What's Lurking In Your Home Network — by Christopher Lek
Updated: Jun 19
#IICSG2018 Conference Insights Track
Day 2 (25 May 2018)
@ Stamford Ballroom (Sophia)
Organisations have spent a large amount of money on cybersecurity systems to ensure employee laptop are secured. With the advent of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and teleworking, many employees are bringing their office laptop to work from home network. In this talk, Christopher will discuss the potential risk of employee connecting to home network and share his experience of building his own home cybersecurity monitoring using low-powered embedded devices.
About Christopher Lek
Christopher Lek has more than 16 years of IT experience with the last 8 years working in global conglomerate various roles in cyber defence, incident response, security architecture and risk management. He has previously worked for a financial institution and Internet Service Provider.
Chris graduated from Nanyang Technological University (Computer Engineering) and is certified in CISSP, PMP, ITIL and also SANs Certified in Digital forensic, Malware Analysis, Incident response and ICS security.
Being active in the IT Security community, Christopher is involved in The Honeynet Project (Singapore Chapter) and has been workshop committee member for Global Honeynet Workshop held in Warsaw (2014). He has contributed to open source project and spoke in tertiary institutions and conferences.