Cybersecurity has become a top-of-mind concern for many IT leaders, especially for CISOs, with the rapid rises in malicious attacks and expanding attack surface areas of organisations. The cybersecurity workshops serve to enable CISOs to gain knowledge in adopting cybersecurity practices and creating a more secure environment for employees as well as customers.
27 October 2016 - CIO Academy Asia hosted a luncheon event on 27 October at the St Regis Hotel about Cyber-resilience with #Fortinet. Passionate views were exchanged about the recent DDOS attack and the lessons we can learn from this saga. Big takeaways on convincing the C-level executives about investing in cybersecurity solutions based on business portfolio risks and the importance of having an info security education framework not only organisation-wide but also on a national level.
Cyber Resiliency Roundtable in Jakarta – Agus Wicaksono, Chevron Indonesia & Setiaji, Jakarta Provincial GovernmentCIO Academy Asia
6 October 2016 - CIO Academy Asia together with Fortinet had a dinner discussion at Raffles Jakarta on 'How CyberResilient are we?' with several C-level executives in Jakarta. Candid views were shared about the existing cybersecurity threat landscape and how organisations should prepare themselves from being attacked. It was unanimously agreed that our defence posture should be driven by our business needs and not from a technology angle. Other issues like cybersecurity policies and frameworks were also discussed. Fortunate to have speakers Pak Setiaji (Head Jakarta Smart City), Pak Agus (GM, IT Chevron) and Alvin (Fortinet, Chief Security Strategist, APAC) to share their insights.
Cyber Resiliency Roundtable in Philippines – Allan S. Cabanlong, Philippine National Police, Nilo Cruz, Development Bank of the Philippines & Regilito Tamayo, Bureau of the TreasuryCIO Academy Asia
31 August 2016 - A select group of CIOs and CISOs gathered in Manila on 31 August 2016 for the first leg of the Cyber-resilience roundtable series hosted by CIO Academy Asia and partnered with Fortinet. Major Allan Cabanlong, Chief, Regional Information Technology Management Office 1 of PNP, kicked start the session by sharing interesting perspectives on his proposal on Cyber Security for the Philippines Government.vv
21 October 2016 - CIO Academy Asia had another eventful session on the topic about Cyber-resilience with Kuala Lumpur’s C-level executives at the breathtaking Nobu restaurant, on the 56th floor of the Petronas Twin Towers. Excellent insights from Dr Solahuddin(Cybersecurity Malaysia), Murari (StanChart) and Alvin (Chief Security Strategist, APAC Fortinet) about the key considerations of Cyber- resilience.