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Joint AGMs 2019 cum Feature Talk: Seasonings to Improve Sustainability of your Information Security Programme (31 Aug 2019)

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Date: 31-Aug (Sat)
Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Staff Club Restaurant, 5/F Communal Building, HK Polytechnic University, Hung Hom
Language: Cantonese
Fee: FREE & including Tea Buffet (PISA members only)
Register: http://bit.ly/pisaagm2019

Agenda:
2:00pm to 2:30pm : Networking and Check-in
2:30pm to 3:15pm : Seasonings to Improve Sustainability of your Information Security Programme
3:15pm to 5:00pm : PISA/(ISC)2 Joint AGMs & Exco Elections

Feature Talk Highlight:
Choosing international/ industry best practice information security frameworks (e.g.ISO/IEC27000 family, COBIT, CIS, NIST CSF) helps information security practitioners to identify the key ingredients (scope, objectives, security and control requirements, etc.) of any IT/OT Security Programme. However, to put the programme into actionable and sustainable for years, it will take some seasonings to improve the flavor. In this sharing, Carol would provide her key seasoning tips to address cyber talent shortage issue and make a popular programme amongst stakeholders.

Speaker:
Carol Lee, Professional Development Director, ISACA China HK Chapter

For any questions, please contact us at info@pisa.org.hk
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Deep analysis and lessons learned from SingHealth Incident (22 Jul 2019)

Date: 22-Jul (Mon)
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: ADC 309, HKU Space, Admiralty
Language: Cantonese
Fee: FREE
Register: http://bit.ly/pisa190722

Agenda:
7:00pm to 7:30pm : Networking and Check-in
7:30pm to 7:35pm : PISA Announcement
7:35pm to 8:45pm : Deep analysis and lessons learned from SingHealth Incident by Mr. Matthew Wong
8:45pm to 9:00pm : Q & A

Highlight:
In Singapore’s worst cyber attack, hackers infiltrated the databases of SingHealth, the largest group of healthcare institutions here. The personal particulars of 1.5 million patients, including the outpatient prescriptions of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and a few ministers, were stolen. What happened? How did it happen? What happens next? What we can learn?

Speaker:
Matthew Wong brings to FireEye with more than 20 years of IT experience. He has been in Regional Technical Consultant role in Asia Pacific Region covering team development for 21 people. He also acted as Pre-sales and Product Management positions in various listed companies. He was involved in many regional sizable Network/Security projects and he was also invited to speak at many major seminars, conferences and press releases.

​He holds more than 30 IT certificates majorly from Cisco, Juniper, Websense, Bluecoat, Ciphertrust, Packeteer and Allied Telesis. He holds Master of Philosophy (M. Phil) in The Hong Kong Polytechnic University research on Network QoS/Routing Algorithm with released Journal paper. He also gains his Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in University of Auckland during his 6 years stay in New Zealand.

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