Synopsis: NCL is a national cybersecurity lab that provides computing resources, repeatable and controllable experimentation environments, as well as application services. The infrastructure includes a cluster of 300 nodes that provides a wide range of provisioning mechanisms, security data and security services. NCL aims to provide a platform that fosters and encourages collaboration among researchers in academia, government bodies and the industry. Since 2015, NCL is funded by National Research Foundation (NRF) with the primary objective to serve academic R&D communities who are looking to trial and experiment their innovative applications and/or services. They have since extended to government agencies and private sector capitalising on their success in the academia.
Speaker’s Profile :
Aris Cahyadi Risdianto
Research Fellow at the National University of Singapore (NUS),School of Computing
Grounded in Systems and Network Engineering, Aris has been actively involved in the design, implementation and maintenance of IP-based networks for enterprises and service providers. Having accumulated over 15 years experience in this field, his specialisation has broadened to cover popular domains such as IP Networking, Future Internet Architecture, Cybersecurity, and Open Source Networking (including SDN, NFV, and Cloud).
High Level Agenda:1340 to 1400 : Early login and registration (to solve any technical issues arising)1400 to 1410: Opening Address by (ISC)2 SG Chapter President and Event Director1410 to 1420 : Introduction of NCL1420 to 1435 : Pentest Lab1435 to 1450 : Demo on the Facilities and web portal1450 to 1500 : Q&A on Pentest Lab, Facilities and web portal1500 to 1520 : The State of DevSecOps-includes short 5mins Q&A1520 to 1540 : Security Chaos Engineering-includes short 5mins Q&A1545 to 1555 : Closing Address by Chapter President1600 to 1700 : Breakout sessions to have 1 to 1 clinic with NCL SME/Track Lead