Sunday 01 September 2019 -
16:30 to 20:00
Great Room, 7th Floor, Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Siam (BTS National Stadium)

If you are interested in computer and digital technology, don’t miss this event!

The opportunity to attend a cybersecurity seminar and taster classes on “Cybersecurity: Finding Dirt, Protection & Understanding the Dark Web” is now available in Bangkok. Learn from the experience of a white hat hacker and an expert from Teesside University in the United Kingdom.

  • How the internet can be a hotbed for cybercriminals and ethical hackers
  • Threats and opportunities posed by cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI)
  • How the internet managed to create a world of its own (the Dark Web)
  • Presentations from those with hands on experience to give you a clearer understanding of many other interesting topics

Provisional agenda

16.30 Registration
16.40 Welcoming Speech by Dr Gordon Marshall
16.45 "Open Source Intelligence & Finding the Dirt" by Tom Johnson
18.15 "AI & Cybersecurity – the Computing Buzzwords of the 21st Century" by Dr Gordon Marshall 
19.30 "TOR, the Dark Web, Crypto Currency & the Criminal Underworld" by Tom Johnson


Tom Johnson

A White Hat Ethical Hacker with a passion for cybersecurity, specialise in Social Engineering which attacks the human element of the network

Dr Gordon Marshall

Associate Dean (International) School of Computing & Digital Technologies. His first degree is in Applied Mathematics from Dundee University which led to a PhD in Computational Fluid Dynamics at Teesside University, working with a global company designing and installing power stations. Gordon is an avid learner and studied for an MBA part-time to help develop a strategic view of higher education. His current teaching covers modules in Mathematics, Information Security and Cybercrime, Computer and Mobile Technologies, and Network Architecture.

About Teesside University

A modern, dynamic university with an international reputation for academic excellence that provides an outstanding student and learning experience underpinned by research, enterprise and the professions. The School of Computing and Digital Technologies deliver high-quality courses, research, and consultancy and are a centre of excellence in the creative and technical aspects of computing, media and the digital arts.