Webinar - Digital Forensics and Incident Response in Japan
The Tokyo Cybersecurity Meetup will be hosting a virtual panel discussion on 28th October at 12:00 JST that will examine the role of digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) within the Japanese cybersecurity landscape from a business and technical perspective.
- David Suzuki, Managing Director, Blackpanda Japan
- Joshua Domagalski, Senior Director, Global SOC, Cybereason
Please see below for their detailed bio.
Topics to be discussed:
- What is DFIR?
- When do organizations need to use DFIR?
- Common tools, techniques and frameworks
- Dealing with obfuscation techniques
- Common DFIR requests in Japan
- DFIR and corporate due diligence
- Handling cross border DFIR cases
- Working with law enforcement agencies
- DFIR training and current talent pool
- DFIR challenges in Japan
The panel discussion will be moderated by Thomas Glucksmann, Co-Host of the Tokyo Cyber Security Meetup.
Following the panel discussion there will be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions directly to the speakers.
Register now from the form below to learn more about Digital Forensics and Incident Response!
New Co-Host of the Tokyo Cyber Security Meet-up Community
Based in Tokyo, Thomas is the founder and CEO of Asia Pacific Security (AsiaPacificSecurity.com), which provides market intelligence and consulting to cybersecurity companies looking to enter and expand across the APAC region.
Prior to founding Asia Pacific Security, Thomas worked as a product manager and consultant, designing blockchain enhanced data integrity and digital identity solutions for major corporations. He decided to focus his career on building cybersecurity solutions after working at two cryptocurrency exchanges that suffered major cyber-heists.
Thomas has spoken at major international technology conferences as a panelist and keynote presenter including Cyberweek (Tel Aviv), Techsauce (Bangkok) and Consensus (New York) and has been interviewed by and featured in global financial and technology media including Bloomberg News, CNBC, Nikkei, SCMP and MIT Technology Review.
Besides his work at Asia Pacific Security, Thomas is also the co-founder of a data security solutions business and is pursuing a MA in Cyber Politics and Government from Tel Aviv University. Originally from the UK, Thomas has lived in France, Singapore, India, China and Japan and speaks six languages fluently. He has a BA in Modern China Studies from the University of Hong Kong. Practices Krav Maga alongside parenting and husbanding.