UIB Information Technology Undergraduate Program (PS TI) has conducted Ethical Hacking Workshop with the help of Digital Learning Development and Implementation Program (P3D) Funds from the Ministry of Higher Education, Culture, Research and Technology. This Workshop was carried out in seven (7) sessions, of which six sessions were held online and the final session / 7th session was held offline.
This Ethical Hacking Workshop was guided by Mr. Maysakh Harpen Palumpun, a Security Operations Center Analyst who has been certified as a Certified Ethical Hacker & Certified Incident Handler V1 by the EC Council. This Workshop was attended by lecturers of the Faculty of Computer Science UIB, the UIB IT Center team, and students of PS TI UIB.
In the 6 online sessions that were held, the discussions included Introduction to Ethical Hacking; Footprinting and Reconnaissance; Scanning Network; Enumeration; Vulnerability Analysis; System Hacking; Malware Threats; Sniffing; Social Engineering; Denial-of-Service (DoS); Session Hijacking; Evanding IDS, Firewall & Honeypots; Hacking Web Server & Web Application; Sql Injection and Hacking Mobile Platforms. While in the seventh session, resource persons and trainees conducted hands-on labs / Ethical Hacking practices at UIB.
The Ethical Hacking Workshop that has been carried out is expected to help PS TI lecturers in developing RPS and learning materials in accordance with the Workshop that has been carried out, and for participants who have participated in this Workshop are expected to increase knowledge and be able to apply Ethical Hacking in everyday life, especially in learning and profession.