Innovations and developments in cyber security to ensure system and data integrity: tackling modern APTs and effective strategies for BYOD and Cloud computing
There are two types of companies: those who have been hacked, and those who don’t know yet that they have been hacked!
John Chambers, Chief Executive Officer, CISCO
Cyber security is now indeed a persistent and a dangerous risk to Government organisations and businesses!
Against rising cyber attacks in the form of APTs, malwares, website defacements and others, government organisations of today face cyber threats like never before. As more and more government departments move towards digitisation of their services, issues such as cloud security and mobile data security in the times of BYOD are becoming paramount.
Your ability to tackle APTs and ensure cloud and mobile security is directly linked to ensuring system and data integrity and preventing losses. Just how do you ensure your websites and data are safe from any modern APTs, malwares and other cyber threats?
The answers can be found at the 5th Annual Cybersecurity for Government Summit, scheduled to take place on 29-31 July 2015 in Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur.
What’s new in 2015?
- Hear the latest policies on cyber security by MAMPU, CyberSecurity, MIMOS, MCMC of the Malaysian Government in the face of modern APTs and cyber terror attacks
- Special emphasis on live case studies on how to tackle cyber terror attacks, modern APTs and learning from failures
- Cyber security experts from Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Laos speaking at the event
- Case studies on advancements in cyber security from Europe, Australia on emerging cyber terror attacks and how to tackle these
- Innovative cyber security technologies roundtable – an opportunity for you to learn about the emerging technologies in cyber security and how to implement these in your organisation
- How to ensure business continuity planning in the wake of a security breach?
Hear What our Past Attendees Have to Say:
"I have learnt a lot with regards to new technology. Will help me to organise and improve security and privacy for my organization related to application and BYOD" - Wan Roshidah Binti Wan Ismail, Under Secretary, Information Management Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Government of Malaysia
"It has been an eye opener on areas such as APTs and the opportunity to know how other countries deal with cybersecurity" - Grace Huong, Principal Assistant Director, ICT Unit, Chief Minister's Department Sarawak
"It has been quite informative and I learnt quite a lot during my time at the event" - Eddie Lee, IT Officer, Prime Minister's Office, Brunei
"The event provided an up-to-the-minute look at important cybersecurity challenges and strategies across the region" - Lyle Wray, Executive Director, Capitol Region Council of Governments, USA