CLOUDSEC Hong Kong 2019 helps enterprises to picture cybersecurity

05-Aug-2019

IT professionals in Hong Kong will have a chance to learn from industry experts on how to prepare for, withstand and recover from any cybersecurity threat at the annual CLOUDSEC Hong Kong event on 27 August 2019. 
 
Hosted by Trend Micro (TYO: 4704; TSE:4704), CLOUDSEC Hong Kong 2019 gathers together renowned experts, industry thought leaders, businesses and organisations from across the globe to re-evaluate and redefine their understanding of threats, risks and solutions in a rapidly evolving threat landscape.
 
With a theme of "Picture This! See. Secure. Go further.", CLOUDSEC Hong Kong 2019 provides an avenue for enterprises and organisations to discuss and collectively address issues such as the increasingly complex cyber-attacks, shifting IT environments, and the upcoming trends in the computing and threat landscape.  
 
"Over the years, CLOUDSEC has grown to become a credible and innovative platform where the very best of global best-practices pertaining to the latest threats and security strategies come together, along with compelling insights and deliberations by experts that keep raising the bar of excellence," said Bob Hung, general manager of Hong Kong & Taiwan, Trend Micro. 
 
"The computing landscape continues to introduce challenges amidst exciting new technologies, hyper-connections, and benefits. Organisations need to see order out of chaos, see things in a different perspective, and even step back to see the big picture, because having visibility through the power of collective and connected intelligence helps them build cyber resilience, and allows them to go further and do more."
 
CLOUDSEC Hong Kong 2019 Event Highlights:

DATE:    27 August 2019 

TIME:    8:45 am -- 5:00 pm

VENUE:     N201 Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center, Wanchai
 
Featured keynote speakers:

Rik Ferguson, VP Security Research, Trend Micro
Katie Lewin, federal director, Cloud Security Alliance
Other speakers includes Charles Mok, legistlative councillor (IT Sector) of the HKSAR, Mary Ellen Condon, former chairperson of the Security Committee of the Identity Ecosystem Steering Group in the USA, and high profiles speakers from major vendors.