Date: 17 Jun 2023 (Sat) [Pre-competition Training (20 May), Competition Day (17 June)]
Venue: Cybersecurity Centre of IVE (Chai Wan)
The Information Technology Discipline of the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education is currently holding the Greater Bay Area Cybersecurity Competition for Tertiary Education. The purpose of the competition is to promote technical exchange among Tertiary Education academies in Greater Bay Area and enhancing awareness of Cybersecurity.
The competition aims to raise awareness of cybersecurity, strengthen participants’ knowledge and understanding of incident response and threat intelligence, cultivate the next generation of cybersecurity professionals, and protect the healthy development of smart cities in a secure network environment.
The competition will evaluate the participants’ performance to select the most outstanding participant. Assessment aspect included Cybersecurity technique ability, flag development speed etc.
Date: 16 Jun 2023 (Fri)
Time: 09:00 – 17:00 HKT
Venue: Regal Ballroom, Regal Hongkong Hotel, 88 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay
Fee: HK$3,500 Early Bird / HK$4,000 Regular [For Supporting Organisation]
Theme: Harnessing the Power of Technology for Effective Risk Management and Tackling Cybersecurity Threats
The rapid and ever-changing digital technologies provide many benefits and conveniences to the world. Still, they are also introducing new and sophisticated security challenges. The pandemic years have accelerated the hybrid mode of on-premises and cloud operations. At the same time, ransomware, phishing, malware, and identity system attacks have become ubiquitous. These complex security issues, compounded by the shortage of skillful security professionals, are concerns of the board of directors, senior management and working professionals.
Date: 16 Jun 2023 (Fri)
Time: 09:15 – 16:05 HKT
Venue: The Great Room, Level 7, W Hong Kong, West Kowloon
According to experts, implementing a Cybersecurity Mesh Architecture (CSMA) can reduce the financial impact of individual security incidents by an average of 90% by 2024. As cyber threats continue to evolve, a holistic and dynamic approach to security like CSMA is becoming increasingly critical. To stay cyber resilient, organisations must integrate their network, identity, and endpoint securities, together with security operations and SD-WAN, under a zero-trust framework.
The upcoming Singtel cybersecurity forum in Hong Kong, themed “Cybersecurity Mesh: The next wave of cyber defence,” will focus on the importance of the Cybersecurity Mesh Approach in the current cybersecurity landscape and its role in safeguarding businesses in the post-pandemic era.
Into its 10th year, Singtel Cybersecurity Mesh Forum 2023 will also cover various topics on cybersecurity trends, Singtel’s Managed Security Services (MSS) and Advanced Security Operations Centre (ASOC) services, and partnerships with security solution providers to control, monitor, and respond to security threats.
This full-day physical forum will bring together 200 security and network professionals and C-suite executives from various industries, such as financial services, manufacturing, media, logistics and retail. This event is for IT and cybersecurity professionals seeking to stay up-to-date on cybersecurity trends and gain deeper insight into the Cybersecurity Mesh approach. It will also benefit other industry professionals looking for cybersecurity solutions or to enhance their knowledge of cybersecurity.