National Security Conference 2016: Fight the Dark Side



Date Time
Start Date : 7 Nov 2016
End Date : 7 Nov 2016
Start Time : 01:30 PM
End Time : 05:00 PM


Venue
Summit 1 & 2, Level 3, Suntec Singapore Convention

National Security Conference 2016

Fight the Dark Side

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To register online for the event, simply sign in with your username (might not be an email address) and password. *Click here to check if you have an existing account, or if you have forgotten your username or password. Non SBF members may also sign up for the event online by creating an account. For step-by-step instructions on the SBF ePortal, please refer to our FAQ - Portal Access.

Seats are limited for this complimentary event, please register now to reserve your seat. Confirmation on first-come-first-served basis.

 

Fee per pax
(incl GST)

Complimentary for SBF members and Singapore companies

All member companies are encouraged to attend

When it comes to unexpected security issues, we really do not know what we do not know. Hidden threats impact our businesses’ daily operations and future plans. It is time to fight against risks of not being prepared. Strengthen your business resilience to act against security issues such as cybersecurity risks, and other related business gaps at Singapore Business Federation (SBF) annual National Security Conference 2016 – Fight the Dark Side. The conference will be graced by Dr Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister for Communications and Information, and Minister-in-charge of Cyber Security. 

The conference will bring together experts from a broad cross-section of the business community to share security strategies for businesses through case studies and personal experiences, and offers valuable guidance for companies to enhance their business resilience journey.For the first time, SBF has included an exclusive exhibition for companies to understand how they can adopt security measures to be more capable in addressing security-related impact and critical risks from various service providers from technology, security and training fields. 

Time

Programme

1:30pm

Registration

2:00pm

Welcome Remarks 

By Mr S.S.Teo, Chairman, Singapore Business Federation (SBF)

2:15pm

Opening Address 

By Guest-of-Honour Dr Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister for Communications and Information, and Minister-in-charge of Cyber Security

2:30pm

A Close Encounter with the Dark Side - A CIO's Account

By Mr Ken Soh, CIO and Director, e-Strategies, BH Global Corporation Ltd

2:50pm

1) Breakout Track 1 (Room 325):

People/Processes: Creating buy-in from people in our local organisations through appropriate policies/processes to better support security issues e.g. cybersecurity awareness.

  • Ms Tammie Tham, Chairman of the CyberSecurity Chapter, Singapore infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF)
  • Mr Vincent Loy, Asia-Pacific Financial Crime, Cyber, Data & Analytics Leader, PwC 

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2) Breakout Track 2 (Room 326):

Technology: Singapore’s context on cybersecurity development 

  • Mr Ryan Flores, Threat Research Senior Manager for APAC, Trend Micro Singapore

3:30pm

Networking & Refreshment Break

4:00pm

Panel Discussion: 2020: Singapore Businesses’ State of Resilience

  1. In light of Ministry of Home Affairs’ SG Secure movement, how prepared are Singapore companies when it comes to national-level crises?
  2. What is our 20/20 vision? What do you think will be companies’ state of resilience in 2020?
  3. What are your thoughts on our companies’ understanding of cyber security?
  4. How can our business community achieve this vision together for the future of Singapore?
  • Mr Devadas Krishnadas, CEO, Future-Moves Group (Moderator)
  • Mr Selwyn Sean Scharnhorst, Director (Ecosystem Development), Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA)
  • Ms Tammie Tham, Chairman of the CyberSecurity Chapter, SiTF
  • Mr Ryan Flores, Threat Research Senior Manager for APAC, Trend Micro Singapore

5:00pm 

Event ends

*Topics may be refined closer to date.

The National Security Conference 2016 is organised by Singapore Business Federation, supported by the National Security Coordination Secretariat and Cyber Security Agency of Singapore. Please contact us for more details. We are privileged to be supported by the following chambers and associations:

Association of Small and Medium Enterprises | The Australian Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) | British Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) | Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore | European Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) | French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore | Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Singapore | Korean Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) | New Zealand Chamber of Commerce (Singapore)  | Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore | Restaurant Association of Singapore | Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Singapore Hotel Association | Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Singapore infocomm Technology Federation |Singapore International Chamber of Commerce | Singapore Logistics Association | Singapore Malay Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Singapore Manufacturing Federation | Singapore National Employers Federation | Singapore Shipping Association | Singapore-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce | The American Chamber of Commerce Singapore | The Association of Banks in Singapore | The Singapore Contractors Association Limited

Administrative Details

  • To register online for the event, simply sign in with your username (might not be an email address) and password. Click here to check if you have an existing account, or if you have forgotten your username or password.
  • Non SBF members may also sign up for the event online by creating an account.
  • For step-by-step instructions on the SBF ePortal, please refer to our FAQ - Portal Access.
  • Confirmation of your registration will be emailed to your company. Please present confirmation for admission to seminar room.
  • SBF reserves the right to make any amendments and/or changes to the programme, venue, speaker and/or topics if warranted by circumstances beyond SBF’s control. 
Ref No: BC160425
Email: bcm@sbf.org.sg 
Fax No: 6720 2930 / 6827 6801 

NOTE : To safeguard the well-being of all participants, we advise members who are feeling unwell to refrain from attending the session.