Japan Security Analyst Conference 2022 (JSAC2022) held on Jan. 27-28 with virtual & onsite talks. This annual cyber security conference hosted by JPCERT/CC, aimed to bring together security analysts and provide opportunities for them to share technical knowledge related to incident response and analysis.
TeamT5's cybersecurity researcher Leon works with Japan analysts Yusuke Niwa(from ITOCHU Corporation) & Suguru Ishimaru(from Kaspersky Lab) on cyberattack analysis. They presented a joint speech on the topic of "LuoYu: Continuous Espionage Activities Targeting Japan with the new version of WinDealer in 2021".
In the presentation, they shared case studies with examples of incidents related to Japan and provided an update of the LuoYu group, a deep analysis of WinDealer. Also they told Japanese companies that they need to be aware of these kinds of threats and take countermeasures against this campaign.
The slides of the speech can be downloaded on the official website.
Cyber attacks occur on a daily basis, and its techniques have been constantly changing. Engineers who analyze and respond to them are required to improve their skills to keep up with the ever-changing techniques of cyber attacks. However, there are few occasions in Japan where techniques and knowledge of incident analysis and response are shared among engineers. Security analysts are expected to get together and exchange their technical expertise on incident handling to develop their strength against cyber attacks both individually and as a whole.
To achieve this goal, JPCERT/CC hosts Japan Security Analyst Conference (JSAC), the annual conference for exchanging technical information on cyber security incident analysis and response. In this conference, security analysts who handle security incidents on a daily basis are encouraged to share information with each other to deal with ever-evolving cyber attacks today and in the future.
More information on JSAC2022 event website.
*Image courtesy of JSAC2022
Japan Security Analyst Conference 2021
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