Synopsis of Selected Sessions during the coming Annual Conference
The following topics for the coming GTACS 2019 on 15 May is highlighted:
Modelling Threats & Assets for OT Risk Management
Time: 11.45 AM
Speaker: JAD ELSOHEMY, MBA, CISM, CISSP, Cyber Security Lead, THALES
Bio: Jad is currently the Cyber Security Authority for the Urban Rail Systems division of Thales. Jad leads the cyber security team responsiblef or securing Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) solutions. With over 10 years of experience in protecting critical infrastructure from cyber security threats, Jad has cyber security expertise in IIOT/IOT, Industrial Control Systems (ICS), Safety Instrumented Systems and network security. Prior to joining Thales, Jad spent nearly a decade advising and supporting clients on issues of cyber security in the Oil & Gas industry.
A Day in the Life of Incident Response
Time: 02.10 PM
Speaker: DAN MOOR, Security Senior Manager, Cyber Defense Global Technical Lead, Incident Response & Threat Hunting, Accenture Security
Bio: Dan will talk through [A day in the life of incident response] (IR) through his personal experiences. The general focus will be discussions around common failings around major IRs events and how to better prepare for them. Dan will also be sharing real world examples from real cases (real names masked) and focusing on specific strategies to best prepare for “when” the moment happens.
SheLeadsTech Panel Discussion: Beyond our Technical Capabilities - Breaking Gender Stereotypes in the Tech World
Time: 04.00 PM
Co-host and Panelist: JENNY TAN, Partner, Technology Risk & Assurance, CIO, DPO PwC Singapore
Co-host and Panelist: MABEL BOLISAY, Director, Group Audit, Deutsche Bank
Panelist: SUNILA SHIVPURI, Managing Director, Head of CSO – APAC, Deutsche Bank
Panelist: STEPHANIE BOO, Managing Director, APAC Menlo Security
Panelist: THERESA GOH, Founding Partner, 360 Dynamics
Topic: This discussion will start off with a presentation on Cognitive Bias and Diversity Challenges, share some statistics and research reports and what some technology firms have done to overcome these challenges.
Then a panel discussion will take place to discuss about (i) Women Tech Leaders: Paths to Success and (ii) Strengthening Women Representation in Tech Leadership and Workforce. The panel will attempt to share some insights to audience who are interested to progress with their career and seek inspiration from these speakers.