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SINCON 2018 CXO Breakfast Seminar

Date/Time: 24 May 2018 (Thu), 8am—10am

Venue: Stamford Ballroom (VIP Lounge), Raffles City Convention Centre, 80 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189560

A by-invitation event for C-suites and senior officers from both the public and private sectors.

Leaders and experts of various cybersecurity domains will come together to share and discuss cutting-edge techniques and solutions, and real-life scenarios and considerations in securing critical information infrastructure (CII) and business cyberspace.

Join the leaders and experts in an insightful session over an exquisite breakfast, and learn how to manage next-generation risks, threats, and vulnerabilities.





Welcome & Opening Address

by Adrian Mahieu & Emil Tan, Organisers & Founders, Infosec In the City (IIC), SINCON


Opening Address

by Teo Chin Hock, Deputy Chief Executive (Development), Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA)


Smart Cities, Slings & Arrows by Dave Lewis, Security Advocate, Akamai Technologies

Security is a necessity of the Internet of Things (IoT). However, there is underlying mistrust in the black box ecosystem. The data of the IoT needs to be securely stored, delivered and managed. There is a very real need to ensure that the APIs and the associated portals are secured as well. From wearables to oil wells, we need to ensure that security is not overlooked.


Cyber Crime Trend by Charles Lim, Regional Director, South East Asia, RSA

Ever thought how much is your email account worth in the dark web? Or accounts that were lost in data breaches? Come and take a look at what are the current and new trends in the dark web.


Colouring the Venn Diagram — Securing Beyond the Techie Comfort Zone by Lawrence Loh, Digital Shadows

Security efforts have been traditionally focused on the technical elements of the corporate assets. In this session, we'll explore how to effectively identify risk areas and how they could be addressed beyond the technical elements.


Work Smarter: Identifying & Prioritising the Most Critical Cyber Threat by Nick Banks, Senior Vice President, Cortex Insight

Threats facing cyberspace have never been greater. Corporates and government agencies need to identify cyber threats, take steps needed to address them and — uniquely — prioritise them in a form completely tailored to the organisation's operational environment to mitigate and manage cyber risks. In this session, we'll discuss how we can deliver through threat modelling to provide context and direct resources appropriately.


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