Lim Binjie Benjamin
Cyber Forensics Specialist | Deutsche BankMay 2018 – Present
• Performed data acquisition, recovery and forensic analysis of systems.
• Analysed malware compromise, policy violation and data exfiltration cases.
• Conducted threat hunting activities as part of feasibility trial.
• Performed product evaluation and PoC testing on forensic tools.
Penetration Tester (Red Team) | Ministry of DefenceFeb 2016 – May 2018
• Conducted penetration tests on systems, networks and web applications.
• Wrote tools and scripts for lateral movement and persistency purposes.
• Researched on emerging pentest tools and antivirus evasion techniques.
Cybersecurity Intern | Int'l Telecommunication UnionMay 2015 – Aug 2015
• Developed visualizations for the Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) Project.
• Translated business needs into technical requirements for the GCI Project.
• Researched on emerging cyber threats and global trends.
• Assisted in efforts to harmonize cybercrime regulations.
Intern | Centre for Strategic Infocomm TechnologiesMay 2014 – Aug 2014
• Tasked to design and develop a web application.
• Planned development milestones and checkpoints.
• Conducted load testing and penetration testing on application.
• Documented entire development and testing process.
Certifications / Awards
SANS GIAC Certifications and Accolades
GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA)Dec 2018
FOR508 Challenge, Core and Cyber Defense NetWars CoinOct 2018
SEC660 CTF and Cyber Defense NetWars CoinOct 2017
CREST Registered Penetration Tester (CRT)May 2018
CREST Practitioner Security Analyst (CPSA)May 2018
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)Oct 2017
Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP)Aug 2017
Organizational Systems Security Analyst (OSSA)Oct 2016
Black Hat Asia 2015 Student Scholarship RecipientFeb 2015
B. Comp. | National University of SingaporeAug 2012 - Dec 2015
Bachelor of Computing (Information Systems) with Honours (Distinction)
Specialization in Information Security
Exchange Program | The George Washington UniversityJan 2015 - May 2015
CVE-2017-14126, CVE-2017-14766, CVE-2018-3810, CVE-2018-3811