Internet of Things - Workshop SG 2018

The Internet of Things (IoT) is now so pervasive in our personal lives and businesses that we have become reliant on IoT devices. What are the latest trends in IoT, its impact, as well as the opportunities for businesses to leverage on? With the increase in the use of IoT, security and privacy are important considerations among individuals and businesses. Understand the risks and security issues involved in the world of IoT, and how organisations can build a comprehensive and resilient security strategy for the use of IoT.

Trainer Profile:

Amelia Ching

Amelia Ching is the Principal Consultant of Singapore Management University(SMU) Academy and the founder of IT Consulting firm focusing on IT-enabled service and technology management improvement Practice and professional development.


Prior to joining SMU Academy, Amelia was the Academic Director of Financial IT Academy(FITA) @ SMU with overall leadership and management responsibility for the academy. Under her leadership, FITA has acquired the training service provider status on Institute of Banking and Finance(IBF) competency programmes for Technology. She has more than 2,000 professionals from both financial service and related IT industries come through their IBF accredited and National Infocomm Competency Framework (NICF) aligned programmes. The programmes offered include Financial Service Product Knowledge, Information Technology Risk Management and Security related masterclasses and workshops.

Learning objectives

• Understand what constitutes IOT and the workflow and elements existing in the IOT ecosystem
• Understand the various adoption happenings across various industries and the benefits and value they yield
• Understand the potential risks inherent in the use of IOT and the safeguards one should be aware of
• Aware of the relevant data governance for consideration when operating in such environment

Audience

This workshop is suitable for CFOs, controllers, accountants, finance practitioners, and auditors.

3.5 hours

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