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Thursday, December 29, 2011

EC-Council's Certified Ethical Hacker V7 has Arrived

29 Dec 2011. The EC-Council's Certified Ethical Hacker Version 7.1 has arrived. It is now avialable to all DISM students under the Academia Partner programme. More details will be provided soon.

Note: SP is the only academic institute in Singapore to provide EC-Council's certification examinations under the Academia Partner programme.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

We make you SPecial

Being a DISM student gives you the competitive edge for a boost in your future studies and career. You can look forward to an interesting curriculum that covers offensive attacks, defensive methods and investigative skills.

Choose Diploma in Infocomm Security Management (DISM) S54 as your FIRST CHOICE, the BEST IT Security diploma course.

Some more reasons why you should join us:

Learning Through Wargaming
Test your skills against your peers in our newly designed Cyber Wargame Centre. Build up your defences, launch offensive attacks on your targets, and delve into the intriguing world of forensics investigation, all in the format of cyber wargame scenarios.

Head start in NUS even before you graduate
Students who meet NUS’ programme criteria can choose join the NUS-Poly Preparatory Programme. This programme gives you the special opportunity to take one NUS module each in your second and third year of study here in SP. Imagine the chance to be immersed in University classes and interact with undergraduates well before your peers! Upon successfully completion of the programme, you will be eligible to enroll into NUS’ Bachelor of Computing degree programme through special admission!!

Get yourself recognised by the industry
Be on top of the game and get recognised by the industry through professional industry certifications. No other institutions are quite as ready as us to give you that extra competitive edge!

Certification List
  • CompTIA Security+
  • EC Council Certified Ethical Hacking
  • EC Council Certified Hacking Forensics Investigation
  • EC Council Certified Security Analyst
  • ThinkSECURE Organizational Systems Security Analyst
  • ThinkSECURE Organizational Systems Wireless Auditor
  • Oracle Certified Professional, Java Programmer
  • Red Hat Certified Engineer
  • And more...

Job Opportunities at Singapore Police Force

28 Dec 2011. The Singapore Police Force (SPF) is looking for Forensic Examiner/Specialist. One of the requirements is "Diploma in Infocomm Security Management".... so if you are interested, please apply at their website.

SP Open House 2012, 5 Jan to 7 Jan 2012





Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Interview on Channel 8 News

26 Dec 2011. DISM lecturer (Samson Yeow) appeared in Mediacorp's Channel 8 News on the topic of Mobile Security (Secure Payment using Smartphone). We will upload the video clip (recording) once we have the clearance.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Learning about infocomm-security through cyber wargames

12 Dec 2011. If you're a geek at heart then you should definitely check out the Diploma in Infocomm Security Management's (DISM) Cyber Wargame Centre (CWC).


An amalgamation of cyber gaming and infocomm security concepts, the centre aims to equip students with the right set of skills to deal with real-world security scenarios such as intrusion detection.

Pit yourself against your coursemates as you alternate between the opposing and defending factions to uncover software loopholes using a simulation-based learning approach.

But this is just the tip of the iceberg. The facility also boasts of four state-of-the-art laboratories:

1) Cyberwatch Competency Centre - Together with partner e-Cop, this centre is the first-of-its-kind in the region, and a critical component in the cyber wargame pedagogy. Leveraging on e-Cop's solutions deployed on Microsoft platforms, the Cyberwatch Competency Centre will be established on Singapore Polytechnic's campus, giving students direct access to the latest defensive technologies at their fingertips.

2) Offensive Attack Lab - This lab is the perfect place for experiential learning in the area of ethical hacking and secure coding practices.

3) Forensics Investigative Lab - This is the space to learn computer forensics and mobile security; the essential knowledge of investigative skills.

4) Malware Analysis Lab - This is where students can learn malware analysis by reverse-engineering malicious software such as viruses, worms, spy ware or phishing ware.

The DISM course takes on an integrated scenario-based learning approach, creating a realistic environment by providing different scenarios for students to learn how to solve real-life problems in a complex environment.

This learning pedagogy will challenge students' intuition, imagination, knowledge and skills through the cyber wargaming approach.

Students of this course can expect to have direct access to the latest defensive technologies at their fingertips, learn ethical hacking, secure code practices, computer forensics and mobile security, as well as how to reverse engineering malicious software.

Excited? So are we! Now, let the hacking begin.

Source: SPBUZZ, by Sandy Lai, Diploma in Media and Communication, Year 3.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Radio Interview on FM 95.8

Two of our DISM students (Yang XuDong and Max Chee) and DISM lecturer (Samson Yeow) were interviewed by the DJ of FM95.8 on the topic of Internet Safety (Cyber Bullying, Smartphone and Cloud Security).


video   Audio Part I
video   Audio Part II
video  Audio Part III

Monday, December 5, 2011

Radio Interview on FM 93.8

Our DISM student (Max Chee) and DISM course chair (Liew Chin Chuan) were interviewed by the DJ of FM93.8 on the topic of Internet Safety (how to secure your smartphone).

video  Audio Part I

video  Audio Part II

video  Audio Part III

Thursday, December 1, 2011