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Is trusted computing to be trusted?
Learn the real truths at the Info-security Conference 2015

 

Trust gets businesses together. However, with the increase in hacking sophistication, ever easier methods to buy hacking tool or recruit hackers, and new innovative ways to steal information has eroded this trust.

 

So what can today’s businesses do? Is trusted computing a concept that has become a fad? What new strategies and solutions can help to reinforce trust?

 

These are the questions that the upcoming panel discussion at the highly-anticipated 16th Info-Security Conference 2015 will attempt to answer. Entitled “The Debate: Is Trusted Computing to be Trusted?”, the high-level panel discussion will feature viewpoints from the movers and shakers in IT security from abroad and in Hong Kong.

 

Featured Panellists:

 

Guy Ron,
Group-wide Cyber Security Specialist, BHP Billiton and Managing Director, Bayon Cyber Security

 

Lim Shih Hsien,
Head, Information Security, Hong Kong Jockey Club

 

Menny Barzilay,
CRISC, C|CISO, Cyber Security Specialist and Ex-CISO of Israeli Defense Force

 

Welcome Chan,
Assistant Vice President, IT Security, China CITIC Bank International Ltd

 

About the 16th Info-Security Conference 2015

Billed as Hong Kong’s largest info-security event, the conference brings together movers, shakers, leaders, practitioners and solution providers to map out the future of security. This year, the conference will look at: Is Trusted Computing an oxymoron or the future? Using thought-provoking debates and analyst updates on what the concept of trusted computing means to businesses, governments and individuals, we will unearth the latest viewpoints, and argue why the concept requires a rethink of our traditional view of IT security.

 

To register, click here

 

Learn more about the 16th Info-Security Conference at www.infosecurityproject.com, or contact Ms. Grace Wu at grace.wu@e21eventnna.com or
(852) 2960 1820 for enquiries.

     
Mr. Victor Lam, JP
Acting Government Chief Information Officer, OGCIO
Mr. Guido Crucq
General Manager, Security Solutions Dimension Data Asia-Pacific
Mr. Paul Pang
Chief Security Strategist, Splunk Inc.
Mr. Steve Ledzian
Systems Engineering Director, South Asia, Hong Kong & Taiwan, FireEye

Prof. Wanbil W. Lee
President, The Computer Ethics Society (iEthics)

Mr. Michael Mudd
Chief Representative of the UK Based Open Computing Alliance for APAC and the Middle East/ Africa
Mr. Paul Tsang
Regional SE Lead – Hong Kong and Taiwan McAfee. Part of Intel Security
Ms. Eva Kwok
Director of the Enterprise Risk Services Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Hong Kong Office
Mr. Peter Bullock
Partner, Pinsent Masons
Ms. Connie Lin
Manager, Consulting and Services Delivery CITIC Telecom International CPC Limited
Mr. CF Chui
Solutions Architect, Arbor Networks
Mr. Oh Sieng Chye
Malware Researcher, ESET Asia Pacific
   
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