Cyber threats are growing in both volume and complexity with organizations’ deployment of new technologies related to big data, mobility, cognitive computing and the Internet of Things (IoT), the race is on for Cybersecurity leaders to secure these systems and devices before fraudsters figure out how to exploit them. Carrying the theme of “Reimaging Cybersecurity in the Next Era of the Digital Age” this year, The CISO Roundtable 2017 will serve as an important platform for CISOs and IT security executives to gain access to the latest threat landscapes and cybersecurity capabilities, to meet with their peers to discuss their proactive strategies to risk management and security operations and discover new and innovative solutions. The roundtable features Visionary Keynote Presentations, Thought Leadership sessions and Experts Sharing on the future cybersecurity imperatives and will also include an in-depth look at how geopolitical situation in cybersecurity is changing, and its potential impact on commercial organizations.
28 November 2017 (Tuesday)
CORDIS HONG KONG
08:15 - 09:00 Registration, Refreshment and Showcase Visit
09:00 - 09:30 Opening Keynote: Cybersecurity in the Next Era of the Digital Age
10:00 - 10:30 Keynote 2: Facing Secure Cloud Era with Citrix Cloud Enablement Platform
10:30 - 11:00 Keynote 3: Next Generation Security – Software Defined Secure Networks
11:00 - 11:15 Morning Networking Coffee Break and Showcase Tour
11:15 - 11:45 Keynote 4: Cyber Attacks Implication on Data Privacy Law
11:45 - 12:15 Keynote 5: Bridging the Gap Between Security and IT to Build Better Security Response
12:15 - 13:00 Executive Insights Panel 1: Staying Secure in the Cloud Revolution
13:00 - 14:15 Networking Luncheon Roundtables (By Invitation Only)
Presentation: ReThink Cybersecurity Strategy in Digital Transformation
14:15 - 15:00 Executive Insights Panel 2: Securing Innovation – Cutting Through the IoT Hype
15:00 - 15:30 Keynote 6: Stay Ahead of Cyber Threats in the Era of Mobile, Cloud and IoT
15:30 - 16:00 Keynote 7: The Big Shift to Secure Digital Transformation
16:00 - 16:30 Keynote 8: Hiding in Plain Sight: The New Cloud Security Gap
16:30 - 16:40 Afternoon Networking Coffee Break and Showcase Tour
16:40 - 17:10 Closing Keynote: Overview of China's New Cybersecurity Law and Its Impact
17:10 Lucky Draw
*This agenda is subject to change without prior notice.
09:30 - 10:00 Keynote 1: A Fully Automated SOC: Fact or Fiction
McKinsey & Company
Harrison Lung, Associate Partner, Business Technology Office, McKinsey & Company.
Harrison Lung is an Associate Partner in the Hong Kong Office of McKinsey and Company. Harrison works with C level executives in Asia, particularly CIOs and CTOs, in the areas of IT and network. His recent McKinsey experience mainly focuses on the telecom sector in Asian emerging markets, particularly in the operations and technology domains, leading projects in areas like IT strategy and organization, architecture, application development and maintenance to infrastructure, including cyber and network security.
Prior to joining McKinsey, Mr. Lung worked in New York City at the global management and technology consulting firm Accenture, where he advised numerous Fortune 500 and Global 2000 clients in a broad range of industries, with engagements ranging from telecommunications and media, pharmaceuticals, utilities, chemical products and public service, particularly pertaining to mobile technology strategy and solution execution.
Before Accenture, Harrison held several assignments in Toronto, Canada. He was an IT architect at Bell Mobility (Canada) and Sprint Canada (now part of Rogers Communications).
Mr. Lung received his MBA degree from Cornell University and is a graduate of the University of Waterloo's Bachelor of Applied Science program (Computer Engineering, minor in Management Science). He is also a licensed Professional Engineer (P. Eng.) in the Province of Ontario (Canada).
Dominic’s practice focuses on advising clients on matters relating to cybersecurity, data security and privacy law issues, anti-corruption, white-collar crime, law enforcement, regulatory and compliance matters in Hong Kong, including advice on anti-money laundering. Dominic has given presentations on the new PRC Cybersecurity law and has written an article on “China’s New Cybersecurity Law and its impact on doing business in China” in the Fall 2017 edition of “Paradigm”, a magazine of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms.
CIO Connect HK
Geoff has over 25 years of experience in Information Technology and Telecommunications (IT&T), having held senior roles or consulting extensively across a number of industry sectors - notably in Telecommunications, Petroleum, IT, Finance, Defence, Retail and Hospitality. Always having a strong technology focus, Geoff has held traditional IT&T staff roles as well as broader R&D, strategic marketing and corporate planning positions.
His career has taken him from Australia, to the UK, the USA and several locations in Asia. Today he is a well-respected technology advisor to several of Asia’s largest companies, especially in the areas of IT strategy, security and governance. He continues, as he has since 1997, to work extensively with the Jardine Matheson Group, one of world’s oldest and largest diversified business groups with some 400,000 colleagues, principally in Asia.
Geoff is an Australian, married with two adult children and lives in Hong Kong. He holds a MBA with a Finance major from the University of Technology, Sydney and is a Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers [MIEEE], a Senior Member of the Australian Computer Society [MACS(Snr)] and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors [FAICD].
Cybersecurity & Enterprise Resilience Partner, PwC
Chairman, Cyber-Physical Systems Security Institute
Marin is a Partner in PwC’s Cybersecurity practice based in Hong Kong with responsibilities for cybersecurity, cyber-physical systems security and enterprise resilience services. With over 25 years of experience in fighting cyber crime and financial crime in various roles in law enforcement, industry and consulting across Asia Pacific, Europe and Americas, Marin has built a global reputation for helping his clients improve their cyber resilience. His experience spans a wide range of industries with a particular focus on critical infrastructure and financial services – sectors with the highest cyber risk exposure. Prior to joining PwC, he held numerous global and Asia Pacific cybersecurity leadership roles in organizations such as IBM, Accenture, Experian, Cyber Agency and others. Marin also acted as an interim CISO for number of his clients successfully delivering IT and cybersecurity transformation projects with budgets of up to US$500M.
Marin is active in the industry and is frequently invited to present at events or to speak to boards of directors, governments and intergovernmental organizations. He is currently acting as the Chairman of the Cyber-Physical Systems Security Institute, is recognised as a Fellow of Information Privacy by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and he holds numerous industry qualifications and accreditations.
Chief Technology Risk Officer APAC
Technology Risk Management & Technology Compliance
Over 20 years of IT experience in Financial Service Industry that spans across a diversified IT management disciplines including regional and location management, IT and security architecture, distributed computing engineering, technology infrastructure operation, outsourcing/in-sourcing management, IT risk management and technology audit.
Specialties: Information and resilience risk management skills, technical architecture, IT service delivery, Data Center Operation Management, IT products engineering, people management, IT regulation, six sigma project management, negotiation and influence skills, IT process re-engineering.
Group Security Officer
Tim Archer is the Group Security Officer at CK Hutchison. Prior to joining CK Hutchison Tim was a Security Architect for Cathay Pacific and held numerous consulting roles with PricewaterhouseCoopers in cyber security and computer forensics, and a security engineering role with CSC. Tim has worked across numerous locations including Hong Kong, Australia, Indonesia, Singapore and Bangalore, and in numerous industries including transport and logistics, banking and finance, mining, oil and gas, government, telecommunications and manufacturing. Tim believes in taking a common sense and pragmatic approach to cyber security, which includes educating the business on cyber risk, tackling cyber risk as a business issue and not just an IT issue, threat profiling to focus cyber security investment on managing the highest cyber security risks first, and balancing positive and negative risk.
Tim holds a Bachelor's Degree in IT from Swinburne University, a Certificate III in Investigative Services and qualifications in SABSA, ITIL and GIAC GSEC.
Deputy Director - Group Cyber Security
CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
As an internationally experienced Industrial Professional, I have been involved in all aspects of power generation. From design through to construction and commissioning. From operations to asset management.
The various roles I have successfully assumed in my 20-year-long career, from being a commissioning engineer in Australia to heading up global cyber security within an international company, has given me an excellent ability to relate to managers at all corporate levels and from all business sectors.
Presently I am engaged in Strengthening CLP’s (China Light and Power) Cyber Security, across both our IT and Industrial Control System (ICS) Fleet. I am responsible for the direction and implementation of Cyber Security across all aspects of the business globally.
Through strong leadership and team engagement, I am bringing together both IT and ICS in order to complement and strengthen each other. I am driving change through collaboration and technical trust.
I am a recognised leader with the ability to drive direction and improvement, while understanding the detailed technical nature of our business.
As an innovative leader, I am working to improve cyber security and helping shape this within the Power Industry. I achieve innovation through strong leadership and team engagement.
I studied Mechanical Engineering and have since continued on obtaining numerous business qualifications.
Fubon Life Insurance
August Chan is the Head of IT of Fubon Life Hong Kong. Previously, August has been taking up senior IT management in diverse industries like banking and finance, insurance, retails, entertainment, as well as in government and university, spanning Hong Kong, Macau, China and Australia. Other than technical role, August had also managed a gaming development and operation in China.
Lim Shih Hsien
Head, Information Security
Hong Kong Jockey Club
Mr. Lim Shih Hsien is currently heading the information security function of the Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC). He is responsible for the development and implementation of its information security roadmap, and for ensuring the HKJC is information security polices, standards, guidelines and processes are appropriately enhanced, communicated, and applied. He is also tasked to identify new technology risks and ensure that effective mitigation measures are implemented.
Chief Information Security Officer
Hospital Authority, Hong Kong
Mr. Dale Johnstone is the Vice-Convenor of ISO/IEC JTC1 SC27 WG1 which is the ISO committee responsible for the development and publication of ISO standards such as ISO 27001 and ISO 27002. Dale has over 25 years' experience in information security and risk management with a number of major organisations in Australia and Hong Kong. Dale is presently the CISO with the Hospital Authority based in Hong Kong.
VP IT Infrastructure & Information Security
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
Since 2002 Raju has been responsible for defining Mandarin Oriental’s systems and network architecture, managing its global infrastructure, and securing its systems and networks. He has overseen the design, build and on-going operation of converged networks at hotels worldwide and led the company’s PCI DSS compliance efforts. Raju is deeply involved in Mandarin Oriental’s move to cloud-based and mobile computing.
Raju has spent over 20 years implementing and supporting systems & networks of varying sizes, developing software and consulting in a variety of industries. Prior to Mandarin Oriental he worked for FirstEcom Inc., an online payments pioneer in Asia, as well as at Olivetti and Deloitte.
Raju holds a Masters in Computer Science from the University of London and is a member of the IEEE.
Director of Country Information Risk Management, Asia
A certified information technology risk management executive with more than 18 years progressive career in multinational organizations and financial institutes, strategic leadership, advisory and guidance for senior business executives and board of directors. Strong exposure to Asia and regulation, proficient interpersonal and advisory skills, always well planned and good judgment even at critical situation
Leadership, direction, advisory and guidance on information technology and security risk management for Asia countries, with business executives, board of directors, COO, CIO, legal & compliance and business executives’ stakeholder. Participate in business executive management committee meeting, board of directors meeting, IT steering committee, country information risk council
Oversee country information technology security risk management, establish and manage a team of information technology security and risk profession country IRM leads located at Hong Kong & regional office, China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia provides advisory, governance and guidance enabling business objectives. Define strategic direction and tactical plan ensure a comprehensive information technology and risk programs aligning mission & vision with business goals
Strong understanding of APAC regulatory environment, established technology risk regulation matrix for Asia countries. Provides guidance, participate and lead the team direct engagement in Asia countries regulators’ review, assessment and examination, represent information security and risk in country level in collaborate with countries executives’ COO, CCO, CEO and in good results.
Director and General Manager, Hong Kong and Macau
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Kenneth Ma is Director and General Manager of Hong Kong and Macau at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. With over 17 years hands-on experience in Information Technology & Telecommunications, Mr. Ma is a visionary and thoughtful industry leader to oversee the overall business strategy in the dynamic and fast-growing market. He is also highly focusing on achieving customer and channel partner satisfaction. Mr. Ma is a stronger believer on technology innovation and committed to the acceleration of digital transformation journey for enterprise market. His focus areas on mobility, security, cloud computing and managed services help enterprise evolving.
Before joining Aruba in 2014, Mr. Ma was General Manager of Sales for CITIC Telecom International CPC Limited.
Mr. Ma holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Country Manager, HK & Macau
Regional Director, Telco & Service Provider, APJ Networking
Mr. Ricky Chan is the Country Manager, HK & Macau and also spearheading the Regional Director, APJ Networking Telco and Service Providers of Citrix and based in Hong Kong. Mr. Chan oversees all business in HK and Macau as well as the Telco and Service Provider accounts and businesses in APJ. Mr. Chan joined Bytemobile in 2011 to head the sales and business development team of Asia-Pacific region and was integrated into Citrix organization in 2012.
Ricky Chan has more than 25-years of sales, marketing and management experience in the telecommunications and IT industry. He assumed several senior sales and marketing managerial positions in various international companies including General Manager at Vidiator in APAC (a wholly owned subsidiary of Hutchison International Limited); General Manager of Actix in APAC; and General Manager of CTO Office APAC, General Manager of Global and Alliances APAC, and General Manager of Hong Kong Account Management Team.
Ricky Chan was born in Hong Kong and holds both a Master's degree in Engineering Business Management from The University of Warwick, UK and a Master's degree in Business Administration from Asia International Open University, Macau. He is also a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, UK.
Sunny is an IT professional with 20+ years of consulting experience in security, compliance, perimeter defense, intrusion analysis, firewall, audit, metrics, content development, operations and network services. He is an experienced tactical and strategic leader for Enterprise Security Product team at Micro Focus (the former software business unit of Hewlett Packard Enterprise) whose clients include leading Financial Services companies, Telco, and Government Departments. He works with customers to help them build their security capabilities in network security and security information and event management.
Sunny Suen is currently Security Solutions Architect of Micro Focus Cyber Security Services.
VP, Asia Pacific & Japan
With over 19 years experience in the IT industry, Matt has witnessed the evolution in IT security and Secure Internet Gateways firsthand. With the last 12 years focused on delivering Proxy based solutions.
Matt has worked across Europe and Asia Pacific assisting customers overcome their security challenges in delivering mission critical Internet infrastructure. This has included time in Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo. Matt has worked for companies such as Blue Coat, where he ran their Japan operations for many years. Most recently he was responsible for Zscaler Asia Pacific and Japan.
Matt graduated from Cardiff University, Wales with a Bsc Hons in Business Administration.
RSA SE Manager, SEA/GCR
17 years in the IT industry
Diverse experience in development, database, network and security in end-user, systems integration and vendor space
In the past 7 years, joined RSA as a specialist on SIEM, GRC and Fraud & Risk Intelligence
Currently he leads the Core SE team across SEA and GCR
His current interest lies in fighting on-line fraud and cyber threats
Regional Director – Asia Pacific and Japan, Office of the CISO
Paul has been a hands-on leader of IT infrastructure teams that has spanned banking, manufacturing, and technology enterprises. Owning all aspects of building resilient and secure infrastructure in highly dynamic environments automation was always the first choice. Paul brings his IT at scale experience and Security leadership to the Office of the CISO at ServiceNow and helps customers on their trust and assurance journey to the cloud.
Paul has an MS in Information Assurance and maintains an ISACA CISM certification.
Associate Director, Global Presales
Verizon, Asia Pacific
Lee Field is the Associate Director, Global Presales for Verizon in Asia Pacific, based in Hong Kong. In his role, Lee leads the Global Presales team for Enterprise accounts across the region. The team play a pivotal role in assisting organisations understand their Telecommunications and IT landscape and priorities, allowing for transformation in service delivery and operations. With a multi-billion business unit it is essential the team innovate to stay relevant in the largest shifts in the technology industry ever seen, as such the growing importance of helping shape the future product landscape within Verizon is of the upmost importance, ensuring customer feedback makes it into product strategy.
Lee has over 15 years of experience in IT and Information Security. Over the last 6 years Lee has held different roles within Verizon Hong Kong including:
Leading the Cloud Product organisation across Asia, resulting in the delivery of two secure interconnected Infrastructure as a Service cloud nodes in Hong Kong and Australia.
Heading the Consulting Services practice responsible for the build out of a strategic team across Asia Pacific handling complex, multi-tower solutions through consulting engagements.
Restructured Global Presales and built out offshore centres to provide back office support and drive cost efficiencies.
Prior to Verizon Lee worked for a European based technology vendor who relocated him to Hong Kong following an acquisition of the business by a large APAC based Telecommunications provider. Initially tasked with developing Managed Security and Information Security Consulting practices in region, Lee was moved into a position looking at regional expansion strategies between Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore and London.
His professional highlights include the delivery of strategy and design for web application firewall platforms for a global leader in the financial services industry and multiple database security and data encryption projects for a large central government body in the UK. In addition, Lee has also consulted on large scale global IT projects in a security, IT and network architecture capacity.
Lee is often invited to speak at major events around the region, including Telecom Asia, Hotel Technology Next Generation, Mobile World Congress, DBIR Launch and Vendor summits.
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28 November 2017 (Tuesday)
08:15 – 17:10
Grand Ballroom, Cordis Hotel at Langham Place
555 Shanghai Street, Hong Kong
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