Highlight: In the ever-changing world of the cloud computing, you will face unique security challenges every day – from new threats, sensitive data to unskilled internal team members. Take command of the Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP®), the premier cloud security certification, in order to address these challenges. The CCSP is a global credential representing the highest standard of cloud security expertise. It was co-established by (ISC)² and Cloud Security Alliance – the leading stewards for information security and cloud computing security.
Highlight: Prove you have what it takes to protect your organisation from malicious hackers and threats with the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®) certification. Demonstrate your knowledge, advance your career and become a member of a 130,000-strong community of cybersecurity leaders setting the bar for professionals across the information security workforce.
Date: 12 May 2020 (Tue) Time: 8:30pm – 9:30pm Venue: Webinar – Participant shall prepare his/her own electronic device (e.g. Desktop, Notebook or Mobile, etc.) with Internet access. Speaker: Mr. Mike Lo (CCSK, CISSP, CISA, CISM, PMP, Certified SAP Consultant, MCSE) Language: Cantonese Fee: Free (Pre-registration is required.) Register: https://bit.ly/pisa200512
Highlight: As an IT professional, how do you deal with the pandemic situation while you are Work-From-Home (WFH)? Have you tried using Video Conference?
The coronavirus pandemic situation hasn’t yet under controlled in recent weeks, video conferencing tools are more frequently used to communicate with your peers and clients, as a good security practice, have you ever evaluated the security level of video conferencing tools that are being used? Are there any default settings that are vulnerable and easily exploited by the attacker? Any possibility that your sensitive meeting conversation leaks owing to the misconfiguration or poor setup.
PISA has the honor to have Mike Lo share with our members, via Webinar, his invaluable advice for using Video Conferencing Tools as an IT professional during the pandemic situation.
During the webinar, Mike will talk about the security tips for using Video Conferencing (VC) tools, there is a number of suggested rules and best practices stated in the material, as well as screen capture of different VC tools’ setting, these settings are also mentioned in the latest Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) Work-From-Home Guideline released on Apr 29th, 2020.
The Webinar is conducted in Cantonese 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 separated email after the registration.
BIO Data of Mike Mike is currently working for a Swiss-based CREST Certified Cyber Security Assessment company “wizlynx group” with the role of “Director, Cyber Security Services” looking after Hong Kong and Taiwan Markets, he is also the Program Director of PISA, Founder and Chairman of HK CTF Association, Convener of Car Hacking Village HK, frequent SSO Trainer for ISC2 HK Chapter and Founder of HITCONxCHANGE.
Mike holds professional qualifications such as CCSK, IPv6 Sage, CISSP, CISA, CISM, PMP, SAP Certified Consultant, MCSE, and MCNE.
Date: 8 May 2020 (Fri) Time: 2:30pm – 5:30pm Venue: Webinar – Participant shall prepare his/her own electronic device (e.g. Desktop, Notebook or Mobile, etc.) with Internet access. Language: Cantonese Fee: Free (Pre-registration is required.) Register: https://www.hkcert.org/my_url/en/event/20050801
Highlight: This seminar is jointly organized by the Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre, the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer and the Hong Kong Police Force. In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, organisations including government, enterprises and schools, ramp up remote working and e-learning. While remote working and e-learning may bring you much convenience, you should stay vigilant to prevent the risk of personal data leakage and cyber attacks by malicious attackers. The webinar will invite information security experts to share their experiences on this subject.
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) Language: Cantonese Fee: Free (Pre-registration is required.) Register: https://bit.ly/pisa200406
Highlight: 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.
Education Background Higher Diploma in Computer Engineering (CityU) Professional Qualifications CISSP, CCSP, CISA, CWSP, CWNA, CIFI Industry or Public Services Convener, Information Security and Privacy Working Group, Internet Society Hong Kong
Date: 16 December 2019 (Monday) Time: 2:00pm – 6:00pm (Registration starts at 1:30pm) Venue: 6/F, Happy Valley Stands, Happy Valley Racecourse, Happy Valley Language: English Fee: HKD 200 / HKD 100 (Early-bird till 25-Oct) Register: https://bit.ly/33p9l9F
Highlight: This Half-Day Seminar is the largest Enterprise Architecture seminar in Hong Kong organised by Hong Kong Computer Society Enterprise Architecture Specialist Group (HKCS EASG). Coming to the 7th year, the theme of this year is “Agility and Governance in Digital Age”. Case sharing in the use of latest technologies, such as IoT, Data Analytics, AI, Micro-services, DevOps, Containers, etc. for technology innovation and fit to digital business. How Enterprise Architects and IT leaders introduce agility and governance into such digital transformation journey. In this seminar, several experienced IT leaders in major organisations will discuss their viewpoints and real-world experience in agility and governance in the digital era. They will cover not only the best practices but also the challenges and lessons learnt. This event is also an invaluable opportunity for us to network with the speakers and other IT architects to exchange knowledge and share experience.
Highlight: Following a successful event in 2018, Hong Kong’s premier security research group Dragon Threat Labs is hosting DragonCon, possibly the most technically-intensive security conference borne out of Hong Kong. Come to join us, make friends and see the cybercity!
The dinner drew over 300 guests, comprising of government officials, brand leaders, professionals, academia, industry experts and media last year. We believe that the dinner could help you to build relationships with your target market, strengthen your brand awareness and increase your reach and exposure to potential clients and partners.
Date: 26-Sep (Thur) Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm Venue: Room Y403, HK PolyU, Hung Hom Language: Cantonese Fee: FREE Register: http://bit.ly/pisa190926
Agenda: 7:00pm to 7:30pm : Networking and Check-in 7:30pm to 7:35pm : PISA Announcement 7:35pm to 8:45pm : The new Macau Cyber Security Law is on its way by Mr. Terry Cheung 8:45pm to 9:00pm : Q & A
Highlight: Starting from July 2015, Macau started to prepare the law for cyber security. Eventually, the Macau Cyber Security law was published in June and will be effective in December this year. Many people may feel cyber security law is a sensitive subject and the controls may be a bit over.
You like it or not. The new law is coming. What are the requirements of the new law? What will be the challenges to the in scope organizations? Will it affect you as a person or company outside Macau? In this seminar, we will highlight the law and discuss the related issues.
This event is supported by CSA Hong Kong and Macau Chapter.
Speaker: Terry has been in IT and Information Security sectors for over 23 years. He has been working in various industries including banking, government, telecommunications and hospitality and gaming. He has experiences in security policy development, forming new security team, design and deploy various security systems including two tiers DDoS protection service, central logging system and SIEM, ISO27001 implementation, etc. He has been participated in the development and implementation of many systems including core banking systems, converged billing systems, ERP, HR, CRM, Call Center system, gaming and hospitality systems, etc.
Apart from work, Terry is also the founder of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) Macao Chapter and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Hong Kong & Macau Chapter.
Date: 31-Aug (Sat) Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm Venue: 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
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.