Singapore Summit
Hybrid Summit June 7 - 8, 2022
This hybrid summit's agenda will cover Zero Trust, IAM, Ransomware, Privacy, Fraud, Payments, IoT, Cryptocurrency, End Point Protection, Cloud Security and more.
ISMG's agendas provide actionable education and exclusive networking opportunities with your peers and our subject matter expert speakers.
Mark Johnston
Head of Security, Google Cloud, Asia Pacific
Google Cloud
Venkatesh Subramaniam
Global CISO & Privacy Head
Olam International
Geetha Nandikotkur
Managing Editor & Conference Chair, Asia & Middle East
ISMG
Steven SIM Kok Leong
President-ISACA
Singapore Chapter
Sim has worked for 23 years in the cybersecurity field with large end-user enterprises and critical infrastructures, undertaken global CISO role, driven security governance and management initiatives and headed incident response, security architecture, technology and operations at local, regional and...
Suparna Goswami
Associate Editor
ISMG
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Cybersecurity 2021: Enterprise Security Game Plan for CISOs in Fighting Threats

COVID-19 has resulted in increased digitization across sectors, with the enterprise cybersecurity leaders suddenly finding themselves tasked with securing a new hybrid workforce and defending their largest-ever attack surface. The trend has led to data proliferation, and organizations struggle to handle the sheer volume of data in this new regime. What are the threats to watch and technologies to embrace during the pandemic and beyond, particularly when the abundance of valuable information has captured subversive elements' attention? At the same time, cybercriminals have breached networks and compromised millions of records, not only causing revenue losses but impacting brand reputation?

Enterprises consider 2021 to be the decade of digital trust as the CISOs expect cybersecurity to have a tremendous impact on the nation's critical infrastructure.

This exclusive keynote session describes:

  • Changing threat landscape and lessons from the pandemic;
  • Key priorities for CISOs 2021 - identity and access management, cloud, data protection, and regulations;
  • A collaborative approach to building skills and techniques to achieve "future-proof" enterprise security.
  • 09:15 AM
  • 09:44 AM
Critically Secure - 'Zero Trust' Approach to Securing Your Critical Information Infrastructure

The US Homeland Security defined 16 critical sectors for cybersecurity as part of Homeland Security Directive 7 in 2003. Subsequently, regions across South East Asia has passed cybersecurity regulations that cover government, healthcare, financial institutions, energy, transport and telecommunications, and water utilities as Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) backbone for countries' growth. The recent cybersecurity incidents against the critical infrastructures such as Colonial Pipeline in the USA or Waimato hospital chain in New Zealand highlight the benefits of a 'zero trust' in critical infrastructure. This is critical, which helps in securing the blind spots which you don't want attackers to see. Security experts intend to leverage 'zero trust' to modernize legacy systems, enhance productivity, and integrate with interconnected devices to provide secure access.

The session discusses:

  • An overview of recent breaches in 2021 - where traditional IT architecture failed
  • 'Zero Trust' architecture in new NIST hardening guidelines and ISO standards
  • Enterprise and device visibility with granulated 'Zero trust' in hyper-converged critical infrastructure and challenges therein.
  • 09:45 AM
  • 10:14 AM
Building Trust in a Digital Transformation Journey: The Role of a CISO

While corporate strategies around digital transformation drive good business outcomes, cybersecurity threats are amplified by the ongoing pandemic and the emergence of new technologies such as IoT and cloud momentum. How can security leaders avoid obstacles and become catalysts for change and deliver business value and mitigate risks arising from this digital transformation? How can they ensure security and privacy in their digital transformation journey, and what are the various aspects that need to be kept in mind to ensure business continuity.

This session discusses CISOs role:

  • In protecting the identity in the digital transformation journey;
  • How to begin the journey of digital trust;
  • Using right technologies to ensure security and ease of doing business.
  • 10:15 AM
  • 10:44 AM

This hybrid summit's agenda will cover Zero Trust, IAM, Ransomware, Privacy, Fraud, Payments, IoT, Cryptocurrency, End Point Protection, Cloud Security and more.
ISMG's agendas provide actionable education and exclusive networking opportunities with your peers and our subject matter expert speakers.

Mark Johnston
Head of Security, Google Cloud, Asia Pacific
Google Cloud
Venkatesh Subramaniam
Global CISO & Privacy Head
Olam International
Geetha Nandikotkur
Managing Editor & Conference Chair, Asia & Middle East
ISMG
Steven SIM Kok Leong
President-ISACA
Singapore Chapter
Sim has worked for 23 years in the cybersecurity field with large end-user enterprises and critical infrastructures, undertaken global CISO role, driven security governance and management initiatives and headed incident response, security architecture, technology and operations at local, regional and...
Suparna Goswami
Associate Editor
ISMG

View Agenda
Cybersecurity 2021: Enterprise Security Game Plan for CISOs in Fighting Threats

COVID-19 has resulted in increased digitization across sectors, with the enterprise cybersecurity leaders suddenly finding themselves tasked with securing a new hybrid workforce and defending their largest-ever attack surface. The trend has led to data proliferation, and organizations struggle to handle the sheer volume of data in this new regime. What are the threats to watch and technologies to embrace during the pandemic and beyond, particularly when the abundance of valuable information has captured subversive elements' attention? At the same time, cybercriminals have breached networks and compromised millions of records, not only causing revenue losses but impacting brand reputation?

Enterprises consider 2021 to be the decade of digital trust as the CISOs expect cybersecurity to have a tremendous impact on the nation's critical infrastructure.

This exclusive keynote session describes:

  • Changing threat landscape and lessons from the pandemic;
  • Key priorities for CISOs 2021 - identity and access management, cloud, data protection, and regulations;
  • A collaborative approach to building skills and techniques to achieve "future-proof" enterprise security.
  • 09:15 AM
  • 09:44 AM
Critically Secure - 'Zero Trust' Approach to Securing Your Critical Information Infrastructure

The US Homeland Security defined 16 critical sectors for cybersecurity as part of Homeland Security Directive 7 in 2003. Subsequently, regions across South East Asia has passed cybersecurity regulations that cover government, healthcare, financial institutions, energy, transport and telecommunications, and water utilities as Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) backbone for countries' growth. The recent cybersecurity incidents against the critical infrastructures such as Colonial Pipeline in the USA or Waimato hospital chain in New Zealand highlight the benefits of a 'zero trust' in critical infrastructure. This is critical, which helps in securing the blind spots which you don't want attackers to see. Security experts intend to leverage 'zero trust' to modernize legacy systems, enhance productivity, and integrate with interconnected devices to provide secure access.

The session discusses:

  • An overview of recent breaches in 2021 - where traditional IT architecture failed
  • 'Zero Trust' architecture in new NIST hardening guidelines and ISO standards
  • Enterprise and device visibility with granulated 'Zero trust' in hyper-converged critical infrastructure and challenges therein.
  • 09:45 AM
  • 10:14 AM
Building Trust in a Digital Transformation Journey: The Role of a CISO

While corporate strategies around digital transformation drive good business outcomes, cybersecurity threats are amplified by the ongoing pandemic and the emergence of new technologies such as IoT and cloud momentum. How can security leaders avoid obstacles and become catalysts for change and deliver business value and mitigate risks arising from this digital transformation? How can they ensure security and privacy in their digital transformation journey, and what are the various aspects that need to be kept in mind to ensure business continuity.

This session discusses CISOs role:

  • In protecting the identity in the digital transformation journey;
  • How to begin the journey of digital trust;
  • Using right technologies to ensure security and ease of doing business.
  • 10:15 AM
  • 10:44 AM

Speaker Interviews

June 7 - 8, 2022

Singapore Summit