Home > Seminars

Some of the seminars/webinars conducted with relevant material is shown below. This material kept for the benefit for PMU students and anyone interested.

Title: Identifying Vulnerabilities with Ethical Hacking
Presenter: Join Belly Rachdianto
Date: March 3, 2021

Synopsis: Join Belly Rachdianto on March 3, 2021, for a free webinar with EC-Council, in which you will learn the ins and outs of ethical hacking and understand:

  • The process of identifying vulnerabilities in computer systems, networks, and communication channels.
  • How are vulnerabilities identified as a part of auditing.
  • How to defend systems from further attacks after identifying vulnerabilities.
  • Learn how vulnerability analysis can be a resourceful skill with the study of ethical hacking.
Register here

Title: Cybersecurity as a Journey
Presenter: Fathima Aljulaih (PMU Alumni), Senior Cybersecurity Consultant at PwC
Date: Feb 9th, 2020

Synopsis: The seminar discussed on the current state of Cybersecurity, efforts and local initiatives from the Kingdom’s Leadership to support KSA Cybersecurity transformation journey globally, challenges and opportunities for Saudi women in Cybersecurity. In addition, the speaker discussed Cybersecurity industries & market in KSA, professional certifications, as well as, international and local associations that support Women in Cybersecurity.
Relevant Material:

Title: Cyber Security Industrial Domain Best Practices-Standards-Awareness
Presenter: Dr. Solomon AlMadi, Saudi Aramco
Date: February 20th, 2020

Synopsis: The seminar discussed Cyber Security Embedded System Solution, best practices and selected solutions.
Relevant Material:

Title: Journey of Ethical Hacking
Presenter: Dr. Nazeeruddin Mohammad, PMU
Date: April 4th, 2020

Synopsis: This seminar discusses about the basic phases of hacking, starting from the information gathering. Live demonstrations of the concepts were given to students using tools available on KALI Linux. Further, the importance of developing customized tools was discussed and students were encouraged to develop their own tools using simple programming languages such a Python.
Relevant Material: