CYBER RISK INSIGHTS
The Cyber Risk Meetup is back! More than 120 members meet regularly every quarter to hear from esteemed industry panels and our Executive leaders. This time, we have joined forces with the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) and we have prepared something very special for all our Cyber Riskers members this July. With the ever changing landscape of our digital world, it is important to continually equip our community with the various aspects of managing Cyber Risks. Cyber Risk can exist in an almost limitless number of forms, ranging from natural disasters, or catastrophic accidental events, to the external malicious and calculated attacks, to even the insider threat or human mistakes.
In this Cyber Risk Meetup's session, we will hear from a number of speakers who have taken the time out to share their observations and experiences. Due to the venue capacity, we can only cap the registrations to 100 pax this time, so RSVP ASAP to avoid missing out!
19 July 2019, Friday
7pm to 7.30pm
Networking & Refreshments
To kickstart the night, have a chat with our GRC expert
at the Geek Counter!
7.30pm to 7.45pm
Session 1: Through the Lens of CSA
An introduction to CSA and its various functions for attendees to better
understand its role as the national cybersecurity authority.
7.45pm to 8pm
Session 2: CISO Insights
A sneak peek into the newly published 'Cyber Risk Leaders' book -
revealing some of the effective strategies of our global CISOs
8pm to 8.30pm
Session 3: Understanding the Drone Threat
- A Hacker's Perspective
8.30pm to 9pm
Session 4: Through the Lens of our Defenders
What companies are doing to deal with current threat landscape -
a deep dive into the role of the Red Team VS. Blue Team
Choon Bong Wong
Ecosystem Development Division
Red Team Lead
Executive Advisor, APAC |
Published Author of
Country Head - SEA
Cyber Risk Meetup
NATIONAL PARTNER & SPONSOR
Wong Choon Bong currently leads the Manpower Development team and the Strategic Resources and Policy Office in the Ecosystem Development Division of CSA. He is responsible for manpower development policies and programmes aimed at enhancing the talent pipeline and professional development of cybersecurity professionals in Singapore. Prior to joining CSA, he was a Deputy Director in the Cybersecurity & Resilience Division in the Ministry of Communications and Information.
Shamane Tan works with C-Suite executives to ascertain the best approach for uplifting the corporate security posture and managing cyber risk in a digital age. She is the author of the book 'Cyber Risk Leaders' which is a CISO handbook containing rich insights from 30+ CxOs across industries, from all over the world on modern day Cyber Security challenges. She is also the founder of Cyber Risk meetup which has 1,800 members across Australia and Singapore. Her events offer security enthusiasts and executives an important platform to impart and exchange innovative insights. Shamane is also a huge advocate and business champion for cyber risk professionals and actively encourages people to look for new ways to take a step forward.
Mohamed Noordin is the Country Head, SEA at Privasec, a leading Cybersecurity Consulting firm. He has over 16 years of experience in diverse roles ranging from Cybersecurity, IT/Operational Audits, Compliance, Investigations and Forensics. He started his career with the Singapore Police Force (SPF) and then worked in companies such as Ernst & Young and Barclays. He took up a role after as an expatriate with an oil and gas company in the middle east to help set up and formalise the Special Investigations team, which later became the Ethics & Compliance section within the Internal Audit department. Noordin came back to Singapore as an Associate Director with the Cybersecurity team in KPMG where he led cybersecurity services for the government sector and was also the privacy service line lead. He also headed the internal IT Security team as Deputy CISO and DPO in KPMG Singapore and its regional offices. At the start of 2018, he took up a role to head cybersecurity and infrastructure in NTUC Link, and led the Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence (CoE) function in NTUC Enterprise across the group. Noordin is also the co-founder of PhishNow – a SaaS and subscription-based Phishing Simulator.
Saeid Atabaki is a targeted attack specialist who possesses extensive experience in managing stealth operations and combating highly secured environment. Saeid brings hands-on expertise and defensive mindset from attacker perspective. Prior to joining the bank, he has successfully designed and implemented various security projects for large companies in various industries across Asia Pacific region. Saeid has a B.Sc. in Information Systems Security and has obtained major relevant certifications.