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!

PROGRAM

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

SPEAKERS

Choon Bong Wong

Deputy Director

Ecosystem Development Division

CSA

Session 1

Saeid Atabaki

Red Team Lead

Local Bank

Session 4

 

Shamane Tan

Executive Advisor, APAC |

Published Author of

'Cyber Risk Leaders'

Session 2

Md Noordin

Country Head - SEA

Privasec

Session 3

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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.

 

MANAGING CYBER RISK

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 Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) and we have prepared something very special for all our Cyber Riskers members this May. 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. We also have a great panel lineup sharing their techniques on how they have brought Cyber Risk matters up to the Board. Due to the venue capacity, we can only cap the registrations to 100 pax this time, so RSVP ASAP to avoid missing out!

PROGRAM

29 May, 2019, Wednesday

5.15pm to 6.00pm

Networking & Refreshments

To kickstart the night, have a chat with our ISMS expert

at the Geek Bar!

6pm to 6.20pm

Session 1: Cyber insurance – Good Guy? Bad Guy? Friend or Foe?

What current market trends could mean for the Info-Security sector

6.20pm to 6.40m

Session 2: Cyber Risk: What it was. What it is. What it’s becoming.

The actors, the motivation and the impact.

6.40pm to 7pm

Session 3: For all the Cyber Geeks - What aspects of Risk should we focus on?

7pm to 7.30pm

Panel Talk: Meet your Cyber Risk Leaders

'The Art of speaking to the Board'

7.30pm to 8.00pm

Networking continues!

SPEAKERS

Edward Wong

Regional Director -

Tech, Media & Communications

Howden Group

Session 1

Theo Nassiokas

Director, APAC Cyber & Information Security (CISO)

Barclays

Session 2

Dr. Magda Chelly

CISO/ MD

Responsible Cyber Pte. Ltd.

Session 3

PANEL

Shamane Tan (Moderator)

Executive Advisor, APAC

Privasec &

Author of 'Cyber Risk Leaders'

Theo Nassiokas

Director, APAC Cyber &

Information Security (CISO)

Barclays

Venkatesh Subramaniam

Global CISO

Olam International Ltd.

Darren Argyle

Global Head of Information and

Cyber Security Officer | CISO Office

Standard Chartered Bank

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Theo Nassiokas is a technology risk and regulatory focused security leader with over 20 years of diverse experience, with accountability ranging from law enforcement and criminal intelligence to risk and security strategy and policy development and implementation within government and more recently, financial services organisations across Asia-Pacific. An acknowledged authority in the areas of security, risk, compliance and cybercrime, Theo has publicly spoken on these topics on many occasions.

Theo holds an MBA (Tech Mgt) from La Trobe University and is Board Certified in Security Management (CPP) by ASIS International and a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) by ISACA. Specialties: Security & Investigations: Information Security, Intellectual Property (IP) Protection, Commercial Counter-Espionage and Cybercrime and Internal Investigations. Information Technology: Technology Risk, IT Security, Data Leak Prevention (DLP), Payment Card Industry – Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) and Sarbanes Oxley (SOx). Legal & Risk Management: Strong focus on interpreting and advising on banking technology regulations in North & South East Asia – the region with the highest regulator concentration globally for banking.

Venkatesh Subramaniam is the Global CISO of Olam International where he is responsible for oversight of the entire security program spanning over 70 countries. He has over 25 years of experience in information security and management, and has worked in diverse areas of security in critical sectors including finance and telecom, and in Fortune 50 companies globally.

 

Venkatesh was earlier the Global CISO and Business Continuity Head of a leading US based mortgage servicer. He has also in a prior role been the CISO of one of the largest telecommunications companies, and also headed their Business Continuity program and Privacy Offices. He is a frequent speaker in security conferences and has won several awards in information security. Venkatesh has a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from Jadavpur University(Gold Medallist), an MBA from FMS Delhi, and an Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Boston University.

Magda Lilia Chelly is the co-founder of a cybersecurity marketplace Responsible Cyber and an identity wallet Secucial.Both companies are based in Singapore, however Magda spends most of her time within her clients’ offices, as she is also a CISO On Demand. With her expertise, and technical background Magda provides a 360 degrees cyber security support for companies; from governance to incident management, she coordinates and builds resilient businesses. Magda’ latest two projected covered the roles of an ISO Lead Implementer for a Fortune 500 and a business information security officer role for a MAS regulated Fortune 500 company covering 13 countries in Asia Pacific. Magda speaks five languages fluently and has a PhD in Telecommunication Engineering with a subsequent specialization in cyber security and a CISSP. She also was recently nominated as global leader of the year at a TOP 50 cyber security influencer globally, TOP 30 women leaders in cyber security, as well as TOP 58 Women In Cyber Security to Follow on Twitter and TOP 20 Cyber Security Experts.

Edward Wong has a background in technology, media, and telecommunications. He champions Howden's regional cyber risk insurance practice in APAC. His sector engagements include, but not limited to -attraction, aerospace, media & entertainment, financial services, retail, hospitality, cloud providers, telcos, IT, and manufacturing. He also develops partnerships that help clients to enhance their cyber risk management. As well as hosting and speaking at cyber risk seminars, he has moderated expert panel discussions. In his previous role at a global telco, he managed communications across a variety of teams in ICT services, cyber security, corporate venture, data analytics, and crisis response. Before that, he had worked on a spectrum of government-led digital strategies to develop Singapore's Infocomm-Media industry locally and regionally.

Shamane Tan 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 1,500 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. 

Darren Argyle is an accomplished executive with close to 20 years international cyber risk and security experience. He was recently appointed as Ambassador for the Global Cyber Alliance in recognition of his collaborative work advising small businesses on critical measures they can apply to defend against cyber-attacks. Darren is also currently serving on the executive advisory board for cyber at Australia's Deakin University and is the Global Head, Information and Cyber Security Officer at Standard Chartered Bank, based in Singapore. He is the former Group Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Qantas Airlines and, before coming to live in Australia, the former Chief Security Officer at IHS Markit, a global FinTech headquartered in the UK. He has also held various senior international cyber security leadership roles at Symantec and IBM.

 

In 2016, Darren featured on the front cover of SC Magazine (an award-winning cybersecurity media publication) then, in 2017, was named in the top 100 Chief Information Security Officers globally, and, in 2018, was listed in the top 100 IT security influencers globally. This year he co-founded and launched a new business called Cyber Resilience, which delivers executive cyber leadership programs to support the next generation of cyber leaders and emerging CISO’s. www.cyberresilience.com.au

 

Darren can be found online on Twitter D_Argyle and LinkedIn https://uk.linkedin.com/in/darrenargyle

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JustCo, 120 Robinson Road, #15-01, Singapore 068913

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Privasec has built a phenomenal reputation for helping our clients keep the bad guys out. We are so successful because of what we do best - breaking into these companies first and retrieving their highly classified information. Don’t worry, we have good reasons to do it. 

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to break into a building? Would you like to access the hidden world of a rogue intruder? You are in for a treat as Privasec’s Chief Offensive Officer, and leader of the Red Team, reveals some surprising discoveries from actual Red Team attacks. 

After our keynote presentation, we will have a panel session with renowned industry experts – each one will be sharing their own stories and experiences. 

This November come meet the hacker who attacks to protect as well as a specially curated panel of industry experts. Enjoy great food and drinks on us as you connect with other professionals from ICE71, the region’s 1st cybersecurity entrepreneur hub. 
Tickets are complimentary and participants can earn 2 CPE credits for attending.

PROGRAM

1st November 2018, Thursday

7pm to 7.30pm

Dinner & Drinks

7.30pm to 8pm

Secrets of the Hacker Revealed

By Karan Khosla

8pm to 8.30pm

Panel Session

8.30pm to 8.40pm

Giveaways

8.40pm to 9pm

Closing & Networking Drinks

Keynote Speaker

Karan Khosla

Chief Offensive Officer,

Privasec

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Steve Ng

Lead, Digital Operations &

Platforms, Mediacorp

David Robinson

CTO,

STT Connect

Shamane Tan

APAC Cyber Security Advisor,

Panel Moderator

Viktor Pozgay

CISO,

Avaloq Sourcing APAC

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Karan Khosla is the Co-founder of Privasec, a leading independent Security Consulting Firm with offices in Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. As the Chief Offensive Officer, he provides expert information security consultation services to mid-market and enterprise companies from various industry verticals such as Retail, Health, Banking and Financial Services. Karan holds many qualifications, some of which include OSCP, CISSP, ISO 27001:2013 Lead Auditor, PCI DSS QSA, as well as a Masters in Information Technology.  

 

Steve Ng is a strategic visionary leader with a career in bringing new technologies and solutions into enterprise environments. In his current role with Mediacorp, Steve reviews new and exciting cybersecurity solutions using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Behavioral and Pattern Recognition to quickly identify, isolate and neutralize new threats. More recently, Steve has been involved with Blockchain technology with startups and enterprise use cases.

David Robinson is the Chief Technology Officer at STT Connect. He is responsible for defining and executing the technical strategy, technology evangelism and thought leadership with STT Connect customers, partners and communities. He has close to three decades of deep experience in designing, building and managing virtual and cloud infrastructure for large global enterprises covering infrastructure design and integration, platform and application migration and consolidation. Also adept in delivery and security operations, David has worked in the financial, mining, state and federal governments, and public sectors in the Asia Pacific and the US. A well-regarded speaker in the IT industry, David is a die-hard technologist and compulsive problem solver who is passionate on building cost-effective, horizontally scalable and fully automated fault-tolerant systems. 

Viktor Pozgay is responsible for strategic leadership of Avaloq’s Cyber security program in Asia Pacific.  Prior to joining Avaloq, Viktor led the Information Risk and Security Delivery Management for HP’s Enterprise Services, across its Asia Pacific & Japan region with responsibility for security services relationships with clients and ensuring delivery excellence across Enterprise Security Services. In his previous assignments, Viktor held leadership roles in HP’s Global Delivery organization focusing on global delivery for key accounts in EMEA and acting as key contributor to startup and maturation of Global Delivery centers in EMEA 
 
Viktor has 15 years of experience in information risk, security and service management in a global setting across multiple industries. He is currently based in Singapore. Viktor holds a Master’s Degree in Telecommunications from Slovak University of Technology. 
 

Shamane Tan is the Cyber Security Advisor at Privasec, a leading independent Security Consulting Firm and PCI QSA Company. In her previous roles, she has worked with exciting start-ups all the way to global organisations extensively across Singapore, Malaysia, and Australia. Shamane advises the C-Suite and IT Executives on the reality of the challenges they faced from the regulatory issues to cybercrime. This led her to take up this APAC role with Privasec and provide advice to businesses on uplifting their Security posture. Shamane has a passion for disruptive technologies and human factor and is the founder of the Cyber Risk meetups across Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore. The meetups offer Security Enthusiasts and Executives a unique platform to impart and exchange innovative insights. Shamane is also a huge advocate and champion for the InfoSec professionals and is keen to encourage more people to take the step forward in the world of Cyber.

Privasec is a leading provider of Cyber Security Services to Government, Financial Services, Retail, IT, Health, Entertainment and Not-for-Profit sectors. Privasec GRC are the specialists in Governance, Risk and Compliance including ISO 27001, IRAP Assessments and PCI DSS. Privasec RED are leaders in Red Team Attack simulations, Physical Intrusions, Theft simulations, Open Source Intelligence Gathering (OSINT), Social Engineering, Phishing and Drone Security. We believe in partnering with our customers and building long-lasting relationships, integrity and care. We build our success on trust and are completely vendor agnostic. We hold numerous accreditation and are ISO27001:2013 certified. With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland, we are on several State and Federal Government panels. More about Privasec: Website

ICE71 ‘Innovation Cybersecurity Ecosystem at Block71’ is the region’s first cybersecurity entrepreneur hub. Founded by Singtel Innov8, the corporate venture capital unit of Singtel, and the National University of Singapore (NUS), through its entrepreneurial arm NUS Enterprise, we aim to strengthen Singapore’s growing cybersecurity ecosystem by attracting and developing competencies and deep technologies to help mitigate the rapidly increasing cybersecurity risks in the region.

Supported by the CSA and the IMDA, we are Singapore’s first integrated cybersecurity entrepreneur hub, supporting and developing early and growth stage cybersecurity entrepreneurs and startups from around the world.

We run a range of programmes designed to support cybersecurity individuals and startups from idea development to the creation, acceleration and scaling of cybersecurity startups. In addition, through our ICE71 community we will provide startups with go-to-market access, introductions to corporates and channel partners. More about ICE71: Website

JustCo is Singapore’s largest co-working space in the Central Business District (CBD). JustCo was established to meet the growing demand for creative, collaborative workspaces integrating lifestyle, community and technology into the work environment. 
It offers an open and dynamic environment which includes an expansive common area for networking and collaboration, as well as a games room for clients to relax and unwind. Clients have the flexibility of getting a desk or a dedicated and secured studio space with access to all shared facilities. More about JustCo: Website

 

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JustCo Robinson, 120 Robinson Road #15-01, Singapore 068913

Cyber Riskers, after an overwhelming response and positive feedback of our last event, we have decided to go against the grain of our quarterly meetups and bring you a surprise this September. We have invited renowned industry experts and thought leaders in Cyber Security for an evening of insightful sharing. They will be addressing current affairs and tips on Privacy, Data Breaches & Cyber Security. Participants can earn 2 CPE credits for attending.

PROGRAM

11th September 2018, Tuesday

7pm to 7.30p.m

Networking & Refreshments

7.30p.m to 7.50p.m

A 360 View on Transformation of the

Cyber Security & Organizational Resilience Posture

By Manan Qureshi

7.50p.m to 8.10p.m

The Silver Bullet - Dealing with your Stakeholders

By Daryl Chew

8.10p.m to 8.30p.m

A Cyber Week in London - GDPR's Ground Zero

By Jane Lo

8.30p.m to 9p.m

Closing & Networking Drinks

SPEAKERS

Manan Qureshi

APAC Head of Security Strategy,

Risk & Compliance Practice, IBM

Daryl Chew

Regional Information

Security Head (APAC),

Anglo American

Jane Lo

Director,

My Security Media

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Manan Qureshi heads the Security Strategy Risk & Compliance Practice for IBM across APAC. In previous tenure, Manan has worked in the leadership roles both on Management Consulting and Client side across APAC, Middle East, Europe and North America. In this capacity he has managed multi-country portfolio across Cyber Security, Organizational Resilience and GRC, in a range of verticals including Finance, Defence, Telecom, Government and R&D. In Riyad Bank, where he was leading the seismic shift in their Cyber Security and Organizational Resilience program and was instrumental in driving convergence across both silos. He also participated in Digitalization Roadmap of the organization that had stringent regulatory requirements (cross-geo operations). At KPMG, Devoteam and others , Manan was also focused on leading Cyber Security & Organizational Resilience areas and led engagements relating to Enterprise Risk Management, Cyber Resilience, Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery, Crisis Management, Governance Risk and Compliance across Financial, Aviation, Oil & Gas, Telco & Defence Sectors. Manan speaks regularly on the speaking circuit across various leading global forums – the last three being the CISO Conference in Dubai, Emerging Cyber Threat Summit in Australia and the RiskSec Conference in Toronto. Manan holds his Bachelors in Computer Engineering from Cyprus- along with other industry specific academic accreditations (BCCE, CISM).

Jane Lo started her career in Canada after graduating from Electrical and Computer Engineering studies, and worked in the City of London for 10 years consulting for Corporates and Banks, before relocating back to Singapore. Outside of work, she is a marathon runner and enjoys spending time with friends and family. Her experience included using data predictive analytics for fraud at global financial institutions (Deustche Bank, JP Morgan) and advisory to financial institutions with PriceWaterHouseCoopers.  Her key Cyber Security publications include Chinese New Year Heist, Cyber Security of Assets in the InterConnected Era.

Daryl Chew has over 11 years of experience in cyber security around governance, risk and compliance, incident response and forensics, and ethical hacking. He began his career in a technical support role with an Australian ISP. Shortly after he joined the Cyber Security Advisory practice in Ernst & Young Singapore holding a significant portfolio in the government and financial services sectors for over 8 years, establishing himself as a trusted advisor. Armed with this experience, Daryl then ventured into security operations with a local systems integrator company where he was appointed to drive security governance, balancing the needs of both operational and managerial stakeholders. Currently, Daryl is the APAC Regional Informational Security Head for Anglo American where he is part of a global team establishing and integrating the information security function into the business.

Privasec is a leading provider of Cyber Security Services to Government, Financial Services, Retail, IT, Health, Entertainment and Not-for-Profit sectors. Privasec GRC are the specialists in Governance, Risk and Compliance including ISO 27001, IRAP Assessments and PCI DSS. Privasec RED are leaders in Red Team Attack simulations, Physical Intrusions, Theft simulations, Open Source Intelligence Gathering (OSINT), Social Engineering, Phishing and Drone Security. We believe in partnering with our customers and building long-lasting relationships, integrity and care. We build our success on trust and are completely vendor agnostic. We hold numerous accreditation and are ISO27001:2013 certified. With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland, we are on several State and Federal Government panels. More about Privasec: Website

JustCo is Singapore’s largest co-working space in the Central Business District (CBD). It was established to meet the growing demand for creative, collaborative workspaces integrating lifestyle, community and technology into the work environment. It offers an open and dynamic environment which includes an expansive common area for networking and collaboration, as well as a games room for clients to relax and unwind. Clients have the flexibility of getting a desk or a dedicated and secured studio space with access to all shared facilities. More about JustCo: Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

 THE FUTURE OF CYBER 

JustCo, 120 Robinson Road #15-01, Singapore 068913

Yes, we have heard you. Yes, we know that good things are meant to be shared. So yes, we are finally in Singapore!! You know what you need to do. Now, keep the 3rd of July free!

 

Get excited for a very special and exclusive one night only where all your industry experts are gathered in the same room. Meet with the APAC Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Security Officer and the APAC Head of Security Intelligence in a panel segment. Hear from Ted-talk style presenters on artificial intelligence and how Cyber is evolving with it. 

PROGRAM

7pm to 7.30pm

Food & Networking Drinks

7.30pm to 8pm

Panel Discussion addressing the Impact of the Bill

Ian Yip, APAC CTO at McAfee, Ricardo Gonçalves, APAC Head of Security Intelligence at Barclays Group & Prashant Haldankar, Co-founder at Privasec

8pm to 8.05pm

Break

8.05 to 8.20pm

Ted-Talk Session 1: Are You Feeding The Phish?

By Mohamed Noordin, CISO at NTUC Link

8.20pm to 8.35pm

Ted-Talk Session 2: Cyber Security & AI: A New Paradigm?

By Charles Crouspeyre, Head of Accenture's Artificial Intelligence ASEAN practice

8.35pm to 9pm

Wrap up & Networking

SPEAKERS

Ian Yip

APAC CTO, McAfee

Ricardo Gonçalves

APAC Head of Security Intelligence, Barclays Group

Prashant Haldankar 

Co-Founder, Privasec

Shamane Tan

Panel Moderator,

APAC Cyber Security Advisor, Privasec

Mohamed Noordin

CISO, NTUC Link

Charles Crouspeyre

Director, Accenture Applied Intelligence ASEAN 

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Ian Yip has worked with organisations globally on Cyber Security initiatives and projects. He has held a variety of leadership roles across Europe and Asia Pacific in some of the world’s leading companies, including McAfee, Ernst & Young, IBM, CA Technologies and NetIQ. In addition to being a published author, Ian has built, led and managed teams with multi-million dollar sales, delivered major cyber transformation programs & engagements, delivered keynote presentations at industry & corporate events, been interviewed & quoted in the media.

 

Ricardo Gonçalves joined Barclays in 2017 to head their APAC security intelligence efforts. Before that, Ricardo worked for the last 3.5 years with Commonwealth Bank of Australia shaping the internal cyber intelligence function and working next to the IR and CyberCrime teams. His tasks would range from executive communication to dissecting malware web-injects. A key aspect of his role was the creation of a solid (and fruitful) network between law enforcement, industry peers, and internal business stakeholders. Outside of work, Ricardo likes to contribute back to the community by volunteering his time to security-focused not-for-profit organisations.

Prashant Haldankar is a Co-Founder at Privasec which is an independent security consulting firm. He gained extensive IT security experience within Australia and internationally and overall has over 15 years of experience in information technology and information security. He has worked in various roles in Australia and overseas, in Senior positions for government, private sectors and consultancy firms to establish and implement information security strategies and frameworks.  He has planned, managed and developed security assessment and audit methodology in Australia and internationally to achieve security compliance objectives for global organisations. He is also a Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Qualified Security Assessor (PCI QSA) and has successfully assisted many merchant organisations and service providers to achieve and maintain PCI DSS compliance. 

Shamane Tan is the Cyber Security Advisor at Privasec, a premium Australian Security Consulting Firm and PCI QSA Company. In her previous roles, she has worked with exciting start-ups all the way to global organisations extensively across Singapore, Malaysia, and Australia. Shamane advises the C-Suite and IT Executives on the reality of the challenges they faced from the regulatory issues to cybercrime. This led her to take up this APAC role with Privasec and provide advice to businesses on uplifting their Security posture. Shamane has a passion for disruptive technologies and human factor and is the founder of the Cyber Risk meetups across Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore. The meetups offer Security Enthusiasts and Executives a unique platform to impart and exchange innovative insights. As member of the Australian Women in Security Network (AWSN), Shamane is also a huge advocate and champion for women in IT Security and is keen to encourage more people to take the step forward in the world of Cyber.

Mohamed Noordin 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 concurrently leads 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.

Charles Crouspeyre has 11 years of experience in the Artificial Intelligence field where he has successfully implemented Machine Learning solutions across multiple industries: Homeland Security & Military, Fintech, Advertisement etc. Charles has been living in South East Asia for the last 6 years where he has created 2 startups (one focused on predictive maintenance for the Oil & Gas industry - in Singapore and Indonesia, one on fraud detection and credit scoring for unbanked populations - in Singapore and Philippines). Prior to joining Accenture, he was leading the Innovation Centre of a multinational Advertisement company.

Privasec is a leading provider of Cyber Security Services to Government, Financial Services, Retail, IT, Health, Entertainment and Not-for-Profit sectors. Privasec GRC are the specialists in Governance, Risk and Compliance including ISO 27001, IRAP Assessments and PCI DSS. Privasec RED are leaders in Red Team Attack simulations, Physical Intrusions, Theft simulations, Open Source Intelligence Gathering (OSINT), Social Engineering, Phishing and Drone Security. We believe in partnering with our customers and building long-lasting relationships, integrity and care. We build our success on trust and are completely vendor agnostic. We hold numerous accreditation and are ISO27001:2013 certified. With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland, we are on several State and Federal Government panels.

JustCo is Singapore’s largest co-working space in the Central Business District (CBD). JustCo was established to meet the growing demand for creative, collaborative workspaces integrating lifestyle, community and technology into the work environment. 
It offers an open and dynamic environment which includes an expansive common area for networking and collaboration, as well as a games room for clients to relax and unwind. Clients have the flexibility of getting a desk or a dedicated and secured studio space with access to all shared facilities.

 

McAfee is the device-to-cloud cybersecurity company. Inspired by the power of working together, McAfee creates business and consumer solutions that make our world a safer place. For businesses, McAfee helps orchestrate holistic cybersecurity environments that work smarter, not harder. For consumers, McAfee helps by securing their digital lifestyle at home and away.

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