Cyber Defense Conference 2019
Mark your calendar for Cyber Defense Conference 2019 (June 18 and 19), co-organised by MDT Innovations.
Insights by Experts in the Industry
Nation building will be an impossible task without the presence of cybersecurity and cyberdefense capabilities. As developing countries begin to use the internet to stimulate economic growth, there will be an urgent need for governments and corporations to set up robust frameworks to secure its information infrastructure in cyberspace.
CYDEF is a 2-day working annual conference that brings together practitioners, academias and industry professionals in the cyber security space, to share their findings and for organizations to deal with the challenges in embracing digital transformation.
Drawing on current and past encounters, this conference aims to answer the very basic question that every top management would want to know – Can cyber aggressors truly cause chaos to my organization or even destabilize a nation? How can governments, businesses and civil society collaborate in addressing cyberspace threats together?
This conference seeks to encourage openness amongst its speakers to share their experiences and recommendation to a “non-technical” audience. It will be carefully structured to provide delegates with an understanding on the challenges that is coming ahead.
Southeast Asia Region
The International Association of Counter-terrorism & Security Professionals (IACSP) was founded in 1992 to meet the security challenges in the wake of the globalization era of the 21 century. IACSP believes that the society at large must be made aware of the potential threats of terrorism and advocates that a better informed society will result in a freer one.
The IACSP of South East Asia Region Center of Studies collaborates with researchers, academicians and practitioners on the ground to provide solutions and counter measures from the acts of terrorism and extreme violence in the region.
The challenges of security lies not only with the government; since the threats inherent in our changing and borderless world must be confronted by all segments of society.