role since 2007. Goudie has led many high profile computer forensics investigations within Australia, New Zealand, United States, Japan, Singapore, India and other countries around the world.

During 2006, Goudie worked for the security specialist organisation Cybertrust, which was acquired by Verizon in July 2007. During this period, he worked as security architect, information security manager and IT manager, in payment card, banking, retail, health services, charity, telecommunications and mining industries.

Prior to joining Verizon, between 2001 and 2006, Goudie worked for Sensis, an advertising and information services provider. In this role, he was responsible for Information Security Architecture and Operations. Key projects were the acquisition and integration of companies, Sarbanes Oxley Compliance, and development of an identity management roadmap and strategy for the Sensis online network.

Goudie has a bachelor of business degree, majoring in IT, from Victoria University of Technology, Melbourne. He is a Payment Card Industry Qualified Security Assessor, and has a number of industry qualifications.

Goudie is a joint author of the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. This report has become the information security industry standard for the analysis of data breaches and cyber crime. Goudie has also been published in a number of journals and periodicals including The Australian Financial Review, ZD Net, Network Asia, IT Wire, Computer Reseller News, The Australian, and various APAC regional publications.

He has presented at many conferences and industry events including: OWASP AppSec, AusCERT, Ruxcon, ISACA, INTERPOL Information Security Conference, and guest lecturer at Charles Sturt University.

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Phillip Russo
CIA Solutions, IT Forensic Professional

Phillip Russo is the national Director of PPB Advisory’s IT Forensics practice and has over 27 years of practical, corporate, financial and police investigative experience.

Phillip is internationally recognised for his digital forensic investigation expertise. He’s advised many Australian and international enforcement agencies and delivered Certified Digital Forensic training – including Scotland Yard, Australian High Tech Crime Centre and the Hong Kong Police Computer Crime Squad.

Phillip was also instrumental in establishing an internal IT Forensics capability for Bankwest – one of the first initiatives of its kind in Australia.

Phillip has also presented expert evidence in both State and Federal courts.

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Frank Law
HTCIA, President

Dr. Frank Law has been involved in cyber crime related policing since 2001. Frank is now the head of computer forensics for the Technology Crime Division, in charge of three teams concerning the areas of digital investigation and digital evidence retrieval. Outside of the Hong Kong Police, he is currently the President of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) Asia Pacic Chapter. Frank has been responsible for facilitating IT crime investigation and computer forensics training programs on behalf of the Interpol Expert Group on IT Crime (Asia and South Pacic), and has led regional training programs in Korea, Japan, Australia, Thailand and Fiji. In 2009, he has been awarded with the "Information Security Leadership Award" by (ISC)2 in recognition of his outstanding leadership and achievements in workforce improvement of information security professionals in the Asia-Pacic region.

Frank is a CISSP and holds a PhD in Computer Science. He is also one of the key members of the Computer Forensics Research Group and a part-time lecturer of the University of Hong Kong. His research interests include live systems forensics, digital forensics and digital timestamp analysis.

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Lawrence Wong
Hong Kong Police, Senior Superintendent

• Mr. Wong joined the Hong Kong Police as an Inspector in 1987 and was promoted to his current rank in 2010.

• Since his promotion, he has been in charge of the Liaison Bureau overseeing the liaison, investigation and cooperation work with the Mainland and overseas law enforcement agencies.

• Throughout his police career, Mr. Wong had served in various investigative formations, including the Organized Crime and Triad Bureau, and Commercial Crime Bureau in areas of cyber crime as well as fraud.

• He is also currently the Head of INTERPOL Hong Kong, China dealing with INTERPOL business as a Sub-bureau of the National Central Bureau, China.

• Mr. Wong was seconded to INTERPOL headquarters in Lyon France between June 2008 and June 2010 in charge of the Drugs and Criminal Organizations Sub-directorate responsible for projects including Investigation Capacity Building in Africa, Asian Organized Crime and Maritime Piracy etc.

• He holds a Bachelor Degree in Commerce and has undergone a number of overseas training/educational programmes, such as the National Studies Course at Peking University.

• Mr. Wong is married with one daughter and one son.

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