KINDLY TAKE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED FOLLOWING THE RECENT OUTBREAK OF COVID-19.
Cyber risk is a pressing issue that organisations can no longer afford to ignore and cyber-attack incidents can no longer be seen as just an ‘IT issue’. In an increasingly inter-connected digital world, even the smallest incidents can have a big impact. Cyber threat management revolves around making sure that organisations and their assets are secure, while at the same time staying vigilant of the threats; and ready to respond and/or recover from attacks to remain resilient. Growing innovation in turn, has led to numerous incidents of reported cyber-attacks on businesses forcing organisations to re-evaluate their cyber security strategies and preventive measures.
As the cyberspace keeps evolving, it is important and beneficial for organisations to conform and adhere to the recommended standards, regulations and requirements; as technology slowly take over cybersecurity functions which become an essential part of life itself. Creating a sound cybersecurity planning and management programme around threats intelligence and business risks will definitely support business resilience.
This programme will discuss the evolving risks, security standards and cyber regulations impacting the organisations. Today’s complex and distributed IT landscape and third-party involvement means organisations must take a structured approach to understanding the road ahead.