Cyber Security in the Digital Transformation Age
September 5 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cybersecurity has always been important. But the growing stream of recent large-scale attacks in the past year driven more urgency around this topic today. What we’ve learned from these incidents is that no organisation be it small, medium or large are spared from Cyber Attacks.
And this is of no surprise. The business environment of today has evolved tremendously. Aimed at reduced cost, greater scalability, increased mobility, faster deployment and instant upgrades to name a few, business digital transformation initiatives of today makes formulating an IT plan less simple than it used to be a few years before.
Many businesses today process large amounts of confidential customer or employee data daily. So, what are the potential loopholes that small businesses should consider?
As companies look to digital transformation, they must look at security transformation as well. With the increasing use of digital technologies such as the cloud, big data, mobile, IoT and artificial intelligence in ever more areas of business and society, and the growing connectivity of everything come greater challenges on the level of security, compliance and data protection and regulations that we want to make sure organisations effectively tackle them.
This workshop will focus on Cybersecurity Awareness and using Enterprise Architecture to formulate a new Digital Business Strategy with a robust cyber security plan for delivering a business-driven approach.
Cyber Security for Digital Transformation – An Enterprise Architecture Perspective
Enterprise Architecture (EA) helps bridge the digital gap between strategies and realisation in order to drive business goals and achieve long-term sustainable success with Digital Transformation.
In this presentation, we will look at:
- Latest tactics to help IT leaders and business stakeholders formulate a new digital strategy to protect your data and operations
- How to safely navigate the dangers in cyber security without slowing down your business
- Overcome new challenges in Digital Transformation and Cyber Security
- Best practices to adopt a successful transition toward digital maturity
Join our experts to Learn how to improve your defences and reduce risk for your business.
Date: 5 Sep 19 (Thursday)
Time: 2pm to 5pm
Venue: Training Room 2-1, Level 2, Lifelong Learning Institute
11 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408601
Things to Note:
- Light Refreshments will be served during the event.
- This is a closed-door event for invited guests only.
- No payment is required for this event.
|Johnny Kho||Morgan Rasan|
Johnny Kho is the AiSP Vice-President & EXCO Lead for the Cybersecurity Awareness & Advisory Programme. He is also currently an Associate Director in Singtel Cyber Security handling Managed Security Services.
Prior to Singtel, he is a Regional Business Development Manager with Systex Corporation, as part of the team guiding the solution strategy for the Asia Region. He constantly engages with Vendors, Partners and Customers in a business and advisory role; covering key areas in Web Application Security, Compliance and Risk Management as well as IT Operations Optimization.
He has previously taken on Product Management and Solution Consultant roles with NetIQ (Attachmate), BT Frontline and Internet Security Solutions (IBM) mainly in enterprise security especially in areas of intrusion prevention, vulnerability management and security incident and event management from solution and operations perspective.
He is a CISA and CISSP. He has been active in the local IT Security area through various interest groups and as a member of the ISMS Working Group under SPSTC, ITSC Singapore (www.itsc.org.sg), SPRING. He has done public speaking at regional seminars and conferences such as Microsoft TechEd and HP BTO Conference.
Morgan, has more than 28 years of consulting experience with various government and commercial sector customers. With his unique knowledge of Enterprise Content Management, Knowledge Management and Business Process and numerous years of working with end users from various industries and organisations, Morgan brings to the customers, years of operational business experience and cutting edge methodologies that have been refined over the years of practice.
With his thorough knowledge of various KM and Business Process software, Morgan has been able to bring much value to the customers’ business process redesign initiatives. His complete understanding
of the process and empathy for the business and operations has been pivotal to customers’ leveraging on IT to address their business concerns.
The ground level working experience has instilled in him the practical aspect of an IT Architecture approach in deployment and has given him first-hand experience of problems that might be encountered while doing such a deployment, especially when IT Architecture is very little understood by the community and has to be employed to successfully embark on an IT initiative. This learning experience has been translated into best practices that can be shared with the customer, so that many potentially painful implementation errors can be avoided. Morgan has been a lead consultant for numerous projects and advises on many others. Apart from IT he still plays an active role in designing, delivering and advising on physical security plans and matters to the Singapore Police Force apart from the management and business process/workflow related projects. The actual work involved understanding the business process of various departments and their current document categorization principles, streamlining these processes and documenting these findings.