Jason ChanHead of IT Infrastructure, Security and Operations
Asia Capital Reinsurance Group Pte Ltd
"Cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving, and will continue to increase in sophistication, intensity, and scale. Similarly, while implementing the recommendations is a necessary and vital first step, organisations must constantly renew, review, and refresh their security structures, technology, and readiness."
- COI Report on SingHealth Cyber Breach
In the past year, Singapore has been hit by a string of high-profile security breaches, the most prominent being the SingHealth leak of 1600000 patient records, resulting in a hefty fine and a general loss of public confidence.
With many such incidents reported regionally in an increasing scale, security professionals are propelled to review their vulnerabilities from the perspectives of people, processes and technology, to avoid costly damages to credibility, operational discontinuity and revenue losses through penalties, fines and lost opportunities.
A changed culture necessitates that enterprises adopt security-first approach while undertaking digital transformation without compromising security for agility. Fast-evolving cloud, data and networking technologies challenge the security professionals to continuously equip them on sophisticated threat intelligence.
Questex Asia’s Total Security Conference 2019 in Singapore on 20 August will provide an ideal platform for all the stakeholders to define a common working platform and to improve the agility and response time and effectiveness in handling cybersecurity challenges.
Key topics discussed in 2019 to enhance your security strategies:
Who will attend?
To ensure the conference offers the highest degree of relevancy, only C-Level, Senior Executives and IT professionals from corporate, public and government agencies are invited to attend.
This exclusive format allows delegates to connect with those peers whose insights they respect the most – through exceptional networking, business meetings and strategic information-sharing sessions.
Business and IT professionals in enterprise-wide security, risk management, BCM or critical infrastructure:
IT & Business Leaders
Attendees can look forward to receiving practical insights on updated technologies, people training requirements and emerging new threat vectors from 20+ experts and:
Don’t miss the Total Security Conference 2019, Singapore, the longest running cybersecurity event of the region – in converting the new digital opportunities without compromising on integrating a robust and holistic cybersecurity architecture.
Organizations have been moving to cloud to leverage on financial advantages, flexibilities and the promise of security. Yet, security control now rests with the vendor. Lack of interoperability creates vulnerabilities.
Enterprises are stressed for improved speed-to-market in their quests to capture and retain market share. CISOs are now needed not only to rethink and realign the enterprise security, but also educate the architecture and business side stakeholders towards the fast-paced development processes.
The risk exposure that exists in a typical enterprise continues to increase with no end in sight. This growth is accelerating not only due to “traditional” Information Technology platforms but because of the exponential increase in the number of non-traditional Internet of Things (IoT) devices that are being deployed into enterprise networks.
Identifying and eliminating all vulnerabilities in an enterprise network is an insurmountable task, and we find ourselves in a perpetual state of triage versus balancing operational capabilities. This begs the question: Are we fixing the vulnerabilities that have the most impact to the organisation, while reducing our cyber exposure risk effectively?
This session will present the problem and advanced techniques that will help you identify and mitigate the subset of vulnerabilities that expose you to the greatest risks while reducing your workload and balancing enterprise-critical assets.
It will also address the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Technology Risk Management (TRM) Guidelines on how using best practices can help organisations identify, implement and enhance their cybersecurity practices and use a common language to communicate issues to stakeholders.
Cybersecurity professionals need credible and updated threat intelligence to develop a clear risk profile, in order to safeguard against the most probable threats. What are the sources they can rely on and how to cost efficiently tap emerging resources?
Asia Capital Reinsurance Group Pte Ltd
Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS), S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University
Cyber Security Agency of Singapore
Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA)
Mediacorp Pte. Ltd.
Singapore Press Holdings
Sodexo Services Asia Pte Ltd
State Street Bank
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Steve Ng is a strategic visionary leader with a career in embracing new technologies and solutions, and transforming organisations. In his current role as Vice President, Digital Platform Operations with Mediacorp, Steve evaluates new approaches and solutions to solving operational and security challenges, and harness Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning platforms to detect, identify and resolve issues early in order to ensure business SLAs.
Steve is passionate with human capital management in both career progression and professional development. Cultivating a growth mindset and pursuing deep technical knowledge and experience is the key to staying relevant in the dynamic global economy.
Ken is an experienced cybersecurity professional and leader in the Asia Pacific region. He is the Director of Cybersecurity at IMDA where he manages collaboration with industry partners to develop and enhance the cyber security capabilities of IMDA, telecom, postal and broadcast media sectors. This responsibility includes developing and implementing partnership initiatives to review and develop new cyber security capabilities, equipping IMDA and its sectors with the necessary resources to enhance their security operations, and fostering a collaborative environment with industry partners.
He is a frequent speaker at industry events and his perspectives on cybersecurity have been featured by international media such as The Australian, Bloomberg TV, BusinessWeek, The Business Times, CCTV, CIO Australia, CNET USA, CIO Asia, Hong Kong Economic Times, MediaCorp Radio, SC Magazine and ZDNet Asia.
Prior to joining IMDA, Ken held regional leadership roles at leading cybersecurity firms such as Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, Symantec, Trend Micro, RSA Security, VeriSign, TippingPoint and Sensecurity. He was the founding Chairman of the Cloud Security Alliance (Asia Pacific Executive Council) and a former GIAC advisory board member of the SANS Institute. He is also an adjunct cybersecurity lecturer at a tertiary institution in Singapore. He holds the CISSP and GSLC certifications from (ISC)2 and The SANS Institute respectively. His education includes a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from RMIT University (Australia), a Bachelor of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Honours) from Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and a Postgraduate Diploma of Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing (U.K.).
Benjamin Ang is a Senior Fellow in the Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS) at RSIS. He leads the Cyber and Homeland Defence Programme of CENS, which explores policy issues, international cyber law, cyber threats and conflict, strategic communications and disinformation, law enforcement technology and cybercrime, smart city cyber issues, and national security issues in disruptive technology.
Prior to this, he had a multi-faceted career that included time as a litigation lawyer, IT Director and General Manager of a major Singapore law firm, corporate / technology / intellectual property lawyer, in house legal counsel in an international software company, Director-Asia in a regional technology consulting firm, in-house legal counsel in a transmedia company, and senior law lecturer at a local Polytechnic.
Benjamin graduated from Law School at the National University of Singapore and has an MBA and MS-MIS (Masters of Science in Management Information Systems) from Boston University. He was a Certified Novell Network Administrator back in the day. He also serves on the Executive Committee of the Internet Society Singapore Chapter.
Yum Shoen Yih is Deputy Director for Cyber Security Programme Centre (CSPC) in the Cyber Security Agency (CSA) of Singapore.
CSPC was recently created to provide consultancy and solutions to build resilient information infrastructure and systems including doing business safely on the Internet (Be Safe Online publication). CSPC is working with some Singapore and European cybersecurity companies to integrate their products according to the requirements of Be Safe Online to show that the concept is practical and effective for public use.
Previously, Shoen Yih was responsible for cybersecurity at the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) headquarters. His views to cybersecurity are derived from his extensive military (30 years) experience and aim to keep up with current and emerging threats. Thus, this will also manage the risks cost-effectively. His security practices enabled his organization to be resilient to achieve its national security missions.
Prior to his cybersecurity appointments, he served as a naval officer in the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN), attaining a rank of Commander as well as head of a specialist branch in Joint Comms & Info Systems Dept of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). His naval service included more than 15 years of experience in managing multi-million dollar projects ranging from building naval ships and combat systems, to R&D projects in areas of cybersecurity and command & control and communications (C3). In his cybersecurity appointments, he has presented in international and local conferences in Singapore as well as overseas.
Felicia is the APAC Head of Technology Risk Head for Credit Suisse based in Singapore. She brings with her more than 16 years of experience in Technology risk & compliance and information security and has led initiatives ranging from pioneer implementation of end to end encryption of customer credentials for retail and wholesale Banks to technology risk due diligence in management of acquisitions. In recent years, she provides awareness on Cyber risks at the Board level, looks at measuring technology risk appetite qualitatively, advises on cyber scenarios creation, reflects on the robustness of controls in Agile and DevOps setup, and also leads the drafting of insider threat information paper in the industry. She is an advocator of bridging the technology risk agenda with Business risks and also actively pursuing risk reduction in data loss/breaches and privileged access risk space.
Dick Bussiere is the Chief Technical Lead for Asia Pacific at Tenable based in Singapore. In this multifaceted role, Mr. Bussiere is responsible for evangelizing the criticality of Threat and Vulnerability Management (TVM) as a continuous process as part of an organization’s enhanced security posture. Mr. Bussiere is a frequent and highly-sought after public speaker in the cyber security and networking industry.
Mr. Bussiere frequently consults with regional financial services groups, government organizations, and managed security service providers in adopting a regimen of pro-active vulnerability management programs to help them reduce their vulnerability footprint and overall risk profile.
Prior to Tenable, Mr. Bussiere was Arbor Network’s Solution Architect for Asia Pacific. He was responsible for assessing various organizations in their risk exposure to Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. He has also played an advisory role with several regulatory bodies on recommended legislation in protecting critical infrastructure against DDoS attacks.
Mr. Bussiere is a seasoned technical architect with over 20 years of experience in ICT security, computer networking, and engineering. He also holds a strong background in Research and Development, including both software and hardware engineering.
Mr. Bussiere is the holder of five patents related to computer networking and network security. He was also an active participant in the IEEE and IETF working groups.
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Tenable is the Cyber Exposure company. Over 27,000 organizations around the globe rely on Tenable to understand and reduce cyber risk. As the creator of Nessus®, Tenable extended its expertise in vulnerabilities to deliver the world’s first platform to see and secure any digital asset on any computing platform. Tenable customers include more than 50 percent of the Fortune 500, more than 25 percent of the Global 2000 and large government agencies. Learn more at tenable.com