Survival during epidemic, live version of an IT Professional IT人疫景求生 真人版 (6 Apr 2020)
Date: 6 Apr 2020 (Mon)
Time: 8:30pm – 9:30pm
Venue: Webinar by Zoom. Participant shall prepare his/her own electronic device (e.g. Desktop, Notebook or Mobile, etc.) with Internet access.
Speaker: Mr. Young Wo Sang (CISSP CISA CEI ECSA CHFI CIFI CEH ITIL(v3)F ISO/IEC 20000 Auditor)
Fee: Free (Pre-registration is required.)
Perhaps the most popular global topic nowadays is COVID-19….
You may have learned from TV News that one of our PISA veterans, Mr. Young Wo Sang, who was forced to stay in the cruise ship in Japan for few weeks due to other COVIN-19 infected passengers. Even returned to HK, Sang and other passengers were also required to stay in the quarantine camp for two weeks….
Started with a happy cruise trip with family but turned out with an unexpected quarantine camping, it was not an enjoyable experience. However, something’s lost but something’s gained. It gives Sang new idea on how to face with unexpected situation, continue with his connections with other people or even work remotely in the ship.
PISA has the honor to have Sang to share with our members, via Webinar, his invaluable experiences and challenges as a traveler and an IT professional during such unexpected adverse situation.
BIO Data of Sang
Mr. Young Wo Sang is an information security specialist with expertise in information security consultation and training. He is one of the Elected Members of the Information Technology Subsector, Election Committee of HKSAR Government receiving a high vote among all candidates in the 2006 & 2011 election. In 2008, he was elected as a Director, Hong Kong Internet Registration Corporation Limited, serviced till 2016.
Higher Diploma in Computer Engineering (CityU)
CISSP, CCSP, CISA, CWSP, CWNA, CIFI
Industry or Public Services
Convener, Information Security and Privacy Working Group, Internet Society Hong Kong
COVID-19 and Sang
Coronavirus: Hongkongers stuck on the Diamond Princess in Japan struggle with boredom, cabin fever and the threat of infection