Looming cyberthreats in 2022 – Tipping the scale in your favour
About this event
Cybersecurity is a cross-industry subject. Cybercriminals recognise no borders, cultures and in some cases fear no authorities, and have caused tremendous economic and reputational damage – in good times and in bad. One US insurance company paid US$40 million in ransom to hackers in May 2021.
In 2020, cybercrime accounted for 43% of all crimes in Singapore. Given Singapore’s status as an international financial centre, expect the threat will continue in 2022 even as the city accelerates its digital agenda.
With data exfiltration (86%), ransomware attacks (80%) and vulnerability of unpatched systems (80%) as the top three security concerns of Singapore businesses, what should organizations do to reap the opportunities of a recovering economy while mitigating the risks that come with a more digitally connected society?
This April 27, FutureCIO, in partnership with BeyondTrust, invite you to a strategic planning session to cover four aspects that will decide your organization’s future today:
- How organizations are meeting legal and regulatory frameworks
- The role of cybersecurity in supporting digital transformation
- Getting buy-in from the board on your cybersecurity strategy
- How technology can support your cybersecurity culture and training
The goal is to provide a holistic platform to enable you to answer the biggest concern leadership asks of itself today: Does my business have adequate cyber resilience and effectiveness?
Who Should Attend?
- Heads of IT / IT Directors
- Heads of IT Security / IT Security Directors
In partnership with:
|9:30am||Opening Remarks Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY|
|9:35am||Opening Keynote: The (Zero) Trust Gap Scott Hesford, Director of Solutions Engineering, Asia Pacific, BEYONDTRUST|
Panel Discussion: Looming cyberthreats in 2022 – Tipping the scale in your favour
Business email compromises and ransomwares are many company top concerns. Somehow these security issues persist despite companies' best efforts to educate users to recognize the tell-tale signs of a cyber-attack. As a result, they fall prey to social engineering, phishing, lookalike domains, where their credentials are captured. The on-going pandemic has forced companies to adopt remote work, resulting in an enlarged attack surface and a surge of the cyber onslaught on companies.
Alvin Rodrigues, Field Chief Security Officer, INFOBLOX Panelists: Scott Hesford, Director of Solutions Engineering, Asia Pacific, BEYONDTRUST
Sourabh Chitrachar, Regional Vice President/Director - Asia Technology Strategy & Operations, LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE
Ray Lay, Information Security Leader, PAYPAL
Joyce Chua, First Vice President, Enterprise Data Governance, UOB
|10:30am||Ask the Experts|
|10:40am||Closing Remarks Scott Hesford, Director of Solutions Engineering, Asia Pacific, BEYONDTRUST|
|10:45am||End of Event Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY|
Director of Solutions Engineering, Asia Pacific,
Field Chief Security Officer,
Regional Vice President/Director - Asia Technology Strategy & Operations,
LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE
Information Security Leader,
First Vice President, Enterprise Data Governance,