Ensuring System and Data Integrity in the Year of the Advanced Persistent Threat
As governments digitize their operations and services provided to citizens, the importance of ensuring the integrity of Government systems and the data stored on them has never been higher.
This comes at a time when the volume of unique targeted attacks against government, the incidents of data leaks and the number of online and mobile vulnerabilities are all on the rise - How can government protect itself and its private data against the growing cyber threats?
The answer can be found at the 4th Annual Cybersecurity for Government Summit, scheduled to take place on 5th - 6th March 2014 with three in-depth cybersecurity workshops on the 7th March 2014!
This is the platform where senior government IT decision makers from across ASEAN and cybersecurity experts from around the world come to plan their cybersecurity action strategies and examine the cutting-edge issues in the sector, including:
- Preventing data leaks
- Assessing next-generation cybersecurity solutions to counter the increasing volume and sophistication of cyber threats
- Strengthening the human aspects of IT security and best practices for raising IT security within your organization
- Adapting your IT security to counter the risk from "Bring-Your-Own-Device" (BYOD)
Be sure to book your place at the 4th Annual Cybersecurity for Government Asia by 27 December 2013 to take advantage of our early bird deal and be a part of the region's premier cybersecurity event!
Delighted feedback from our past attendees:
“Fantastic and informative conference which shares real issues and experiences on cybersecurity in the Asia region.”Mingu Jumaan, Director, Sabah State Computer Services Department, Malaysia
“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
“As a European government official, I found it especially useful to realize that in some areas, we have to play catch-up with South East Asia on cyber issues.”Laszlo Deak, Special Coordinator on Cyber Issues, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Hungary