Enhancing cybersecurity at the Management Level - Workshop 2020

The number of cases regarding security breaches that involved personnel at the management level in the recent months shows an increasing need to address security issues. In this workshop, the presenters will share various useful methods and suggest some practical actions that could help improve the security level within companies.

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Overview

This workshop aims to provide you with various useful methods and some practical actions that could help improve the security level within companies.


Key topics covered:

  • How does a security breach involving management level happen?
  • Who is the main target?
  • How to prevent security breach from happening?
  • What policy can we formulate?
  • How to maintain an effective security control in board level?


Trainers profile:

Windham Wong, Senior Advisor (Cybersecurity), ShineWing Hong Kong

Windham has considerable experience in the fields of cybersecurity log management and threat intelligence. He is a former security analyst of managed security operation centre in UK. He obtained his Master Degree of Computer Systems Security in University of South Wales, UK. He has also possessed various professional qualifications (i.e. OSCP, GCIA, QSTM).

Marco Lam, Senior Advisor (Cybersecurity), ShineWing Hong Kong

Marco has extensive experience in areas of AI, Big Data Technology, software development and cybersecurity. He worked in a multinational advanced software company before. He is a graduate of the STP Incubation Programme and also an awardee of the Cyberport CCMF Award.

Objectives

  • Recognise security breaches at the management level
  • Identify the effective methods to protect the company from security breach
  • Discuss the security control in board level

Audience

This workshop is suitable for Auditors, CEOs, CFOs, and professional accountants in business.

Details

108504550

1.5 hours

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