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.
|08:15 - 08:45||Registration and Networking|
|08:45 - 08:55||Introduction & Welcome by CSO|
|08:55||Hot Plated Breakfast Served|
|08:55 – 09:15||Keynote CSO|
|09:15 – 09:35||Keynote by Kaspersky Lab|
|09:35 - 09:50||Industry Speaker|
|10:00 – 10:30||Panel Session - Interactive on floor Q&A|
|10:30 - 10:50||Managing Hybrid Cloud Security:
Complete Cybersecurity for Corporate Hybrid Cloud Ecosystem
|10:50 - 11:00||Wrap-up and close by CSO|
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.
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.
Senior Technical Consultant, Kaspersky Lab
Kieran Cook has been part of the Kaspersky Lab family for close to four years. Kieran provides technical knowledge, advice and senior support to Kaspersky Lab partners and customers at all levels and industries such as Government, Financial Services, Data Centres, Telecom, Healthcare and Industrial.
His area of expertise incudes, and not limited to, cyber-attacks, advanced threats, prevention technologies, privacy and data protection, cloud and virtualization, and critical infrastructures. Kieran holds a vital role representing Kaspersky Lab as the leading subject matter expert on our flagship products and cybersecurity services in ANZ region. One of his latest prominent presentations was delivered during May Australia and New Zealand partner roadshow with our founder, Eugene Kaspersky, which had a great impact on positioning brand as a thought leader when it comes to latest cybersecurity trends and threats.
Kieran also conducts Kaspersky Industrial Protection Simulation (KIPS) exercise for key enterprise clients in ANZ region such as Toyota Financial Services. KIPS is also used in enterprises globally such as BASF (world top chemical manufacturer), CERN (Large Hadron Collider), Mitsubishi, Yokogawa, RusHydro, Panasonic, ISA (International Society of Automation), to train their own engineers, developers, customer-facing personal to note and take care about cybersecurity in the industrial automation environments, and boost the awareness in the Critical Infrastructures.
Kieran enjoys good restaurants, taking on new challenges, and spending time with family.
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
Senior Security Researcher, Global Research & Analysis Team (GReAT), Kaspersky Lab ANZ
Noushin Shabab joined Kaspersky Lab in 2016 and is a senior security researcher based in Australia specialising in reverse engineering and targeted attack investigations.
Part of the the Global Research & Analysis Team (GReAT), her research focuses on advanced cyber criminal activities and targeted attacks in Asia Pacific. Prior to joining Kaspersky Lab, Noushin used to work as a senior malware analyst and software developer for a prominent security software company in Middle East. She has first-hand knowledge of rootkit analysis, detection techniques and APT attack investigations.
Noushin remains active in the local cyber security community in Australia, New Zealand and the rest of APAC by presenting at various local security conferences. Her prominent keynotes include INTERPOL World, Singapore 2017, Ruxcon, Australia 2017, BSides Wellington 2017, WICME (Women in Cyber Mentoring) organized by the department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and recently at this year’s Security Analyst Summit (SAS) in Cancun, Mexico and AusCERT2018 Conference in Australia.
She is also a member of the Australian Women in Security Network (AWSN) which aims to support and inspire women in the Australian security industry. Shabab was the first mentor to provide technical workshops and mentorship for the AWSN female cadets program which aims to bridge the skill gap between universities and industry of security.