Cybersecurity Incident Response

Free Online Workshop


About the Online Workshop

Join our Online Workshop on

"Cybersecurity Incident Response"

Understand the Hacking Mindset to effectively prepare for and plan system recovery after being attacked through a workshop that provides you with both learning and hands-on experience.
Register for free! (Limited spots available) Plus, stand a chance to win souvenirs and exclusive privileges from SOSECURE.
*Please register using your company email only. [Company emails only]

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In this workshop, we'll shift your perspective and take you to explore the depths of hacker thinking. You'll learn not only "how did the attack happen?" but also "what do hackers think? How do they plan? And what tools do they use?" to take your understanding to the next level.

And most importantly, you'll learn the strategies and techniques that hackers use, along with practicing essential skills for system defense. Whether it's planning for emergency response, selecting appropriate tools, or efficiently recovering systems after an attack, this workshop goes beyond theory. You'll get hands-on experience with various tools, studying real-life case scenarios, and engaging in role-playing with expert guidance and advice.

Why do you have to join our online workshop?

1. To understand the concepts and processes of Cybersecurity Incident Response.

2. To learn methods for identifying, analyzing, and assessing threats.

3. To practice skills in controlling, minimizing impacts, and recovering systems.

4. To learn post-incident examination techniques to prevent repeat attacks.


Lecture by expert speaker from


Watcharaphon W.

CISSP, SANS GCIH and GCFA, SSCP, CEHv8, ECSA, Pentest+, Security+, MCT
[CEO and Founder SOSECURE Co., Ltd.]

Who should attend this Online Workshop?

1. IT professionals

including IT managers, network administrators, system administrators, and cybersecurity experts responsible for maintaining the cybersecurity infrastructure of organizations.

2. Business owners and executives

concerned about the cybersecurity status of their organizations and seeking information on cyber threat detection methods.

3. Security practitioners

such as security analysts, incident responders, and individuals looking to enhance their skills and knowledge in cyber threat detection, analysis, and response.



Let's learn together with industry experts!

Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.

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