Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Asia

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WEDNESDAY 18th JULY 2018

9:00am-10:30am – Opening Keynote
Chair: John Donlon QPM, FSI
International adviser on security intelligence and former Director of ACPO Prepare & Protect, UK

Opening Welcome MessageDatuk Patinggi (Dr) Abang Haji Abdul Rahman Zohari Bin Tun Datuk Abang Haji Openg, Chief Minister of Sarawak
– Ir. Md Shah Nuri Md Zain, Chief Executive, National Cyber Security Agency (NACSA), Malaysia
– Munies Pillai, Senior Vice President of the Chartered International Institute of Security And Crisis Management

10:30am-11:00am – Networking Coffee Break

11:00am-12:30pm – CNI Methodology, Strategy & Planning
As the scale and frequency of natural disasters continues to rise and international terrorism shows no signs of abating anytime soon, countries across Asia are focussing on resilient crisis recovery strategies, planning and methodology and how best to implement them.
Chair: John Donlon QPM, FSI

– How the Business Continuity methodology of Business Impact Analysis can help CIP practitioners transition from Asset Protection to Asset Resilience – Oliver Carlos G. Odulio, VP, Head of Asset Protection & Risk Management, PLDT Inc, Philippines
National Cyber Security Policy and Its Implementation: Contributions by CyberSecurity Malaysia – Dr. Amirudin Abdul Wahab, CEO, CyberSecurity Malaysia
Resilience and Transport Security – strategic issues of growing importance in Germany’s Security Policy – Franz-Josef Schneiders, Head of Division, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Germany
– Henry Ee, Chairman, Asia Chapter, Business Continuity Institute (BCI)
– Cyberterrorism / Cyber Security Importance to CIP  – Prakash Christiansen, Country Head / Board Director, ITWNET Malaysia

12:30pm-2:00pm – Delegate Networking Lunch

2:00pm-3:15pm – Session 3: Emerging Threats on CNI – from Cyber to Physical
Critical Infrastructure is vulnerable to a multitude of threats, and the terrorist threat is no longer just physical. The digital age has opened up immense new opportunities for criminal activity, providing numerous communications channels and instant access to critical information and data. But what are the latest threat trends to enable us to be better prepared.
Chair: Lt Col Mustaffa bin Ahmad, CyberSecurity Malaysia

– Shariffah Rashidah Syed Othman, National Cyber Security Agency (NACSA) National Security Council, Prime Minister Department
– Michael Timms, Solution Product Management, Symantec
– Albert Chai, Country Manager Malaysia, CISCO
CBRN Threats in Buildings – Preparedness and Protection Instead of Forgotten Vulnerabilities – Katja Kiukas, Product Manager, Environics Oy

3:15pm-4:00pm – Networking Coffee Break

4:00pm – 5:30pm – Session 4: Cyber Analysis, Monitoring and Defence
The ability to monitor the cyber threats to CNI can greatly assist the operators and agencies better prepare their defences against cyber attacks on systems and information/data. What is the latest strategic perspective on cyber monitoring and cyber defences for enhancing CIIP?
Chair: Anwer Yusoff, CyberSecurity Malaysia

– Sameer Sharma, Senior Advisor, BDT/International Telecommunication Union
– Mohd Hazali Mohamed Halip, Associate Professor / Director, Cyber Security Centre, Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia
– Ian Yip, Chief Technology Officer, Asia Pacific, McAfee & JP Dunning, Principal Security Consultant, APAC Lead for Foundstone Services, McAfee

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