will take place at Imperial Hotel, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia on 1st until 2nd November 2018.

CRW2018 is organized by the Center For Cyber Security (CYBER), a center of excellence at the Faculty of Information Science and Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

We are also delighted to have the opportunity to partner with Cybersecurity Malaysia, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) and Universiti Teknologi MARA Sarawak, and supported by TM Malaysia and Sarawak Government. With the support of them, CRW2018 will have a fruitful activities and industry related knowledge sharing in the workshop.


Keynote Speaker

Prof. Dr. Mohd Aizaini Maarof

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chan Chee Seng

Workshop Speakers

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Azizi Abdullah



Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chan Chee Seng



Universiti Malaya

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Prof. Dr. Zarina Shukur



Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

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Dr. Khairul Akram Zainol Ariffin



Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

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Dr. Wan Fariza Paizi@Fauzi



University Kebangsaan Malaysia

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Fee & Registration

Category Price
RM 600
  • • Workshop Part 1: Deep Learning with OpenVino (Image Authentication) by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chan Chee Seng
  • • Workshop Part 2: Memory Forensics by Dr Khairul Akram Zainol Ariffin
  • • Workshop Part 3:  PenTesting by Dr Wan Fariza Fauzi
  • • Workshop Part 4 : Fintech Security by Prof Dr Zarina Shukur
  • • Workshop Part 5 : Intrusion and Detection Intelligence Course by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Azizi Abdullah
Method of Payment

Payment for CRW 2018 can be made via Telegraphic Transfer/Wire Transfer to Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

Account Name : Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Account No. : 80-0223430-7
Bank Name : CIMB Bank Berhad
Branch : UKM Bangi
Branch Address : Lot 1.04 & 1.05, Level 1, Wisma UNIKEB, 43600 UKM Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia.
Swift Code : CIBBMYKL Reference ID: CRW 2018

** The Registration link: CLICK HERE
** Please email proof of payment to the secretariat with address email of


Day 1
1st November 2018 (Thursday)
9.00 AM - 9.30 AM • Opening Ceremony by Sarawak State government
9.30 AM – 10.30 AM MAIN KEYNOTE :
“Cyber Threat Intelligence at age of Big Data and IOT " by Prof. Dr. Mohd Aizaini Maarof from
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), BOULEVARD GRAND BALLROOM
11.00 AM - 1.00 PM • Other Keynote Speech from MCAIT2018
1.00 PM - 2.00 PM


1.30 PM– 3.30 PM

Workshop 1
“Deep Learning with OpenVino (Image Authentication) " by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chan Chee Seng from
Universiti Malaya, Bilik Danum 8

3.30 PM - 5.30 PM • Workshop 2
“Memory Forensics” by Dr. Khairul Akram Zainol Ariffin from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bilik Danum 8

Day 2
2nd November 2018 (Friday)
8.30 AM - 10.30 AM

"PenTesting" by Dr. Wan Fariza Fauzi from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,

Bilik Danum 8

10.45 AM – 11.45 AM

Keynote :
"Deep Image Understanding" by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chan Chee Seng from Universiti Malaya,

11.00 AM - 1.30 PM


1.45 PM- 3.45 PM

"Fintech Security" by Prof. Dr. Zarina Shukur from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bilik Danum 8

3.45 PM – 5.45 PM

"Intrusion and Detection Intelligence" by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Azizi Abdullah from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bilik Danum 8

Partner & Supported by

Sarawak Government

TM Malaysia

Sarawak Attractions

  • Kuching, the capital of Sarawak, is simply unique. No other city in Malaysia has such a romantic and unlikely history, nor displays its charms with such an easy grace. The residents of Kuching (pop. 650,000 approx.) enjoy living here, and take great pride in their fascinating city, which is reflected in their attitude to visitors. Kuching welcomes visitors warmly, but it does not put on an act for them. Instead it goes about its own business in a relaxed manner that hasn’t changed in 160 years. To make the most of your visit you must put on your walking shoes, take to the streets (and the water), and join in.

    Like all towns and cities in Borneo, the focal point of Kuching and the reason for its existence is the river. Hiring a sampan to meander slowly up and down the Sarawak River is the best way to get your first impression of Kuching. From the river you will see picturesque Malay villages (kampungs), a golden-domed mosque, a Victorian fort, a whole street of 19th century Chinese shophouses and an imposing wooden-roofed palace, all set against a background of distant mountains.

  • Kuching’s city centre is well preserved and very compact; virtually everything that is worth seeing can be reached on foot or by sampan. The narrow, bustling streets are crammed with shops selling all manner of goods, from the mundane to the exotic. There are ornate Chinese temples, many fine examples of colonial-style architecture, a beautiful waterfront and a number of interesting museums, including the historic Sarawak Museum. There is an excellent range of accommodation, from luxury via boutique to budget, good restaurants, and nightlife to suit most tastes and pockets. You can try local delicacies such as deer meat and jungle fern, drink a glass or two of tuak (local rice wine), or feast on a vast array of seafood dishes Kuching has an unusual name – the word means “cat” in Malay. There are a number of stories as to how this name came about, but it is unlikely that it has anything to do with cats. The two more likely explanations are that it derives from the Chinese word kochin, meaning “harbour,” or that it is named after the mata kuching or “cat’s eye” fruit, a close relative of the lychee that grows widely here.

  • Sarawak is a unique and enjoyable tourism destination, and Kuching is the ideal base from which to go exploring. The nearby national parks include the famous Bako, home of the rare proboscis monkey, Gunung Gading, where giant rafflesia flowers bloom, Kuching Wetlands, which protects a fascinating mangrove ecosystem, Kubah, with its rare palms and orchids, and Semenggoh and Matang Wildlife Centres with their resident orangutans. Literally hundreds of Iban and Bidayuh longhouses are within easy travelling distance. Damai, on the nearby Santubong Peninsula is Sarawak’s main resort area, and many travel agents offer “two-centre” packages allowing you to explore Kuching, go on a longhouse trip, visit Bako and the rainforest and then relax on the beach after the rigours of jungle trekking.

    Kuching is also the ideal base for visiting longhouses. Local travel agents have a variety of tours, ranging from half-day trips to nearby Bidayuh longhouses, to week long safaris to Iban longhouses on the Skrang, Lemanak and Batang Ai river systems.

    For more information, please visit :
    Sarawak Tourism

Visa, Venue & Accommodation

Visa Requirement

A visa for entering Malaysia, if necessary, can be obtained at the nearest Malaysia Embassy or Consulate. Detailed information can be found at Please note that obtaining visa can take one to two months. If an invitation letter for visa application is needed, please send us an enquiry to

The venue

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Imperial Hotel

Jalan Datuk Tawi Sli, 93250 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Tel: +60 82 588 999   Fax: +60 82 588 998
Coordinate : 1.5082252, 110.3363064

List of Hotel


General Chair
Prof. Dr Abdullah Mohd Zain (UKM)

Program Chair
Associate Professor Dr. Siti Norul Huda Sheikh Abdullah (UKM)

Associate Professor Dr. Masnizah Mohd (UKM)

Co-Finance Chair
Dr. Hasimi Sallehuddin (UKM)

Industry Chair
Jafer Sadiq (Telekom Sarawak)

Program Committee

1. Dr. Rossilawati Sulaiman / Dr Ravie Chandran Muniyandi (UKM)
2. Dr. Nadianatra binti Musa (UNIMAS)
3. Dr. Chiew Kang Leng (UNIMAS)

1. Associate Professor Dr. Johari Abdullah (UNIMAS)
2. Dr. Nuha Bt Loling (UNIMAS)
3. En. Faizam Horian (Telekom Sarawak)
4. Pn Azlina Narawi (UiTM Sarawak)
5. Bibi Sarpinah Sheikh Naimullah (UiTM Sarawak)
6. Dr. Dayang Nurfatimah Bt Awang Iskandar (UNIMAS)

1. Dr Fatihah Ramli (UNIMAS)
2. Dr Khairul Azmi Abu Bakar (UKM)

1. En. Hasni Kassan (State Public Relation Sarawak, Telekom Sarawak)
2. En Wilson Chiang (Telekom Sarawak)
3. Dr Adnan Shahid Khan (UNIMAS)

Workshop presenters:
1. Assoc Prof. Dr. Chan See Seng  from Universiti Malaya
2. Prof. Dr. Zarina Abdul Shukor from Center for Cyber Security, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
3. Assoc. Prof Dr Azizi Abdullah from Center for Artificial Intelligence Technology
4. Dr Wan Fariza Fauzi from Center for Cyber Security, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
5. Dr Khairul Akram Zainol Ariffin from Center for Cyber Security, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Technical committee
1. Rustam Ikmal Ahmad Kamal (Promotion)
2. Rusliza Md (Assistant Secretary)