Security in the Cyber Age: Opportunities and Challenges
12:00 - 2:00pm (first 15-20 minutes is for networking) Lunch included Hosted by the Information & Communication Technology Committee Cyberspace is the lifeblood of today's commerce and modern societies. It is made possible by interdependent networks of information technology and critical infrastructure such as the Internet, telecommunications networks, and computer systems. The globalization and ubiquitous nature of cyberspace creates vulnerabilities, from individuals to national security concerns, as private and public sectors are equally dependent on such networks to operate.
Can businesses deploy cutting-edge technologies and processes to defend against, cope with, and recover from cyber attacks? What are the lessons from the most recent attacks against target-rich businesses such as financial institutions and oil companies?
Please join Lt. General Kenneth Minihan for a lively discussion on the opportunities and challenges of Security in the Cyber Age.
Club Lusitano 27/F 27/F,16 Ice House St Central, Hong Kong