Speakers

KEYNOTES

“INFORMATION AND CYBER SECURITY IN THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION”

08:20 – 12:00

 

 

The Overview of cyber security in Vietnam

Lieutenant General Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hoang Phuoc Thuan, Director General, Cyber Security Department, Ministry of Public Security

     
     

 

 

Considerations on sovereignty cyberspace

Mr. Nguyen Thanh Hai, Director General, Authority of Information Security, Ministry of Information & Communications

Mr. Nguyen Thanh Hai was born in 1960. He has MBA degree and graduated from Hanoi University of Science and Technology.

He had worked in army, international teleco, department of strategy, general department of Post, department of Telecommunications (Ministry of Post and Telecommunications), Deputy Director of VNCERT; and now, he is Director of Information Security Department (Ministry of Information & Communications)

     

 

 

Cisco as a platform for Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation means transforming how you transform workplace experiences, how we deliver enhanced services to our customers, and how we shorten our planning cycles to go to market faster. It also transforms how we utilize new technology to enable our businesses to grow and prosper. This session will highlight unique capabilities required to deliver the platform and tools that enables businesses to securely grow and take advantage of Digital Transformation.

Mr. Demetris Booth, Head of Security Product Marketing & Evangelism , Cisco Security APJC

Demetris Booth is the Regional Product Marketing and Evangelism Lead for Cisco Security in APJC. Through ongoing interactions with customers, partners, and sales teams, Demetris is responsible for Thought Leadership and Evangelism, as well as defining product requirements, positioning, and regional product strategies.
Prior to Cisco, Demetris held several Leadership roles with Juniper Networks in Asia-Pacific, Citrix Systems (EMEA) via their acquisition of Teros, Inc. As a seventeen-year veteran of the technology industry, he brings a diverse, global perspective, having lived and worked in North America, Europe, and Asia.
In his personal time, Demetris enjoys music (plays Saxophone), cooking, traveling, and exploring studies in Neuroscience and Personal Development. He is also pursuing his PhD through Capella University.

     

 

 

Enterprise risk management and supply chain risk strategy

Mr. Donald Purdy, CSO, Huawei US

Andy Purdy is the Chief Security Officer for Huawei Technologies USA (since July 2012). Andy oversees Huawei USA’s cyber security assurance strategy and system, and supports Huawei’s global security assurance program.

Andy is the Huawei global lead for the East-West Institute Global Cooperation in Cyberspace Initiative and serves as the Vice Chair of the Open Group Trusted Technology Forum, which developed the Open Group Trusted Technology Provider Standard (O-TTPS), recognized by ISO as 20243.

Andy was a member of the White House staff where he helped to draft the U.S. National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace (2003), after which he went to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) where he helped to form and launch the National Cyber Security Division (NCSD) and the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), which he led from 2004-2006, serving as the senior cyber security official for the U.S government. At DHS, Andy also served as Co-chair of the National Cyber Response Coordination Group (NCRCG), the principal US interagency group to prepare for and respond to cyber incidents of national significance, and he was DHS representative to the Committee on National Security System (CNSS) that sets policy for the nation’s classified IT networks.

Immediately before joining Huawei Andy was the Chief Cybersecurity Strategist for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). In this role he provided strategic input to the development and implementation of a coordinated, company-wide initiative to address the cybersecurity needs of CSC’s global client base, and worked in national and international venues to influence cyber security public policy and awareness.

Before joining the White House staff, Andy served as Acting General Counsel and Chief Deputy General Counsel at the U.S. Sentencing Commission. Earlier in his career he served as a federal prosecutor in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Senior Staff Counsel of the House Select Committee on Assassinations (President John Kennedy), Special Counsel to the U.S. House Ethics Committee, and Counsel to the U.S. Senate Impeachment Trial Committee. He also served for five years in network television news as an Associate Producer for NBC News magazines, and Producer for the CBS News broadcast NIGHTWATCH with Charlie Rose in Washington, D.C.

Andy is a graduate of the College of William and Mary and the University of Virginia Law School.

     

 

 

Cybercrime – a technology response

In this keynote session, LogRhythm looks at the business problems surrounding the new and evolved ransomware threat. The presentation also gives you a brief technical overview of how these schemes function and how they can be spotted and responded to early enough in the threat lifecycle to severely limit the potential damage. You’ll also be given a framework that you can work through to better protect your organization in the face of this looming menace.
You would understand from this session:

  • The early indicators of ransomware

  • Automated defenses that you can put in place to thwart the attack

  • The steps that must be followed (with robotic precision) to make a mole hill out of the possible mountain

Mr. Robert Yang, Regional Director of Sales, LogRhythm Asia Pacific & Japan

Robert Yang is currently Regional Director of Sales, Asia & Japan for LogRhythm, a security intelligence company headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, USA, since Oct 2014.

Previously he was Vice President of Sales, Acronis Asia, where he was driving key business and revenue growth across Asia Pacific for various blue chip technology firms. Bob started his sales career at Seagate Technologies, a leading global data storage brand, where he was tenured for eight years as the Senior Director and General Manager for Asia Pacific Channel Sales and Marketing, Bob lead his regional team in building up a successful partner network and footprint across the region to add value to the company. Bob’s extensive experience includes heading up channels at Hitachi Data Systems as Vice President of Channel Sales. Before joining Acronis, he most recently served as President of Storage Services with Teleplan Consulting, a leading after-market service provider for major technology brands

     

 

Big data: Managing & securing data effectively

Ms. Esti Peshin, Vice President, General Manager, Cyber Division, Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd.

     

     

 

The current status of cyber security in Vietnam and solutions

Colonel. Do Anh Tuan, Deputy Director General, The Police Department for High-tech Crime Prevention, Ministry of Public Security .

     

     

SESSION 1
RESPONSE TO CYBER SECURITY AND MOBILE SECURITY THREATS: VISION & SOLUTIONS
Chaired by:
Leadership from Authority of Cyber Security, Ministry of Public Security
13:30 – 17:30 | Concurrently with Session 2

 

Surviving the APT storm

Mr. Do Ngoc Duy Trac, Deputy Director, CSO Institute

     

 

 

BYOD Mobility without security risk

Mobility offers tremendous potential to fast track business by changing how employees access and share work content. Yet bringing personal devices to work introduces major security challenges. What are the major security threats and how can enterprise IT overcome them? Join us for this presentation on how to embrace BYOD mobility without sacrificing your organization’s IT security.
This presentation will cover:

  • An overview of the most important mobile security threats in 2017;

  • How to securely manage multiple mobile OS platforms, such as Android and iOS.

  • Practical suggestions to avoid the common pain points of supporting BYOD mobility

  • How to manage employee’s “brought from home” device with Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions.

Mr. Jonathan Andresen, Senior Director of Marketing & Products - Asia Pacific, MobileIron

Jonathan Andresen is Senior Director of Marketing & Products, Asia-Pacific, at MobileIron.  Mr. Andresen joined MobileIron in May 2014 and has been working in the telecommunications and IT sector since 1996, relocating to Asia in 2003.  Prior to joining MobileIron, Mr. Andresen held various product, marketing, strategy and business development management positions at Blue Coat Systems and Nortel Networks’ Wireless Business Unit in Asia. Mr. Andresen’s career includes earlier positions with Teleglobe International, MetroPhotonics and Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. Mr. Andresen holds a Master’s Degree of International Management from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.

     

 

 

The essence of endpoint protection

Mr. Ha The Phuong, Deputy CEO, Head of Information Security Services, CMC InfoSec

Mr. Ha The Phuong is Deputy CEO/ Head of Information Security Services at CMC INFOSEC.
Prior to CMC INFOSEC, he spent 7 years in the USA studying and researching on Computer Sciences with a strong focus in Information Security. During this time, he joined a Network Security Research and Audit project for universities across the US.
Currently, Mr. Ha The Phuong is the member of Anti-Virus Asia Researchers and ICSA Lab (USA) and also works as a senior security auditor in: ISO 27001 & ISO 20000; Payment Card Industry Qualified Security Assessor (PCI QSA), CISSP…
After holding the position of Security Services Director at CMC INFOSEC in 2013, he & his core team are the driving force behind the strategic innovation in the company’s security solutions and services, provided to public sector and financial sector in Vietnam. CMC INFOSEC is now proud to be a strategic partner of Vietnam Ministry of Defense in internet security solutions and received award for Asia Pacific emerging Security Service provider of the year – Asia Best Practices Award by Frost & Sullivan./.

     

     

 

The challenges of detection and response to changing cyber threat landscape

Mr. Michael F. Montoya, Chief Cybersecurity Officer, Enterprise Cybersecurity Group,Microsoft Enterprise & Partner Group

As the Asia Chief Cybersecurity Officer for the Microsoft Enterprise Cybersecurity
Group, Michael is a leader of Microsoft’s initiatives and operations to provide
thought leadership, strategic direction on the development of Microsoft security
products and services, and deep customer and partner engagement across Asia.

Michael re-joined Microsoft in 2016 as an experienced information security executive bringing more than 20 years of enterprise IT support and leadership. Michael was Vice President of Cloud and Engineering with Fireeye, where he was responsible for developing and operating the cloud services for Fireeye’s threat
intelligence backbone (DTI) and cloud services of Threat Analytics Platform (TAP), Email Threat Prevention (ETP), Mobile Threat Platform (MTP), Cloud Endpoint Security (Helix) and CloudMVX. Prior to his role at Fireeye, Michael was the Deputy Chief Information Officer at EMC where he was responsible for their Cloud First platform, and Infrastructure and Security Operations bringing cloud adoption best practices to a $20 Billion USD enterprise for virtualization, cloud adoption and security resulting in CIO100 industry recognitions.

In Michael’s previous role with Microsoft, he held a number of IT leadership roles including Asia Regional Chief Information Officer and leader of Microsoft’s Global Hosting organization responsible for managing all Internet Datacenter architecture and operations. Michael helped lead Microsoft to expand into the Asia region during a time of incredible growth helping establish global delivery in China and India, as well as, expand IT infrastructure across all the regions in Asia. Michael also was a founder of Microsoft’s Global Hosting Strategy which is now Azure. Under his leadership, Michael helped design and operate Microsoft’s initial 7 datacenters to support the growth in MSN properties, Microsoft.com, WindowsUpdate, Hotmail and the secure extranet to support a business partner network. Michael led the team to industry leading support models, service level
agreements and security and operation innovations to support a globally secure and distributed service-oriented architecture.

Michael has established himself as a recognized innovative IT leader and serves as an advisor to several security and IT startups and venture capital firms. Michael earned a dual degree from the University of New Mexico.

     

     
 

Combating sophisticated Cyber Attacks based on an Intelligence Driven approach

Mr. Yitzhak (Itzik) Vager, Vice President, Product Management and Business Development, Verint

Yitzhak (Itzik) Vager is vice president of product management and business development for Verint Cyber Security solutions. Over the past 18 years, Itzik has applied his vast knowledge of Cyber Security, Network Technologies, Big Data Analytics, and Intelligence Gathering to a wide range of senior Verint business and technology roles. For 11 years prior to joining Verint, he was engaged by the Israel Army Intelligence Corps in a variety of engineering and command positions, taking a leadership role in the implementation of large, interdisciplinary, state-of-the art projects.

Itzik holds an engineering degree cum laude from the Technion Institute of Technology.

     

     

 

 

Defeating Ransomware while building Next Generation Cloud delivered Security Services

The most dangerous form of Malware is Ransomware. It has become the top concern for different industries as it is costing today’s businesses tens of millions of dollars annually. Defeating ransomware requires an approach that stops the threat before it reaches your network. This session will introduce Cisco’s unique cloud-based approach to defeating ransomware while protecting against catastrophic business consequences

Mr. Nguyen Ho Hiep, Solutions Consultant, Cisco Vietnam

Nguyen Ho Hiep is currently working as Solutions Consultant, Enterprises and Public Sector, Cisco Vietnam. He has nearly nine-year working experience in the field of Telecommunications and Information Technology.
Prior to joining Cisco Vietnam, he had worked at Sao Bac Dau Technology Joint Stock Company which is one of the leading system integrators in Vietnam for 3 years. He was Head of Technical department, being in charge of consulting and implementing information technology projects. He joined Cisco Vietnam in 2012 as Engineering Consultant in Solutions design.
Mr. Nguyen Ho Hiep has specialized certificates such as CCIE, CEH and has many years of experience in deploying, consulting IT solutions and orientations for clients from the Government and public administration, state-owned enterprises and organizations, private enterprises from different sectors such as Finance-Banking, Education, Health, Energy, Transportation ….
Currently, as a technology consultant, Enterprises and Public Sector of Cisco Vietnam, Hiep is in charge of Cisco’s entire range of information security solutions in Vietnamese market.

     

 

 

The IoT Botnets – DDoS Threat Landscape has Changed, Have you?

As you are seeing in today’s headlines, many businesses are under-invested and ill-prepared to handle modern DDoS attacks, such as those caused by the Mirai IoT botnet. Many organizations wrongly believe they are not being targeted by DDoS attacks, and are in fact experiencing outages due to DDoS attacks that are being attributed to equipment failures or operational error; still more rely on existing, more traditional, security devices such as firewalls and intrusion prevention systems (IPS), or a single layer of protection from their ISP or content delivery network (CDN). In each case, these businesses are exposed and only partially protected.
In this presentation, Arbor Networks security expert will explain exactly how the stakes have changed, and what it means for the assumptions organizations have been making with regard to protecting the availability of their business-critical websites, services and applications.

Mr. Pham Viet Cuong, Consulting Engineer of Vietnam, Arbor Networks

Cuong Viet Pham holds the position of Consulting Engineer of Vietnam at Arbor Networks. In this current role, his responsibilities include product selling and build-related product technology support. Cuong has years of experiences in network security. Before joining Arbor Networks, he had worked as technical manager and Network & Security Team Leader in different large companies.
As a veteran in IT and security, Cuong holds a good number of technical certifications from different IT and security vendors.

     
     

 

 

 

How to identify and prevent threat from malware?

Colonel. Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Cuong, Deputy Director General, Department of Information Technology, General Department of Logistics & Technology, Ministry of Public Security

 

     

SESSION 2
INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY

Chaired by: Mr. Nguyen Thanh Hai, Director General, Authority of Information Security, Ministry of Information & Communications
13:30 – 17:30 | Concurrently with Session 1

 

 

National monitoring and incident advisory system for information security

Mr. Tran Duc Su, Director, IT & Network Security Center

     

 

 

IoT - Testing the Eco - System for Security and Stability

Mr. Stanley Eu, Regional Director, Parasoft SEA

Mr. Stanley Eu is the Regional Director at Parasoft South East Asia. Stanley has been in the IT industry for more than 20 years starting his career at GE Information Services (now known as GXS) and later joined Progress Software. He joined Parasoft Singapore as their Regional Director in 2005.
Stanley leads the ASEAN operations focusing on the development and implementation of business strategies that highlight the benefits of Automated Defect Prevention (ADP). Parasoft SEA has since ventured into Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand Vietnam and most recently, Cambodia. He has helped many MNCs and companies interested in Quality & Security to increase their development productivity and stability using various solutions from Parasoft. He has participated and presented in various events in the region such as EDN Asia (SG & MY), ITARC & BITAS Conferences (SG & MY), Banking Cambodia (CM) Security World (VN), ASEAN Banker (VN), eGov Symposium (VN), Interpol World and Govware (SG).

     

 

 

Trusted for mobility

Today we are in the very early phases of the next wave of mobility, as we shift from just smartphones and tablets to a world of interconnected devices and services, what we call IoT or the Internet of Things.
Many of these new IoT devices represent a new category. Some might be remote; some might be fully automated; some may not even lend themselves well to human interaction. But the point is that there is still be nodes on a network and those nodes represent an attack point or a gateway for people with malicious intent to gain access to other network applications and resources. And that’s the threat of an interconnected world. So, these IoT devices need to be managed and protected in ways that are very similar to how we protect phones and tablets today.
That’s where Samsung KNOX comes in. This is our Trusted Enterprise Mobility Platform and Solution Suite.
Samsung is gradually putting variants of Samsung KNOX into other devices as well, and it’s our intent to have Samsung KNOX in most of the devices that we build from wearables such as smart watches, to TVs, other appliances, and also in the connected devices that will make up the Internet of Things.
The reason is simple: Samsung KNOX offers unparalleled management capabilities and as well as security safeguards for all of these devices.
Individual devices or users are protected by Samsung KNOX right out of the box. In the enterprise, Samsung KNOX gives advanced capabilities that allow IT administrators to manage fleets of these devices as well as ensure their integrity and importantly that of the corporate data that is transacted or stored on the devices as well

Mr. Nguyen Le Tuan Anh, Enterprise solution consultant, Samsung

     

 

 

Printers Security - How to secure your enterprise from IoT cyberattacks

Printers are ignored endpoints on network and organizations mostly ignore them while planning for overall cybersecurity or enterprise security. Unsecure printers are risks to enterprise security of any organization. Australian department of defense have highlighted unsecure printers as potential source of cybersecurity incidents. This session will look into recent hacking incidents done through printers and how companies can secure their printers.

Mr. Junaid UR Rehman, Security Advisor, HP Inc

Junaid UR Rehman works as a security consultant in HP Inc. He provides consultancy to his managed print services teams regarding how to securely deploy and manage a printer fleet. He also helps customer in security assessments pertaining to print fleet. Junaid has over 10 years of information security experience. He had previously worked with IBM and Oracle as security consultant and holds CISA, CISM, Mobility+, OCP 11g, ITILv3, COBIT, SABSA certificates.

     

 

 

Software-Defined Secure Networks in Action

Juniper Networks Software-Defined Secure Network combines network and security elements with centralized management and analytics to offer pervasive security and truly automated threat remediation. Software-Defined Secure Networks’s open, multivendor ecosystem support enables enterprises to use network and security elements already in their network to protect existing investments while ensuring business continuity

Mr. Nguyen Tien Duc, ASEAN Security Specialist, Juniper Networks

Mr. Nguyen Tien Duc is a consulting expert who has in-depth knowledge and experience in all aspects of Internet Networking. He has garnered distinguished experience in deployment, operation, monitoring, maintenance and trouble-shooting of a large Internet Network and Data Center.
Duc has achieved both of the most honorary professional certificates in Information Security CISSP (# 346725) and CISA (# 623462).

     

 

 

The Next-Generation Security Platform & Automated Orchestration Ecosystem

Mr. Philip Hung Cao, Solutions Architect, Palo Alto Networks

Mr. Philip Hung Cao is Solutions Architect at Palo Alto Networks, as well as Key-founder, Cloud Security Alliance, Vietnam Community (#CSAVietnam). He also holds other role as Co-founder and Vice Chairman for ISACA HCMC Chapter, Formation Committee. He has 16 years experience in ICT industry in various sectors & positions.
Prior to returning back to Vietnam and join Palo Alto Networks as a Solutions Architect, Philip used to live in Singapore and worked for Ingram Micro Asia as a Solutions Sales Consultant. Before that, he spent more than a decade of success with ICT industry in Vietnam, where he held a variety of roles from technical engineer, solutions consultant, channel development to management of key global ICT vendors & distributors such as FPT Distribution, Microsoft, Symantec, ZyXEL, Avnet Technology Solutions, Samsung… as well as owner of his early start-up business.
Philip is participating in Singapore ICT Associations and also Global Network & Associations such as (ISC)2, IEEE, ISACA, IAPP, ISA, IASA, Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), Microsoft CIO Network, VMware CxO Corner, J-Partner Consultant… He also participated in Vietnam ICT Associations such as member of Vietnam Information Security Association (VNISA), Board of Advisory (2011) & Member Board of Judges (2015, 2016) for ASEAN CIO| CSO Awards by IDG, Advisory Council for IT Leader Community (ITLC), Co-founder of #CISOClubVN, member of Vietnam CIO…
Philip graduated from Danang University of Technology in Vietnam with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering and held an Advanced Computer Security Certificate from Stanford University.
He can be reached anytime at https://philipcao.com

     

 

 

Coping with the Skills Gap of Cloud Security

‘The Cloud’ introduces not only a fundamental shift in computing but also a new digital transformation. Organizations adopting cloud computing are now tasked with securing information residing outside their physical or legal control, where they no longer have direct control of the workers or infrastructure handling their sensitive data.
Furthermore, there is a skill gap in the workforce of cloud security. Organizations need information security professionals who are experienced and proficient in addressing these security and business issues. It is important to put the right people in place who can leverage the benefits of cloud computing and possess the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to address the security and business issues associated with the complexities of cloud computing.
In his presentation, Philip will be delineating the skill gap with reference to various standards and benchmarks in personnel competency that are in place and in progress

Mr. Philip Victor, Head of Market Development, APAC, (ISC)2

An award-winning cybersecurity advocate with over 23 years in the field of information technology, Philip Victor has served more than a decade in the cybersecurity domain.
At (ISC)2, Philip Victor heads the market development for the Asia-Pacific region. His role includes growing the cybersecurity professional workforce focusing on emerging markets and working closely with governments and the industry to collaborate on promoting these initiatives.
In his previous role working with the United Nations’ (UN) specialized agency, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Philip was instrumental in assisting governments globally in enhancing their cybersecurity posture through various initiatives and projects including National Cybersecurity Strategy, Child Online Protection, National Computer Emergency Response Team, Capacity Building and International Cooperation.
He is a regular speaker at numerous international conferences, forums and seminars in cybersecurity and has published articles for publications both locally and internationally. He has also been featured and interviewed in international media as a cybersecurity expert on global issues. Philip sits on the Cloud Security Alliance Malaysia Chapter Board and on Taylor’s University Industry Advisory Panel.