Cyber Warfare in the Gulf: A Peek to the World of Cybersecurity

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    About the Seminar

    In collaboration with Sorp

    A unique thought-provoking seminar introducing what you need to know to protect your organization.

    Learn from our Israeli experts manning the frontline of cybersecurity warfare.

    For the first time, after setting our footprints in the UAE by collaborating with SORP, we are delighted to introduce our introductory seminar led by our Israeli Experts. 

    This unique, thought-provoking seminar is designed for people with an interest in the world of information security. The seminar will focus on three vital and fascinating topics: Iran as an offensive security power; When things go wrong: Do’s and Don’ts; SIEM/SOC as a Service.

    This seminar is suitable for anyone with an interest in cybersecurity: C-level managers, general employers, IT and Cyber Professionals and the general public. No previous knowledge is required!

    Key Features

    March 2021

    ‭+972 (0)3 6122831

    Tuition Fees:
    50 USD (including registration fees and tax).

    Program Duration:
    3 hours

    Academic hours:
    A total of .3 hours

    Program Format:
    Zoom lectures 

    Target Audience:
    C-level managers, general employers, IT and Cyber Professionals and the general public.

    Entry Requirements:
    None. Good conduct of the English language is expected.

    Homework Assignments:

    About See-Security College & SORP

    See Security College is a highly specialised and international cybersecurity college. One of seven colleges of its kind, our college offers training programmes aimed for absolute beginners to more advanced professionals. The college delivers its study programmes worldwide, through the See Security International brand as well as well-known governmental and special cybersecurity agencies.

    See-Security’s CEO, Mr. Avi Weissman is one of the leaders of the Israeli cyber industry and serves as an advisor and commentator to the Israeli government for the regulation of cyber professions. Further, Mr. Weissman was the co-founder of the Israeli Forum for Information Security (IFIS) together with Maj. Gen. (Res.) and former head of the National Security Council, Yaakov Amidror. In addition to his role in leading the college, Avi is also a co-CEO of a cyber human resources company, See-HR and a cybersecurity consulting company, See Events – Managed SIEM/SOC.

    Since 2002, See Security College offers Information & Cyber Security training programmes and certification tracks worldwide.

    We offer various levels of training, from a beginners’ introductory course to master classes for experienced professionals.

    By appreciating the uniqueness of each cyber profession and by focusing both on practical training as well as certifications, See Security has designed unparalleled programs in accordance with professional prerequisites.

    Based on its vast experience in the Cyber training field, the college has developed a comprehensive and methodological approach for Cybersecurity training.

    The college grants certifications only to graduates who have successfully completed all pedagogical requirements. This strict approach, although commercially challenging, has proved to contribute significantly to the colleges’ reputation, and provides our graduates with a real sense of accomplishment.

    Over time the college certifications have become the de-facto standard for HR recruiters in the Israeli market.

    Our lecturers are highly-experienced cybersecurity professionals, with demonstrated training capabilities. Among our staff, you can find leading CISOs, Offensive Security Experts, Malware Analysts, Forensics experts and more.

    SORP is a leading consultancy group in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). We provide business advice and services which leverage the superb advantages that UAE corporate legislation offers to entrepreneurs all over the world. Our track record shows 15 years of successfully setting up and supporting businesses, with all the knowledge and expertise we gain from it.  

    Target Audience

    This seminar is suitable for anyone with an interest in cybersecurity: C-level managers, general employers, IT and Cyber Professionals and the general public. No previous knowledge is required.

    Our Lecturers

    Our lecturers live and breathe cyber with a deep knowledge of the world of IT systems and networking, and have extensive experience in establishing SOC and IR centres in Israel and abroad. The lecturers include industry cybersecurity leaders, renowned CISOs, and leading professional experts in their respective field.

    Come learn from those manning the frontline for many years.

    Check out our video to get acquainted with all of our senior lecturers:

    Nadav Nachmias, Adv., MBA, CISSP

    As an International (ISC)2 Instructor for CISSP, Nadav serves as the Pedagogical Manager of the college and head of CISO Program with a wealth of experience in Cybersecurity counselling for critical sectors for Technology Architecture and Methodological aspects.

    Ami Zarfati, OSCP, CCE, CISO

    A senior cybersecurity professional with a focus on Malware Analysis, SOC, Incident Response, Forensic and Cyber threat intelligence. Ami has a rich experience in designing, training and implementing SIEM-SOC centers in large-scale and sensitive organisations and state agencies. Currently, Ami manages the cybersecurity monitoring center at Ben-Gurion Airport. He is a senior lecturer in our CISO program.

    Itzik Moshe

    Head of Hacking Defined Experts programme, Itzik is an experienced cybersecurity researcher and penetration tester. In his 20 years of experience, Itzik has worked with governmental, military and intelligence agencies both nationally and internationally.

    Elazar Biro

    With over 12 years of experience, Elazar is an expert in incident response and SOC. As a methodologist, he is implementing and training IR teams and SOC managers. He had worked in many international organisations including the IDF and civilian companies where he formed SOC centres and implemented cybersecurity solutions.

    Learning Objectives

    This unique, thought-provoking seminar is designed for people with an interest in the world of information security. The seminar will focus on three vital and fascinating topics in cybersecurity.

    Topic 1: Main offensive security powers in the Gulf

    What forces are shaping the agenda of cyber offensive power states?

    What are the motivations and abilities these countries have?

    What countries are particularly targeted by these powers?

    What technological advancements facilitated offensive abilities?

    Is it ever going to be too late to deal with these threats?

    What can and can’t we do to protects ourselves?

    Topic 2: When things go wrong: Do’s and Don’ts

    Alertness and preparedness for a potential incidence (routine protocols, precaution and eliminative measures, etc.)

    What are the first signs that a cyberattack is happening in your organisation?

    What are the very first steps that your people must do to understand what is happening?

    Steps in detecting an incidence and initial analysis of the situation.

    When and how does an incidence is declared as a ‘cybersecurity incidence’?

    Steps to assessing, containing, and reducing the threat.

    Frequency of reporting and evaluating the situation.

    Communication channels with internal and external role holders (administration, management, juniors and general employees, costumers, media, authorities etc.)

    The interplay between internal and external departments (legal, spokesperson, finance, consumer services, partner, cybersecurity professionals and non-cyber security personnel)

    Damage assessment

    BCP/DRP initiation

    Closure, documentation, and organisational learning processes

    Topic 3: SIEM/SOC as a Service 

    What is MMSP, and how does it work?

    Is outsourcing my monitoring services safe for my organisation? Does it put my information in danger?

    Will it solve all of my worries and problems? Is my organisation immune?

    A practical illustration: See Secure’s approach, methodology and services.

    How to set up a SIEM/SOC centre?