The Cyber Intelligence Asia 2014 is taking place in Singapore at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel this year. It is the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) platform for discussions on cyber security issues that are influencing the world.
High-ranking individuals responsible for Cyber security policy development and decisions congregate at the event to exchange ideas and foster connections in pursuit of a safer digitally connected society.
ASEAN Needs The Cyber Intelligence Asia 2014
ASEAN countries include Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. These countries (and many others in ASEAN’s different sub-forums) are currently experiencing the turbulence that can be expected when developments in information technology are moving on from infancy into maturity.
As Asia continues to develop rapidly, the ASEAN countries are trying to take an offensive against cyber crime so that the prospects of growth and development are not jeopardized. The Cyber Intelligence Asia 2014 conference represents a chance for the ASEAN countries to come together in the fight against the exploitation of developments in technology.
The 3 day schedule of events is pretty neat:
You Should Attend the Cyber Intelligence Asia 2014
The Cyber Intelligence Asia 2014 conference is your cup of tea if you belong to the security domain, harbor an interest in it, or plan on entering it in the future. This means that you will learn whether you are an employee in charge of IT Security in your organization, wish to secure your website, or consider IT security to be worth pursuing.
In case you are planning to attend, remember that prices differ for the Military/Government/Public Sector and Commercial Organizations/Public Sector.
Topics of Interest in the Cyber Intelligence Asia 2014
Considering the fact that 45% of the world’s technology patents are filed in the Asia Pacific region, it comes as no surprise that the desire to defend technology development trends against cybercrime is strong.
Specific areas that will be addressed in the conference include measures to eradicate malware, contingencies to prevent data loss, data recovery methods, modern methods to secure passwords and digital forensics.
These topics will be addressed by a number of speakers flying in from participating ASEAN countries.
List of Speakers at Cyber Intelligence Asia 2014
According to the official event manager Intelligence-Sec (an event management company specializing in organizing international events for the security industry), the speakers expected to present at the conference are:
- Ammar Jaffri – Chief Executive at Pakistan Information Security Association (PISA)
- Amritam Putatunda – Cyber Security Specialist at Ixia
- Anwer Yusoff – Head of Innovation and Commercialization at CyberSecurity Malaysia
- Budi Rahardjo – President at Indonesia Computer Emergency Response Team (ID-CERT)
- CF Chui – Solutions Architect at Arbor Networks
- Dr. John Kan – Chief Information Officer, Information Systems and Technology at Singapore Agency for Science, Technology and Research
- Dr. Mingu Jumaan – Director at Sabah State Computer Services Department
- Freddy Tan – Chairman, Security & Governance Chapter at Singapore Infocomm Technolgoy Federation (SITF)
- Hyeon Yu – Digital Forensics Officer at INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation
- Jack YS Lin – Information Security Analyst at Japan Computer Emergency Response Team (JPCERT)
- Khamla Sunnalat – Deputy Head at Lao Computer Emergency Response Team (LaoCERT)
- Kitisak Jirawannakool – Information Security Specialist at E-Government Agency, Thailand
- Philip Victor – Director, Centre for Policy & International Cooperation at International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT)
- Police Chief Inspector Allan Cabanlong – Chief, Web Services and Cyber Security Division at National Police Force, The Philippines
- Slava Borilin – Business Development Director, Critical Infrastructure at Kaspersky Lab
- Yoko Nitta – Associate Fellow, Research Institute of Science and Technology for Society (RISTEX) at Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
- Yurie Ito – Chair at Asia Pacific Computer Emergency Response Team (AP-CERT)
- Zhang Teng – Engineer at China Emergency Response Team (CNCERT)
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