Scientific program

Nov 16-17, 2022    Dubai, UAE

2nd International Conference on

Cyber Security Ethical Hacking

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Keynote Forum

Rakhi Agarwal

Rakhi Agarwal

Associate Professor at National Forensic Sciences University, Gandhinagar Ahmedabad India

Title: Nation States, Gangsters and Cyber Criminals- A view of the aftermath using digital Forensics

Abstract:

Dr. Agarwal is actively involved in consultancy services for insurance sectors and pharmaceutical industries as expert. She is also associated with many public and private bodies as subject matter expert for setting up of question papers in the field of forensic science. She is a member of Academic Council, GFSU and also holds other administrative positions in various committees at GFSU. Dr. Agarwal is a Life member of various professional bodies in India and Full Member of Society of Toxicology (SOT), USA. She has served as Executive Member for Society of Toxicology, India from 2012-18. In January 2020, she has been selected as Associate Member- Toxicology Section, American Association of Forensic Science, USA.

Biography:

Dr. Rakhi Agarwal is serving at Gujarat Forensic Sciences University since its inception i.e. July 2009, joined as Assistant Professor. She is having more than 16 year’s professional experience including 11 years academic experience. She has completed M.Sc. in Forensic Science from the Agra University (2003) and awarded with Ph.D. in Toxicology jointly from the CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow and Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi in 2008. Dr. Agarwal has received many prestigious Awards, Honors and Fellowships viz. UGC-JRF, SFR, CSIR-RA. Dr. Agarwal has delivered talk in many national, international conferences and served as Resource Person in DST-Inspire and FDP Activities. She has to her credit 24 publications in peer reviewed international/national journals, one Patent and two Articles. The total citation of her research work is 533 with h-index 9 (https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?hl=en&user=3fm9MfMAAAAJ). In the span of 11 years academic career, her 02 Fellows have been awarded with PhD Degree, 01 has submitted PhD Thesis and currently, 03 Research Fellows are working for the award of Ph.D. degree. Further, she has guided more than 80 Dissertation fellows from India and Overseas countries. She is serving as Resource Person in Forensic Toxicology Field and imparting training to Judges, Public Prosecutors, Police Officers and Forensic Experts across the Globe.

Idris Mohammed

Idris Mohammed

Sharjah Police Forensic Science Laboratory UAE

Title: An Invitation. The opportunities of modern mobile forensics.

Abstract:

Expertise on sophisticated analytical instruments like LCMSMS, GCMSMS, GCMS etc. Area of research mostly focused on developments of new methods for the extraction of drugs of abuse and poisons by using solid phase extraction (SPE) and detection by LCMSMS, GCMSMS and GCMS in biological samples of forensic interest.

Biography:

Forensic Toxicologist with more than 8 years laboratory experience. He completed his Master in Forensic Science (2007) and Ph.D (2013) in Analytical Chemistry from Osmania University, India. He carried out his doctorate research work in Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Hyderabad, India. He joined Sharjah Police Forensic Laboratory as Forensic Toxicology Expert in the year 2014. He is also the member of European Workplace Drug Testing Society. He has several research publications in national and international journal of repute. Giving experts testimony in court of law as Forensic Toxicology experts.

Marina Baldi

Marina Baldi

Sapienza University di Roma Italy

Title: Incident Response of Combat Terrorism.

Abstract:

Ufficio o di parte in moltissime cause per accertamento o disconoscimento di paternita, ed in ambito penale, con analisi del DNA da tracce biologiche, analisi della scena del crimine e di fascicoli processuali per evidenziare piste investigative utili alla risoluzione dei casi. lattivita professionale e svolta presso il Laboratorio Genoma, azienda leader a livello internazionale per le analisi genetiche, sita in Roma, dove la Dr.ssa Baldi riceve per appuntamento.

Biography:

Graduated in biological sciences, specialist in medical genetics, forensic geneticist, master in criminology and forensic sciences. Professor of medical genetics at the nursing faculty of Tor Vergata and forensic genetics at the faculty of legal sciences, telematic university E-Campus. Lab Director of the Eurofins Genoma Group Laboratory in Rome, author of more than 100 publications in national and international journals.

Title: Monitoring Cryptocurrencies exchanges to trace Cybercrime activities

Divya Singh

Divya Singh

Birla Institute of Technology Science, Pilani- Dubai Campus Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Title: Digital Forensics & Incident Response (DFIR)

Abstract:

The digital forensic investigation needs to be carried out thoughtfully to avoid that potential legal evidence is irreversibly destroyed or will be rejected in court. IT forensic analyses may be very complex and depend on expert know-how, as well as specialized soft- and hardware, in order to be able to meet legal requirements.

Examples of incidents that may trigger IT forensic investigations are: Malware infection, hacker attacks, data theft, data leakage, fraud, mobbing, intentional deletion of data, possession and provision of digital media with illegal content, etc.

Biography:

Divya Singh, Certified Ethical Hacker |CEH, Identified the Phishing and Malware Attacks,

She is working as a cybersecurity analyst, She is an author and public speaker, and a member of the SmartCyber ISO standards committee. Divya is also a committee member of the Knowledge Management group of the North Cybersecurity addressing the role of AI and emergent technologies in IT security.

 Identify controls to ensure compliance with Information Security Policies and Standards and balancing security initiatives to external risks also Provide Consultancy on business requirements, evaluate potential products/services.