Joining CLAP-TECH Pathway: Nurture HK’s Future IT and Creative Media Talent
If you or your company is looking for opportunities to contribute to nurturing young IT and creative media talents, join the Jockey Club Multiple Pathways Initiative – CLAP-TECH Pathway, Hong Kong’s first through-train VPET (Vocational, Professional Education & Training) pathway in mainstream secondary and post-secondary education.
CLAP-TECH Pathway is looking for industry partners and career mentors to join their mission of providing secondary and post-secondary students with meaningful workplace learning opportunities. Since 2020, the Pathway has welcomed 26 industry partners from the business sector and 120+ career mentors to mentor 800+ students in the domains of information technology and creative media.
Industry Partners Welcome IT or creative media companies to join. Collaborate to provide workplace exposure opportunities for students, e.g. company visits, guest lectures, summer internship placements. Career Mentors – Corporate or Individual Capacity Welcome professionals with 5+ years of experience, fluent Cantonese and current jobs in IT or creative media to join as career mentors. Career mentors will meet students twice a year to help them explore future career opportunities. Corporate Level – welcome teams of 4+ mentors from the same company to pair with a group of secondary school students, meetings will be held at schools. Individual Capacity – welcome IT professionals to join as career mentors for our Higher Diploma in Data Science students at Hong Kong Baptist University and/or other self-arranged locations.
Funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, CLAP-TECH Pathway is a tripartite partnership among Hong Kong Baptist University, industry partners, and secondary schools, and is supported by the Professional Information Security Association (PISA). The Pathway equips students with technical and soft skills for the future workforce by incorporating career and life development in the curriculum.
We are excited to announce that this year’s annual Information Security Summit (IS Summit) will be stepping into its 20th anniversary, and to celebrate this milestone, we are launching a new event name – “Cyber Security Summit Hong Kong 2023” (CS Summit). This new name reflects our commitment to providing a more innovative and forward-thinking approach to cybersecurity
Jointly organised by Hong Kong Productivity Council and leading security organisations in Hong Kong, the Summit aims to provide participants with the latest information on security trends and developments, as well as to foster a community of cybersecurity professionals who can share their knowledge and expertise.
We are proud to have the participation of local and international security experts, as well as representatives from internationally renowned companies. The two-day event will feature keynote speeches, panel discussions, and workshops that will cover a range of topics, including artificial intelligence, cloud security, quantum computing, and emerging threats.
We believe that the CS Summit will be an excellent opportunity for attendees to learn from the best and brightest in the industry, as well as to network with other cybersecurity professionals. We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting event.
Date: 29-Jul (Sat) Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm Venue: ADC 202, HKU SPACE Admiralty Centre, Admiralty Language: Cantonese Fee: FREE Register: https://bit.ly/pisajam2023 (Priority would be accorded to PISA members)
Let’s have a Security Jam!
Mark your calendars for PISA Jam 2023, our upcoming annual event focused on cybersecurity. Join us for a day of informative sessions and engaging activities designed to enhance your understanding of the latest trends, threats, and solutions in the field. From expert speakers to hands-on workshops, PISA Jam 2023 has it all. Whether you’re a seasoned cybersecurity professional or just starting out, this event offers valuable insights and networking opportunities. Don’t miss out on this exciting event – register today!
[9:00-9:15] Registration / Social Networking
[9:15-9:30] Opening Speech – by PISA
[9:30-10:05] Topic: Physical Protection System basics and design – by Mr. Rex Lam, ASIS HK Chapter
[10:05-10:40] Topic: From Personal Data Protection to Cybersecurity – How do they work under employment laws in Hong Kong – by Ms. Milly Hung, Head of Employment, Litigation, Disputes Resolution & Arbitration (Profile)
[10:45-12:15] – Hands-on Workshop: The new challenges in DFIR – by Mr. Frankie Li, Cybersecurity practitioner
In the Workshop, Frankie will share his knowledge on the difference between Digital Forensics and DFIR. He will provide insights on the latest development of how to investigate cyber attacks with DFIR tools.
The attendants will be provided with a VM installed with tools to perform a triage on DFIR case.
The Asia Pacific Domain Name System Forum (APAC DNS Forum) 2023, will take place from 4 to 5 July 2023 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Hong Kong. It seeks to gather regional DNS industry experts and members of the wider community to discuss the latest developments, opportunities, and challenges in the domain name marketplace.
Jointly organized by ICANN and the Hong Kong Internet Registration Corporation (HKIRC), the APAC DNS Forum 2023 will feature a multitude of topics discussing the role of the DNS from various perspectives, aiming to serve as a platform for participants to network, exchange ideas, and explore collaboration opportunities. In addition to the technical topics such as cybersecurity and emerging technologies, the sessions will also cover industry trends and business opportunities such as spurring online business growth and digital brand protection to broader topics like the potential impacts of regulatory, policy, and technological developments on the DNS industry.
Date: 17 Jun 2023 (Sat) [Pre-competition Training (20 May), Competition Day (17 June)] Venue: Cybersecurity Centre of IVE (Chai Wan) Inquiry: email@example.com
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.