Prof Dr Ir Vinesh Thiruchelvam
Dean of the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Technology (FCET)
Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU)
Prof Dr Ir Vinesh Thiruchelvam completed his PhD at University Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia. He is a Professional Engineer with the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM), a Chartered Engineer via IET with the Engineering Council of UK and is a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE-UK). He has managed smart city development international projects in the India, Russia, Iran, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Malaysia for the property sector, ports, oil & gas and power plant industries. Prof Vinesh’s scholarly research areas are in Sustainable Development, Reliability Engineering using Smart Devices with IoT and Data Analytics with Business Intelligence.
Title: Societal Grand Challenges in the 21st Century: The Future Shifts of Green Technology using Big Data.
Population growth to new generation lifestyles will change the world in the coming future. These changes will be transformed into challenges that will affect the way approach daily life. Once of the best tacklers of issues pertaining to global changes will be the use of technology. Moving into the future, we will embrace technology not only as a user but also as a developer primarily in meeting and solving these future challenges leading from climate change to population growth. The talk will introduce elements of IoT and Big Data towards the application of technology in engineering.
Mohd Zabri Adil Bin Talib
Head, Digital Forensics Department
Mohd Zabri Adil Talib is the Head of Digital Forensics in CyberSecurity Malaysia (CSM), an agency under the Ministry Science Technology and Innovation (MOSTI). He plays major role of ensuring the competent and efficient overall operations of CSM’s digital forensics services. He graduated from the University Technology of Malaysia in Computer Science.
He has vast experiences in providing expert testimony in computer crimes, computer-related crimes forensics cases for various law enforcement agencies in Malaysia and in e-discovery cases for civil claim.
Zabri plays major role of ensuring the competent and efficient overall operations of CyberSecurity Malaysia (CSM) digital forensics services. Zabri has testified in Malaysia Intellectual Property Court, Magistrate Court, Session Court, High Court and Royal Commission of Inquiry.
He is also an ASCLD/LAB certified Assessor.
Title: The Importance of Scientific Method in Evidence Analysis.
In an evidence analysis, the application of scientific method is mandatory to eliminate the element of bias or injustice unless an eyewitness is present. Evidence collection and examination, be it physical or digital, must be done in a careful and scientific manner to ensure the evidence is not tampered.
Analysis must be derived from scientific method in order for the result to be admissible in the court of law as fact in proving a criminal element in a prosecution.