Kaspersky Lab APAC will hold its first multi-city Security Roadshow titled – Cyber Insights 2018 – that will go across 12 cities in Asia Pacific Region, creating partnerships with customers, analysts and cybersecurity experts to discuss and deliberate on the emerging threat landscape in APAC, and explore what organizations need in order to build a solid Cyber Defence plan that will help them build resilience to address existing security risks, detect new attacks, and predict future complex threats.
|13:30 - 14:00||Registration|
|14:00 – 14:20||Welcome Address & Kaspersky Lab Introduction||Alvin Cheng, General Manager,
Kaspersky Lab, Greater China Region
|14:20 – 14:50||The Top Cyber-threats Your Business Could Face in H2, 2018||Vitaly Kamluk
Director, Global Research & Analysis Team, Kaspersky Lab APAC
|14:50 – 15:10||The Situation of Cyber Crime in Hong Kong||Dicky Wong
Hong Kong Police Force
|15:10 – 15:30||Fighting Cybercriminal with Law Enforcement Agencies||Oleg Abdurashitov
Head of Public Affairs, Kaspersky Lab APAC
|15:30 - 15:50||Tea Break|
|15:50 - 16:10||Building Cyber Defence & Resilience: An IDC Perspective||Simon Piff
Vice President, Security Practice, IDC APAC
|16:10 - 16:30||Cybersecurity Risk Mitigation in an Era of Digital Transformation||Leonard Sim
Head of Presales, Kaspersky Lab APAC
|16:30 - 16:40||Complete Cybersecurity for Corporate Hybrid Cloud Ecosystem (In Cantonese)||Tony Cheung
Territory Manager, Kaspersky Lab Greater China
|16:40 - 17:05||Human Aspects of Security Education (In Cantonese)||Eric Kwok
General Manager, Lapcom Ltd
|17:05 - 17:10||Lucky Draw|
Titled, APAC ThreatScape 2018, the keynote presentation will be delivered by expert from Global Research and Analysts Team (GReAT). In this presentation, Kaspersky Lab GReAT speaker will highlight the key threats affecting APAC countries in 2017 and first half of 2018 in addition to detailing about the top cyber-threats businesses could face in H2 this year.
Building Cyber Defence and Resilience with Adaptive Security Framework is this year’s theme for Cyber Insights. To be delivered by leading industry analyst, this presentation will highlight the importance of becoming resilient to cyberattacks by implementing an Adaptive Security Framework. By adoption of such Security Architecture, your security teams will be able to Prevent most attacks, Detect unique new threats rapidly, Respond to live incidents and Predict future threats.
This session will showcase our Threat Management and Defense approach delivering a unique combination of leading technologies and services which support the implementation of an Adaptive Security Strategy. With this approach, organizations can gain complete visibility of the threat lifecycle as well as move from a reactive to a proactive security model based on risk management, continuous monitoring across the organization’s network with advanced threat hunting and remediation capabilities.
Today, companies are dealing with hybrid cloud environment. This presentation will take a look at the main components of a multi-cloud environment, from private data centers to IAAS providers to Public Clouds and how we can deliver protection layers to each workload in your multi-cloud environment.
Head of Presales, Kaspersky Lab, APAC
Leonard Sim joined Kaspersky Lab in Nov 2017 as the Head of Presales for the APAC region. In this role, he currently leads the team of presales managers and engineers across the Asia Pacific region, providing presales support on all Kaspersky Lab solutions to address the cyber security needs and requirements from customers and partners.
Prior to joining Kaspersky Lab, Leonard was in various presales and sales engineering roles across multiple global cyber security vendors, for more than 15 years. He is armed with an extensive range of knowledge from Cloud Security, Email Security to Software-as-a-Service, and has driven successful sales closure in collaboration with the sales teams.
Director, Global Research & Analysis Team, APAC
Vitaly has been involved in malware research at Kaspersky Lab since 2005. In 2008, he was appointed Senior Antivirus Expert, before going on to become Director of the EEMEA Research Center in 2009. He spent a year in Japan focusing on major local threats affecting the region. In 2014 he was seconded to the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore, where he works in the INTERPOL Digital Crime Center specializing in malware reverse engineering, digital forensics and cybercrime investigation. He remains a Principal Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab.
Prior to joining Kaspersky Lab, Vitaly worked as a software developer and system administrator. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Applied Math and Computer Science at the Belarussian State University
General Manager, Kaspersky Lab Greater China Region
Mr. Alvin Cheng was appointed as general manager of Kaspersky Lab Greater China Region since August 2014, responsible for the company's operations and business management in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao. Alvin joined Kaspersky Lab in 2012, at the position of deputy general manager China. He dedicated to the promotion of network security via leveraging Kaspersky Lab’s leading technology in the domestic enterprises, governments, and individual fields.
Mr. Alvin Cheng devoted himself in information security field in APAC and China regions for more than 18 years. Prior to joining Kaspersky Lab, Alvin worked in Trend Micro for more than 12 years. At this stage, he worked in several key positions, including new Business Development Director APAC, Channel Director China, and Deputy GM of China. In the field of network and information security, Alvin won more than 20 domestic and international glory as the industry's best manager.
Mr. Alvin Cheng began his career in Procter & Gamble, at the position of brand manager of Greater China. Alvin won his double MBA degree in NCCU and CEIBS.
Vice President of Security Practice
Simon Piff is the Vice President of IDC Asia/Pacific's IT Security Practice Business. He focuses on the needs of the chief security officer in an environment that encompasses cloud computing, the Internet of Things, and a continued and persistent attack from cybercriminals. Much has changed in this area since 1994, when Simon installed his first firewall, and the collision of Big Data with security, the move to a defense in-depth strategy, and the issues of insufficient numbers of well-trained staff make this a challenging area for businesses today.
Simon started his Asia/Pacific regional experience in 1989; since then, he has served in various sales, marketing management, and consulting roles for IT hardware, software, services, and online businesses. Having previously covered the storage system and then datacenter markets for IDC Asia/Pacific, Simon's career background and IDC experience put him in the ideal position to deliver valuable insights to both technology buyers and providers. Prior to joining IDC, Simon worked at Microsoft Asia/Pacific, defining the company's business intelligence, data warehousing, and data management go-to-market strategies for the region. He also worked at Digital Equipment Corporation to develop its IT security, Internet, ecommerce, and service provider business as well as with a medical dot-com in various business development and management roles.
MBA from Southern Cross University, Australia
Head of Public Affairs, Asia Pacific
As Head of Public Affairs, Asia Pacific, Oleg oversees company’s relations with government bodies, regulators, law enforcement agencies and other stakeholders in the region. He also represents Kaspersky Lab at the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovations and at the regional cybersecurity conferences.
Prior to joining Kaspersky Lab, Oleg led the award-winning Russia &CIS Technology Practice at Ketchum, one of the largest global communications and public affairs consultancies, where he advised the world’s biggest technology companies on media and politics in the region.
Earlier Oleg worked with the British Council and other global NGOs in Central Asia on a range of social, cultural and educational initiatives. He holds BA in Journalism and Public Relations.
General Manager, Lapcom Ltd.
Eric is the General Manager of Lapcom Ltd. he has over 16 years experience in marketing IT security. Realizing the growing market opportunities, he directs his focus to security solutions and start distributing Kaspersky security software in HK in 2005. With expertise in security and market understanding, Eric successfully placed the brand at a leading position in Hong Kong security solution market. Further to traditional security, he expands the products distributes to cloud & mobility security solutions.
Territory Channel Manager, Kaspersky Lab, Greater China Region
Mr. Tony Cheung has been appointed as Territory Manager of Kaspersky Lab based in Hong Kong since March 2018, responsible for the company's business management in Hong Kong and Macao areas.
Tony has in-depth experience in information technology industry in Hong Kong and Macao areas with more than 18 years of track record. Prior to joining Kaspersky Lab, Tony has worked at many global industry leaders, included Microsoft, HP, Symantec, Veritas and Oracle, collectively for more than 18 years.
Hong Kong Police Force
Mr. Wong joined the Hong Kong Police Force in 2011 and has held several cyber crime-related management positions since 2014. Being in charge of the Collaboration team of the Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau (CSTCB), Mr. Wong is now responsible for collaborating with the private and public sectors to raise the awareness of the emerging cyber threats in Hong Kong.
Prior to that, Mr. Wong also served the District Investigation Team, Technology Crime Investigation Team and took the role of Head of the Cyber Security Centre (CSC) of CSTCB in 2015, at which he was involved in large-scaled cyber attack cases in Hong Kong.
Mr. Wong is an INTERPOL accredited trainer in Computer Forensics, a Certified Ethical Hacker, a Certified Penetration Tester and obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Management Economics from the University of Essex, United Kingdom.