5-6 July, 09.30 – 12.30, Theatre 1

  • Current state of cyber security - Key security trends, new vectors of threat, dynamic world of change potential impacts and implications for the board. 
  • Planning your response - Understanding your technology and cyber security risks, common cybersecurity mistakes and addressing the threat.
  • A framework for cyber security oversight - Maturity domains, management responsibilities and board engagement, board oversight KPI.

Part 1

Topic: Surviving and Thriving through and after a Cybersecurity Incident
Traditionally, organisations have focused their IT security efforts on protecting against and preventing attacks. But attackers have learned to modify their attack methods to make protection more difficult, taking advantage of weaknesses in processes and people as well as technologies. Organisations can improve security resilience by ensuring that their risk management processes include recovery planning, not just event response. Identifying and prioritising organisation resources helps to guide effective plans and realistic test scenarios. Advanced preparation enables businesses to rapidly recover from attacks and helps to minimise the impact on the organisation. Join us for this session as we review how new and changing technologies impact our readiness to deal with cybersecurity incidents. We will walk through some real world cybersecurity incident scenarios and apply what we have learned to prepare for the inevitable and stay in business.

Speaker: Rajnish Kapur, Director, Cybersecurity, KPMG
Rajnish has over 16 years of experience in helping organisations manage Information Security focused on Governance, Risk and Vulnerability Management. He is passionate about improving the security posture of organisations in Technology Risk, Information Protection, Application Security and Identity and Access Management and has successfully led global and regional security projects for major clients in Oil & Gas, Banking and Finance, Aviation and Government.

He has a patent published (Pub. No.: WO/2006/031200) for innovation that integrates PKI and web initiated call-back service.

Speaker: Wendy Lim, Director, Cybersecurity, KPMG
Wendy has over 11 years of experience in IT Governance, IT & operational risk management and IT assurance. At KPMG Singapore, Wendy is a service line lead for the Technology Risk Management and Outsourcing Risk Management team that supports clients with outsourcing risk management, IT risk management and IT regulatory compliance needs. She is also a SME on regional FS IT regulations (e.g. MAS, HKMA, RBI).

Part 2

Topic: Man of Mode: Fashion, Hacking Tool Reuse and Copycat Crime in Cyberspace
Cybersecurity crime is now a criminal enterprise dominated by organised crime and other state tolerated actors. In this increasingly sophisticated criminal ecosystem there are now patterns of criminal behaviour. Similar types of cybersecurity crime will be experienced by many organisations in the same industrial sector in a recognisable period of time. For example a group of telecommunications providers in different countries will experience a similar incident. In this presentation we will explore the business reasons and the enabling technical factors behind these cybersecurity crime waves. We will also discuss how these can be employed for threat intelligence and early warning.

Speaker: Luke Forsyth, Principal, Cybersecurity, KPMG
Luke has worked with many of the world’s leading companies and government organizations in the Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Europe. These engagements have included risk assurance, transaction services, incident response, threat analysis, compliance and governance. Luke has been a member of the World Economic Forum’s Partnering for Cyber Resilience project, the European Economic Crime Task Force; the Open Group’s Big Data and Trusted Technology Forum working groups, the Cyber Operations Initiative of the Telecommunications Management Forum and several other government and industry forums.

Fees apply for this session. The fee for Part 1 (5 July) and Part 2 (6 July) is S$200.00 inclusive of 7% GST. Please select this session and make payment when you register for your visitor badge here