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PISA Executive Committee 2021-2022

PISA Executive Committee

Chairperson: Mr. Frankie Leung
Vice-Chairperson: Mr. Frank Chow (External Affairs)
Vice-Chairperson: Mr. Frankie Wong (Internal Affairs)
Vice-Chairperson: Mr. Eric Moy (Membership & Constitution)
Hon. Secretary & Treasurer: Mr. Vincent Ip
Program Director: Mr. Martin Chan
Program Director: Mr. Mike Lo

[2-year Term: Frank Chow, Frankie Wong, Martin Chan, Vincent Ip; 1-year Term: Eric Moy]

(ISC)2 HK Chapter Executive Committee

President: Frankie Leung *
Secretary: Vincent Ip *
Treasurer: Frankie Wong
Membership Chair: Eric Moy *
Professional Development: Martin Chan
Program Director: Mike Lo
Program Director: —
Liaison: Frank Chow *
* Automatically transferred from PISA Exco

Honorary Advisors

Mr. Chester Soong
Mr. Wilson Yuen
Mr. Andrew Law

Notice: PISAM electronic mailing list service update

Dear PISA members,

PISA uses Yahoo! Groups as our discussion board and electronic mailing service. [PISAM] is the common group for us to distribute our messages to PISA members. Sadly, Yahoo! Groups has announced its End of Service. The Yahoo Groups website is going to shut down on December 15, 2020 and members will no longer be able to send or receive emails from Yahoo Groups. (Thanks Yahoo! Groups for providing the service in the past.)

The PISA Executive Committee has decided to change our mailing list service to Groups.io. Our valid members will receive our invitation from "pisam@groups.io Moderators" in the coming few days. The last batch of invitations will NOT be later than 15-NOV. Please accept the invitation and join our new PISAM group.

The invitation email maybe drops into your JUNK/ SPAM folder. Please take a look, release it and try to whitelist [pisam] emails in the future.

If you still cannot receive any invitation email, please feel free to contact us by email to membership@pisa.org.hk after 15-NOV for checking your email alias forwarding.

Thank you for your attention.

(2020-11-03)

Permanent link to PISAM electronic mailing list service update

Joint AGMs 2021 PISA & ISC2 HK Chapter (28 Aug 2021)

[QR Code: bit.ly/pisa210828]

Date: 28 Aug 2021 (Sat)
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Venue: Webinar (via Zoom Meeting)
Language: Cantonese
Fee: N/A (PISA Members only)
Register: https://bit.ly/pisa210828

Agenda:

2:00pm – 2:15pm: Online Admission and Networking
2:15pm – 2:35pm: Our 20 years of Infosec Journey (我們的20年資訊保安歷程)- by SC Leung
2:35pm – 3:30 pm: PISA/(ISC)2 Joint AGMs

Zoom meeting link will be provided by Eventbrite reminder email before 27-AUG.

Please join the meeting on time 2:00pm for earlier admission. The AGMs will start sharply at 2:15pm.

You are recommended to join Zoom Meeting using a Desktop version. Please prepare the machine well for the above requirement.

NOTE: Only valid members can join the AGM. No “membership renewal” will be processed on the AGM date.

For any question, please send an email to info@pisa.org.hk / send a message via m.me/pisahkg to seek our support, thanks.

Supporting Event: PwnTillDawn Online Battlefield Competition 2021 (8 May 2021)

Date: 8 May 2021 (Saturday)
Time: 07:00 CEST (GMT +2) / 13:00 HKT (GMT +8)
Venue:  Online
Language: English
Fee: Free
Register: https://registration.pwntilldawn.com/Register?eventGuid=63ebb27b-6cc1-4bc9-89b2-07a577a9076c

Summary:

PwnTillDawn Online Battlefield’s Competition is the 100% online version which will allow selected contenders to put their offensive skills to the test and from anywhere.

PwnTillDawn Online Battlefield’s Competition is an intensive 24 hour/non-stop competition where 50+ participants will evolve within a network comprised of many machines affected by real life vulnerabilities witnessed by wizlynx group through hundreds of penetration tests conducted for companies and organizations of various sizes and industries. The PwnTillDawn “Capture-the-flag” (CTF) will challenge contestants to break into as many machines as possible using a succession of weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Upon the compromise of a machine, contestants will have to collect flags awarding a certain amount of points.

Goodwill Event Edition Changes 

This edition of the PwnTillDawn competition will be slightly different from the previous ones, in fact, you will not only participate for yourself but also you will help less fortunate young students to get Cyber Security trainings.

When the total of the points from the flags discovered by the participants will reach different thresholds (based on the number of players) a training will be granted! We are counting on you to discover as many flags as possible so we can give away all the trainings!

In addition to sponsoring the trainings, the top 3 classified participants will also win the following prizes:

1st Place: A $150 USD Amazon/Spotify/Netflix gift card

2nd Place: A $75 USD Amazon/Spotify/Netflix gift card

3rd Place: A $50 USD Amazon/Spotify/Netflix gift card

New Addition -> TEAMS

For this Goodwill edition of the PwnTillDawn we are also releasing a new feature: TEAMS.

A maximum of 3 players can join a team and participate to the Goodwill Competition.
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Due to limited spots available for the competition, registrations will undergo a selection process where your passion, motivation, and experience for offensive security will be assessed. We therefore strongly encourage you to submit a complete application.

Important Notes:

  • The competition will start at 7am CEST
  • Limited tools authorised during the competition!
  • No cooperation between single participants and between different teams

Details: https://registration.pwntilldawn.com/Register?eventGuid=63ebb27b-6cc1-4bc9-89b2-07a577a9076c

Shifting Security to the Left – Guardrails-as-Code

Date: 20 April 2021 (Tuesday)
Time: 13:00 – 14:00 (GMT +8)
Venue:  Live Webinar
Language: English
Fee: Free
Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shifting-security-to-the-left-guardrails-as-code-tickets-149999407265

Highlight:

The shift left of the security and defining everything as code become a new trend for cybersecurity. In this talk, Ken from AWS will share with you a solution that helped users define their guardrails in code, and enforce the guardrails from preventative, detective and responsive perspective.

– The Guardrail-as-Code framework that encompasses Cloud Adoption Framework Security Perspective

– Build the close loop of Directive, Preventative, Detective and Responsive control on AWS

– Open source and AWS native tools to realise the architecture

Speaker Profile:

Ken Zhang

Practice Manager, DevOps & Security, AWS GCR Professional Services

Ken led cloud security and transformation projects in Australia and the Greater China Region. He has experience helping organizations with their security and transformation journeys in banking, insurance, retail, health service and manufacturing industries. Ken maintains a range of well-recognized certificates and holds MBA from a global top 30 business school. He is a regular speaker at AWS and other associates’ conferences in the region.

Notes:

The Webinar is conducted in English with English Presentation Material.

Please install Zoom software/app for your PC, Mobile or Tablet.

For the Meeting ID and Passcode, it will be sent by a separate email after the registration.

Supporting Event: Zero Trust Security For Your Distributed Workforces (10 March 2021)

Date: 10 March 2021 (Wednesday)
Time: 11:00 – 12:00 (GMT +8)
Venue:  Live Webinar
Language: Cantonese
Fee: Free
Register: http://www.isc2.org/News-and-Events/Webinars/APAC-Webinars?commid=467855&utm_source=chapter

Highlight:
2020 has caught many businesses off guard. Users, data, devices, critical business applications and networks have left the office and become more distributed.

This shift in the way we work & do business has resulted in companies losing visibility into what was happening in their corporate and their employees’ personal networks, devices, and applications. This shift has also seen several cybercriminals and sophisticated hacking groups rapidly adjusting their techniques and tactics to take advantage of the situation.

Whether you are a Fortune 500 company or a small/medium enterprise, there are fundamentally three things you need to protect: data, devices, applications, and the network itself. Register for this session to: See how Hong Kong ranks in DDOS attacks distribution globally

  1. See how Hong Kong ranks in DDOS attacks distribution globally
  2. Stay ahead of the cyberattack vectors & see how Cloudflare helps in combating these attacks
  3. Find out what is the hype on Zero- Trust Security & how Cloudflare One can future- proof your cybersecurity capability regardless of the shift in workforce situation

Stay on for a supercharged Q&A session and test your cybersecurity readiness!

Presenter: Leo Lam

Customer Development, Cloudflare

Presenter: Antonio Rancan

Solutions Engineer, Cloudflare

Moderator: Otto Lee, CISSP, CCSP, CSSLP

Membership Chair, (ISC)² Hong Kong Chapter

For Details: http://www.isc2.org/News-and-Events/Webinars/APAC-Webinars?commid=467855&utm_source=chapter