Register now for the Network and Information Security Workshop, Singapore

By on 26 May 2022

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APNIC trainers are pleased to be heading to Singapore to host a three-day face-to-face Network and Information Security Workshop from 31 May to 02 June 2022, at the Orchard Rendezvous Hotel, Singapore.

Presented by APNIC Academy trainers Shane Hermoso and Warren Finch, this workshop will be delivered ahead of APNIC’s annual conference, APNIC 54, which will be held as a hybrid event in Singapore in September. 

What you’ll learn at the workshop 

Security is a broad topic that affects many aspects relating to end users, applications, and infrastructure. The workshop will cover network infrastructure security with a focus on establishing robust and stable networks with secure routing. The objective is to examine key concepts, protocols, policies, and practices to protect data and assets from potential attacks or abuse. The workshop will also focus on security operations and frameworks, while examining common security incidents/breaches and discuss countermeasures and mitigation tools.

Topics covered will include:

  • Network security overview 
  • Packet analysis 
  • Infrastructure security 
  • Routing security & RPKI 
  • IPv6 security 
  • Security operations and monitoring 
  • Security frameworks and incident response 
  • Penetration testing 

Join us in Singapore 

Registration is now open. Please ensure you read the APNIC COVID-19 In-person Event Attendance Policy before registering. 

Registration fees are AUD 120 for APNIC  Members and AUD 240 for Non-Members. Catering is included for the workshop.  More information on APNIC Academy fees and terms is available .

We look forward to seeing you in Singapore.

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