Amrita Center for Cybersecurity Systems & Networks at Amritapuri Campus is organizing a two - day Workshop on Information Security from February 9-10, 2015. The workshop will be handled by Joerg Simon, Head of Audit Service and Security at HIC AG, caters to all types of security professionals, from a Security Tester to an Information Security Officer, all alike.
The goal of the workshop is to educate security professionals on how IT-security is implemented and compliance tested in enterprises.
The topics to be discussed in this workshop include the following:
- State of Security Test Compliance in the Enterprise
- ISO and why it does not work for Security Tests & Research
- Compliance - Killer - an Intro to alternate, new Methods and Standards
- Exercises to compare methods and to think out of the box
- Fedora Security Lab (FSL) as a Security Test Platform
- The Open Source Security Test Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)
- The Risk Assessment Values
- OSSTMM Risk Assessment Value vs Thread Modeling
- Deep Dive + Analysis according to the OSSTMM RAV
- Hacking Trust
- Trust - Analysis and Trust - Verification
- Introduction to Open Dynamic Efficiency Evaluation Methodology as a Method and Metric to calculate the financial value/ risk of a project or any activity where financial risks is involved.
Joerg Simon, Head of Audit Service and Security, HIC AG
He is an active contributor to various Open Source Projects. You can see results of his work as a ISECOM team-member, where he created the OSSTMM-Lab as a platform for teaching security - and within the Fedora-Project, where he works on Security Test Applications like sniff unicornscan or others. He maintains the official Fedora-Security-Spin and left his traces as the former FAmSCo Chair and a member of the Fedora Board. He is in charge at HIC AG on Audit-Services, Research and Development.