Seeking to address pressing issues pertaining to cybercrimes, governments across the globe are gearing up to protect themselves from cyber attempts on their critical infrastructure.
Now on its third year, Cyber Intelligence Asia will be taking place at the heart of the Philippine capital, Manila, on April 21-24, 2015 at the Heritage Hotel in Pasay City.
Capitalizing on the success of previous events in the series, this four-day cyber security conference will bring together cyber security experts and thought leaders from the government, military, law enforcement bodies, and the private sector.
Key topics in cyber security such as combating cybercrimes against government computer networks; regional cooperation on cyber security; open source security; threat intelligence and identifying vulnerabilities; and protecting government infrastructures and Internet security, among others, will be discussed.
With a roster of highly regarded speakers from the Philippines, including Department of Justice Assistant Secretary Geronimo Sy; SecurityMatters Magazine Editor-in-Chief Ace Esmeralda, CPP; Criminal Litigation and Labor and Employment law expert Atty. Rodrigo Moreno; and Philippine National Police Chief of Web Services and Cyber Security Division C/Insp. Allan Cabanlong, this rare learning opportunity will provide delegates critical know-how on staying one step ahead of cyber threats and knowing what to do when a cyber breaches occur.
Reasons to attend:
- Review the latest cybercrimes in the region
- Discuss the importance of sharing information between governments and the private sector
- Threat Intelligence of cyber attacks on critical infrastructures
- Analyze the latest malware, DDoS and BYOD protection
- Identify the major threats being faced to government institutions
- Network with leading government officials from the Philippines and the region’s other governments
Attendees will likewise benefit from excellent networking opportunities at the reception and exhibition area.
Cyber Intelligence Asia is presented by Intelligence-Sec, a leading fully integrated Conferences and Exhibitions company, in partnership with the Information and Communications Technology Office of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and its official media partner, SecurityMatters Magazine.