29 - 30 January, 2013, Novotel Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Malaysia
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Dr. Solahudin bin Shamsuddi
Vice President, Cyber Security Malaysia
Ministry Of Science, Technology And Innovation, Malaysia
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, US Government
Vice President Sales
In preparation for our G5 panel, we invite our delegates to poll and vote on a series of trending topics and questions for our panel debate; in which we will answer the questions that YOU want answered from these leading government officials. Using special touch pads, vote for the questions that you want asked and our Chairman will collate the responses and direct these specially prepared questions to our G5 leaders in the panel after the tea break. Put your thinking cap on, because this is your moment to maximise your learning experience at our conference.
The G5 Panel comprises of 5 leading individuals from leading international and regional government agencies, who will be debating—live – the evolving trends and tools in cyber security that are shaping the public sector today. No stone will be left unturned, as we uncover some of the hard facts and harsh realities of cyber threats, and the innovative strategies used to combat these threats within these countries. Moderated by our Chairman, difficult questions will be posed, and truthful insights will be provided in this engaging debate. In addition, delegates will be able to poll their questions through our brand new polling system before the G5 debate begins and contribute to this debate.
Naeem Musa CISOFederal Energy Regulatory Commission, US Government
Dr. Solahudin Shamsuddin Vice President, Cyber Security MalaysiaMinistry Of Science, Technology And Innovation, Malaysia
Dr. Du Yuejin Deputy CTOCNCERT/CC China
Dr. Hasyim Gautama Deputy Director for Information Security Governance Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, IndonesiIndonesia
Alan Cabanlong Head of Cyber SecurityInformation and Communications Technology Office, Philippines
90% of the content found in conferences can be accessed
online, here we bring you the 10% that cannot be found
anywhere else. In these exclusive 1-on-1 live speaker
interviews, we bring you the honest, insightful perspectives of
two C-level government officers—the 10% of information that
you CANNOT get anywhere else.
Keynote Interview with Naeem Musa
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, US Government
National Computer Emergency Response Team and Coordination Centre of China (CNCERT/CC), Chinese Government
Mike Hawkes Chief Scientific Officer MHI Chairman of the Mobile Data Association
You’ve heard from the International Keynotes, now hear the Southeast Asian perspective on cyber security and the measures that governments have been using to enhance protection. This session series is designed to give you the regional perspectives that are essential for you. After each session, there will be 5-10 timeframe for you to submit your questions and key comments to our Chairman, which he will bring them up during the SEA Focussed Discussion.
Head of Cyber Security
Information And Communications Technology Office, Philippines
Head of Risk Management Section, Directorate of Information Security
Ministry Of Communication And Information Technology, Indonesia
This session focuses on the challenges that Laotian government; with a rapidly developing ICT industry and implementation, how does the recently established Laos National Internet Centre deal with increasing cyber attacks on government websites and intellectual property? This session is essential in providing cost-effective and applicable strategies to overcome internet attacks and to secure government websites from hacktivists.
Acting Director of Planning, and Cooperation Division, LANIC Acting Director of International Cooperation Division, LaoCERT
Join in the debate as questions and comparisons will be made
based on the 3 earlier presentations. What are some of the
security challenges that these 3 rapidly developing countries
are facing? What best practices and strategies can be utilised?
How can countries in Southeast Asia learn from each other?
Moreover, you’ve heard their presentations and submitted your
questions, now hear from our SEA discussion leaders themselves.
SEA Discussion Leaders:
Alan Cabanlong Head of Cyber SecurityInformation And Communications Technology Office, Philippines
Yudhistira Nugraha Head of Information Management and RiskMinistry Of Communication And Information Technology, Indonesia
Phavanhna Douamaboupha Acting Director of Planning, and Cooperation Division, LANIC Acting Director of International Cooperation Division, LaoCERT
The Malaysian Government has recently been stepping up its efforts in promoting and enhancing cyber security for its government agencies and ministries. Understand what these policies actually entail from various ministries in Malaysia how they have been faring thus far
Dr. Mingu Jumaan Director, State Computer ServicesSabah State Government
Yazid Ahmad Senior IT OfficerInland Revenue Board Of Malaysia
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