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Here is the program for the 2018 Cyber Forensics and Security International Conference:

2018 Cyber Forensic and Security International Conference
August 21-23, 2018
Nuku’alofa, Kingdom of Tonga
Program

 Tuesday 21 August, 2018

8.00 – 9.30 p.m.

Reception & Greetings

Conference Hotel

7.00 – 8.00 p.m.

Registration Desk

Conference Hotel

 Wednesday 22 August, 2018

8.00 -9.00 a.m.

Registration & Coffee

CUP Café Level 1

8.45-9.15 a.m.

Welcome

CUP Chapel

9.15-10.15 a.m.

Keynote: Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Kingdom of Tonga
“Tonga’s Cyber Security Preparation”

CUP Chapel
Level 1

10.15-10.30 a.m.
Morning tea

10.30-12noon

“Cyber Security Vulnerabilities in Tonga”
Siuta Laulaupea'alu & Te Taka Keegan

University of Waikato

“Towards a Method for Detecting Botnet Code on IoT Devices”


Ashley Woodiss-Field and Michael N Johnstone,
Security Research Institute, WA, Australia

“Securely Implementing E-Government Vision and Strategy in a Developing Country”

Paula R Lutui, George Maeakafa, Christ’s University in Pacific

“Review of the CROP ICT Working Group and Pacific Cybersecurity Development”


Ian Thompson, University South Pacific, Fiji

 

CUP Seminar Rooms
Levels 2 and 3

12-1pm
Lunch

1.00-2.00pm

Keynote: Dr Stephen Thorpe
“Security Issues for E-Government”

CUP Chapel
Level 1

2.00-3.00pm

“Management Fraud: Prevention, Detection and Response”

Tauaho Ahokovi, Christ’s University in Pacific

“Privacy and the Internet: the Need for Legislation and Policy across the South Pacific”

Guy Charlton, AUT University, Timothy Fadgen, University of Auckland

“Hop Count ICMP Traceback Method Simulation & Evaluation”

Zhuang Tian, AUT University

“The Impact of Augmented Reality on Digital Evidence Collection”

Kaushik Sundararajan,
AUT University

CUP Seminar Rooms
Levels 2 and 3

3.00 -3.30pm
Afternoon tea

3.30- 5.00

Technical Workshop – Jung Son
“Windows Artefact Extraction”

CUP Seminar Rooms
Levels 2 and 3

6.00-10.00pm
Conference Dinner
Likualofa Beach Resort

Thursday 23 August, 2018

8.00 -9.00 a.m.

Registration & Coffee

CUP Café Level 1

8.45-9.15 a.m.

Welcome

CUP Chapel
Level 1

9.15-10.15 a.m.

Keynote: Professor Andy Jones
“Cyber Maritime Security and Safety”

CUP Chapel
Level 1

10.15-10.30 a.m.
Morning tea

10.30-12noon

“Security Visualization Intelligence Model for Law Enforcement Investigations

Jeffery Garae, Ryan K. L. Ko, Mark Apperley, Silvino J. Schlickmann*”,
The University of Waikato and Interpol*

“Authentication and Access Control for Health Information Exchange in PNG using Blockchain Technology”

Alan T Litchfield, Dean Foy, and Raymond Lutui, Daltron PNG Ltd

“An Analysis of Wireless Security Vulnerabilities in Nuku’alofa: Wardriving Study”

Osai Tete’imoana and Raymond Lutui, Christ University in Pacific

“A Model to Facilitate Collaborative Digital Forensic Investigations for Law Enforcement: The Royal Oman Police as a Case Study”

Younis Al Husaini, Haider Al-Khateeb*, Matthew Warren, Lei Pan, Deakin University and University of Wolverhampton*

CUP Seminar Rooms
Levels 2 and 3

12-1pm
Lunch

1.00-2.00pm

Keynote: Jung Son
“Recovering Windows Artefacts”

CUP Chapel
Level 1

2.00-3.00pm

“Data Security Assessment for Organisations in Tonga”

Siuta Laulaupea'alu & Te Taka Keegan, University of Waikato

“Comparing Mobile Phone Forensic Tool Performances”

Stephanie Brennadiva, AUT University

“Protecting the Rights of the Producer of the IoT Data and Assuring Privacy of Ownership”

Reza Khaleghparast, Nelson Polytechnic University

“A Methodology for Selecting Security Controls to Assure Business System Value Realization”

Maher Al- Khazrajy, UNITEC University

CUP Seminar Rooms
Levels 2 and 3

3.00-3.30pm
Afternoon tea

3.30- 5pm

“The Role of Digital Forensic Laboratory Manager”

Tupou Bryce, Christ’s University in Pacific

“Penetration Plan for Critical Infrastructure Protection”

Amr Mahmoud, AUT University

“Developing Secure Networks for IoT Communications”

Bryce Antony, AUT University

Keynote Panel Discussion
“The Economic Value of Secure Systems”

4-5pm

 

CUP Seminar Rooms
Levels 2 and 3

 

 

 

CUP Chapel
Level 1

5.00-6.30pm
Prize Giving, Light Dinner

7.30pm
Exit for Airport

 

The 2018 CFSIC Program can also be downloaded here: