Workshop on cybersecurity begins

A two-day workshop on memory forensics, memory analysis, triage, and the workflow for live RAM analysis began at the Centre for Cyber Security Systems & Networks attached to Amrita University on Monday.

The workshop was attended by over 100 professionals, faculty and research scholars in cyber security, including faculty members and graduate scholars. The workshop was led by Monnappa K.A., information security investigator of CISCO Systems and a specialist in threat intelligence and advanced cyber attacks.

The workshop covered detailed discussions on tools for analysis, various artefacts found during analysis, and how such artefacts can be correlated with traditional forensics, a statement from the university said.

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