Leong Kai Seng, Director (SIMS) of IHiS; Dr. Kang Meng Chow, (ISC)² APAC Advisory Council; Max Neo, Snr Lecturer, NUS-ISS
COVID-19 pandemic altered the way we worked and socialised. The importance of cloud security elevated over this delicate time as most employees are working from home accessing the data stored centrally in the cloud. The usage of cloud provides enterprises with a resilient solution but also brings cloud security into the limelight with the risk and threat associated with it.
This webinar provides an update of the current cybersecurity landscape, and explore the emerging cybersecurity challenges for cloud security that evolve into a new norm under the current situation.
Join us in this webinar to gain a greater perspective into cloud security in the light of current and post COVID-19 pandemic era.
- Dr. Kang Meng Chow, CISSP, (ISC)² APAC Advisory Council Member and Head of Security Assurance, Asia Pacific, AWS
- Max Neo, CISSP, Senior Lecturer & Consultant, Digital Strategy & Leadership Practice, NUS-ISS
- Leong Kai Seng, CISSP, Director (Security Implementation & Management Services), IHiS
3:00pm Welcome Address - Max Neo
3:10pm Evolving Cybersecurity Threats and Response in the Cloud - Dr. Kang Meng Chow
In this session, we will discuss some of the cybersecurity threats observed recently, and how we can leverage existing cloud services to better prepare and respond to potential security events.
3:40pm Cloud Security New Norm - Max Neo
Sensitive and regulated data such as healthcare or financial data used to be prohibited from being hosted on cloud. Today, with the rapid evolution of cloud deployment and security control, we see all government and commercial entities having some form of cloud deployment in their organisations. In this session, we will explore the new norm and the latest development in cloud security, risk and deployment models.
4:10pm Cloud Security for Leaders - Leong Kai Seng
4:40pm Q & A