Cloud technologies and traditional security processes are as bad a match as stripes and polka dots. They simply aren’t built to mix well together. As companies adopt cloud technologies, security teams are scrambling to apply what they know to this new way of doing business. But they’re quickly realizing how different an on-prem mindset is from one that’s geared to the cloud. Sessions on this day will define ways you can effectively shift your security paradigm so it’s suited to a cloud-defined world.
Starting at 12:00PM SGT
Welcome Remarks & Keynote – SASE Economics: The New Frontier of Cloud Security
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) has become one of the hottest topics in the IT industry. Fueled by cloud services, the rise of BYOD and fast tracked by the new reality of remote working, direct-to-cloud platforms radically disrupt the economics of traditional IT security. By 2024, Gartner predicts that 40% of companies…
Starting at 1:00PM SGT
SDP & ‘Black-Cloud’ Protection
Security has become of paramount importance in recent times, especially due to the advent of cloud computing and virtualization. With so many devices in the mix, users have the choice of working from anywhere they want. The rapid increase in global IP traffic have challenged network service providers to scale and improve…
Starting at 1:45PM SGT
Zero Trust and Identity as a Service
As the threat landscape and cybersecurity risks are an ever present threat in 2020, it is clear that measures have to be taken to be more mindful of what end users, people, applications and IOT device connections we allow through the virtual network defences into the platform and software services. As malware…
Starting at 2:30PM SGT
There is no more enterprise perimeter. Now What?
With more and more emphasis on cloud computing, the traditional enterprise perimeter is being redefined. This means enterprises must think differently when considering cybersecurity protection. The panel will explore changes enterprises should consider for risk management. This session will be moderated by Bob Flores, Founder and CTO of Applicology Inc. Panelists include:…
About the Presenters on Day 2
Dr. Hing-Yan Lee, EVP APAC, CSA
Hing Yan LEE has over 30 years of ICT working experience in both the public and private sectors. He was global director of the STAR program at the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) for 6 months in 2017. Prior to that, he was Director of National Cloud Computing Office at Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) for 9+ years, where he was responsible for the national program for, inter alia, developing the cloud ecosystem, promoting cloud adoption by government agencies and private enterprises, and building a trusted environment (which included developing the Multi-Tier Cloud Security standards and Cloud Outage Incident Response guidelines).
He was previously Deputy Director of the National Grid Office at the Agency for Science, Technology & Research (A*STAR), Principal Scientist at the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), Director of Knowledge Lab and Deputy Director of Japan-Singapore Artificial Intelligence Centre at the Kent Ridge Digital Labs as well as Deputy Director at Information Technology Institute (the applied R&D arm of the National Computer Board). He oversaw and managed industry collaborations and applied R&D in machine language translation, spoken language dialogue, expert systems, knowledge discovery, data mining, data visualization, and other knowledge-driven efforts.
Hing Yan co-founded two high-tech companies – Language Tapestry and eXage. He was an adjunct associate professor at the National University of Singapore, served on the School of Digital Media & Infocomm Technology Advisory Committee at the Singapore Polytechnic, Engineering Accreditation Board team member (2014), co-chair of the National Infocomm Competency Framework Technical Committee on Cloud Computing as well as member of the Cloud Computing Standards Coordinating Task Force of the Singapore Infocomm Standards Committee. He was also a member of the NatSteel Corporate R&D Advisory Panel, an advisor/member to the Singapore National Archives Board, and the Australia-Singapore Joint ICT Council. Hing Yan is a Fellow and Vice President of the Cloud Chapter in the Singapore Computer Society.
He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with PhD and MS degrees in Computer Science. He previously studied at Imperial College London in UK where he obtained a BSc (Eng.) with 1st Class Honours in Computing and MSc in Management Science.
Jonathan Andresen, Senior Director, Marketing & Products, Asia Pacific & Japan, Bitglass
Jonathan Andresen is Senior Director, Marketing & Products Asia-Pacific at Bitglass. Mr. Andresen joined Bitglass in April 2020 and has been working in the enterprise IT and telecommunications sector since 1996, relocating to Asia in 2003. Prior to joining Bitglass, Mr. Andresen held various product, marketing, and strategy management positions in Asia-Pacific at McAfee, MobileIron, Blue Coat Systems (now Symantec) and Nortel Networks. Mr. Andresen’s career includes earlier positions with Teleglobe, MetroPhotonics and Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs. Mr. Andresen holds a Master’s Degree in International Management from Canada’s Carleton University and an undergraduate degree from Queen’s University.
Juanita Koipillai, Founder & CEO Waverley Labs
Juanita Koilpillai is a seasoned cyber security architect, auditor with 30+ years experience researching and developing systems in computer security and real-time distributed software. She is the technical lead for the open source software-defined perimeter (SDP) effort for ‘black’ apps in the cloud with the Cloud Security Alliance. She is an active contributor to NIST leading the creation of a security risk index system for moving apps to the cloud (NIST 500-299). A key member of FEMA’s Enterprise Security Management Team and Principle Investigator for several DoD and DHS initiates.
Nya Alison Murray, CEO, Trac-Car Technology
As a senior Information & Communications Technology (ICT) Cloud Cyber Security and Identity Management consulting architect Nya Alisaon is the CEO of Trac-Car and Verviam IDaaS. I have provided architecture consultancy for organisations in Europe, Australia, UK and Switzerland. I consult as a senior multi-cloud security architect to customise Verviam IDaaS for enterprises. I have co-authored several white papers on cloud security and cloud governance with the OMG Cloud Working Group, and am a key contributor to the Cloud Security Alliance Software Defined Perimeter Working Group. I have extensive international experience in enterprise cloud transformation is as an architect for migration/transition of applications to containerized microservices running on hybrid multi-cloud infrastructure, software, network and storage virtualisation.
Bob Flores, Founder and CTO of Applicology Inc.
Bob Flores is the Founder and CTO of Applicology Incorporated, which specializes in cybersecurity risk assessments and cloud migration strategy. He is on the Board of Directors of Neocova (cloud-based core banking software) and is an Advisor to several early stage technology companies. Bob is also a co-chair of the Cloud Security Alliance Software Defined Perimeter Working Group. Prior to starting Applicology, Bob spent 31 years at the Central Intelligence Agency where he held various positions in the Directorate of Intelligence, Directorate of Support, and the Directorate of Operations. Toward the end of his career at the CIA, he spent three years as the CIA’s first enterprise Chief Technology Officer. Bob was also the CIA’s representative on several government-wide information sharing committees and councils. In addition to his senior level leadership and management positions, his career included assignments in applications programming, training and education, contract and project management, and both line and staff management roles at various levels of the CIA. Bob holds Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Statistics from Virginia Tech.
Satyavathi Divadari, Chairman, CSA Bangalore Chapter
Satyavathi Divadari is working as Chief Cyber Security Architect at Micro Focus. She is also the Chairman of CSA Bangalore Chapter and a Global Advisory Board Member of CTIA in EC-Council.
Satya has over 22 years of experience in Banking, Telecom, IT/ITES and Media industries and leadership positions at News Corp, Cognizant, Wells Fargo, Capgemini, IBM, and Tata Communications Ltd.
She is a cross functional enterprise architect in Cloud security, Security Operations, Application Security, Network Security, Identity Governance and Administration, and Data Security. She has proven her expertise in defining and executing security controls around strategic digital transformations, and built secure environments with improved return of investment through Continuous Improvement and Innovation culture She holds variety of certifications that includes AWS Cloud Solution Architect Associate, CFE, CIPT, TOGAF, PMP and CISSP*.
She is a noted speaker in national and international forums.
She has been awarded in multiple forums for her contributions to community that includes “Top 20 Indian Women Influencers in Security 2020” by Security India, “CISO Top 100” by CISO Platform, “Women in tech – Chief Mentor” by Kamikaze B2B Media, “Top Technologists -Tech Beacon” award by WEquity.
Sandip Kumar Panda, Co-Founder & CEO, Instasafe
Sandip Kumar Panda is the co-founder and CEO of InstaSafe Technologies, a Zero Trust security soutions provider based out of Fremont, USA & Bangalore, India. Mr Panda has over 15 years of experience in the domain of cybersecurity, and has worked with leading Organisations like Symantec, BlueCoat. Mr Panda has been associated with Cloud Security Alliance, CCICI, and is a leading industry speaker in various security platforms. Mr Panda has an intimate understanding of customer pain points in this domain and has been instrumental in evangelising the cybersecurity space of India.
Keith Prabhu, Chairman, CSA Mumbai Chapter.
Currently the founder & CEO of Confidis and also the Chairman of CSA Mumbai Chapter. He is a part of the CSA Global Certification Board and helped create CCSK and CCSP certifications, leading global Cloud Security certifications. He has been a contributor to the CSA Cloud Control Matrix and Co-author of the book “Practical Guide to Cloud Computing”.
He has over 2 decades of experience Security, Privacy, Business Continuity and has earlier worked with KPMG, Deloitte, HSBC Software, Arthur Andersen and HCL Infosystems.
He holds Master of Business in Information Systems, CCSK, CCSP, CISSP, CISA, MBCI and ss a volunteer with Center for Social Action an NGO that helps children and women.