Discover the newest cybersecurity solutions suited to your business needs and best practice to combat cyber threats.
Cyberattacks can cost a business millions or even billions of dollars on top of irreparable reputational damage.
Here are some alarming statistics:
- By 2021, cybercrime will cost $6 trillion globally
- Asia Pacific had the most cybersecurity incidents in the world
- 96% of Singaporean businesses suffered a data breach in 2019
- The Philippines ranked the 7th most attacked country in the world
- 94% of Vietnamese enterprises were victims of information breaches
- 84% of organisations will continue to support remote work after the pandemic, but 41% have not expanded their security.
Effective cybersecurity requires time and money spent on appropriate software, training staff and empowering a culture of cybersecurity.
But despite the detrimental risks, cybersecurity spending in Southeast Asia was estimated at $1.9 billion in 2017, a tiny 0.06% of the region’s GDP.
And though spending is expected to grow by 15% in Southeast Asia and US$133.8 billion globally, will this be enough to prevent the increasingly complex cyberthreats?
While the pandemic might be one of the largest security threats the world has ever seen, the need for cybersecurity isn’t new and will continue far into the future.
So, the question is, can you afford not to have effective cybersecurity?
|1100||[Show-Time] Chairman Welcome Address|
|1105||[Presentation] The cost of cybercrime and cybersecurity|
|1125||[Panel Discussion] Is Effective Cybersecurity Expensive?
1.What solutions are available for small and large businesses?
2.Implementing a cybersecurity strategy
3.Is cybersecurity worth it?
|1155||Q&A and Chairman Summary|
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OPEN-TEC is the Tech Knowledge Sharing Platform which can be applied in various aspects of benefit towards business, education, and society. OPEN-TEC was designed to be a mobile Corporate Innovation Lab that is moving forward with technology, a network of experts and a variety of knowledge from local and international areas. Its objective is to create tools to serve 3 major dimensions; Learning Society, Organizational Digitalization and Shared Value towards Sustainable Community.
OPEN-TEC welcomes every party who has an interest in corporate innovation. The initial members are from collaboration among TCC Technology Group, Fintech startups, university sectors, regional leading organizations and our global technology partners.
More details, please visit www.open-tec.com
Establishment & development
– On 19th July 2005: 300 SMEs as membership & 2 provincial cooperative alliances as members.
– After over 12 operating years: 62,000 SMEs as membership, 59 Local Business Association / Small and Medium Enterprises are members.
– Organizational structure:
+ Executive Board: 77 members.
+ Standing Board: 11 members
+ Headquarters: 1 administration office & 4 functional departments;
+ Its subsidiaries: 3 representative offices in Central, Highland and South regions, 3 magazine, 1 SME governing scientific institute, 8 centers of SME support; 1 branches in Czech. 04 Specialized Associations, 01 Women and Small Business Association.
+ VINASME is the national employment-social organization & SMEs’ association with the biggest members in Vietnam.
- Operation achievements
– The operation network is established and developed quickly in the whole country.
– From central to local level participate in formulating policies, laws, representing and protecting members’ legitimate interests.
– To coordinate actively with levels, agencies and partners in selecting support programs for members to develop business & production, improve competitiveness and international economic integration.
– To diversify communications and advertisements about SMEs, entrepreneur community and Association in society. To respect emulation, rewards and excellent SMEs and entrepreneurs in the movement of business & production, to conduct social tasks well and improve the Association.
– The role and position of Vinasmes get improved and recognized by the Central Party, National Assembly, Government, Vietnamese Fatherland Front, central ministries, agencies and unions, local governments, enterprise community and the community.
III. Key activities
– To collect and submit enterprises’ ideas to ministries, agencies and government.
– To join formulating, disseminating and instructing conduction of policies & laws.
– To protect legitimate interests of members.
– To communicate, advertise and provide information for enterprises.
Advocacy on conducting policies, laws, joint venture trade promotion.
– To support loans and human training.
– To conduct projects on supporting enterprises’ sustainable development.
– To conduct movements of culture, sport, social welfare, emulation & rewards.
More details, please visit http://vinasme.vn/
Founded on March 16th 2001, Quang Trung Software City (QTSC) has been developed as a software city model in a total area of 43 ha. After 19 years of development, the park has attracted 165 ICT companies including 5 large-sized companies with over 1,000 employees. More than 250 IT products, services and solutions have been deployed and gone to market. With great efforts and contributions, QTSC has truly become a “home” for 21,831 people studying and working regularly.
Until now, QTSC has been the first and largest software park in Vietnam. On March 3rd, 2016, the Decision No 333/QD-TTg was issued by the Prime Minister on establishing QTSC chain model. As a breakthrough in developing the Vietnam software industry and startup community, this project has emphasized and highlighted the existing roles and brands of the two members: QTSC and Information Technology Park – Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City (VNU-ITP). On December 28th, 2019, the QTSC chain continued to admit the Thua Thien Hue Information Technology Center (HueCIT) as new member, while Mekong Innovation Technology Park (Mekong ITP) will join the Chain in 2020 as expected.
Established in 2013, iCIO Community is an Indonesian community of senior IT leaders and decision makers who come together to share their experience, knowledge and practice. Through in-person events, virtual interaction and a rich knowledge base, The iCIO Community helps IT leaders network, share knowledge and receive guidance to act effectively and decisively, driving their continued success as a IT leader.
Our community aims to social activities to support development of ICTs in Indonesia to extend economic opportunities to millions of people. One common contribution is that it increases productivity and makes government and society work more efficiently by utilizing ICT.
More details, please visit: http://www.ciocommunity.org/
The eBusiness Association of Malaysia (EBAM) was established in April 2016 as a non-profit organisation to assist businesses in Malaysia to adopt e-commerce as a means to grow and diversify their business portfolio and to provide the necessary education, tools and framework needed for doing business online by leveraging on the power and efficiency of the infrastructure of world wide web.
To develop, promote, and to protect the economic vitality of internet merchants through a positive business environment and to foster a climate in which commerce, industry and technology will flourish
By representing all e-commerce merchants in Malaysia and to assist them in accessing international cross-border market opportunities.
By establishing a regulatory mechanism to help facilitate trustworthy transactions
By providing an educational and frameworks to new online businesses
By forging key partnerships with counterparts in other countries to promote better trading relationships with e-commerce merchants in Malaysia.
APTIKNAS (Asosiasi Pengusaha Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi Nasional) Indonesian ICT Businessman Association, which has 28 Regional Advisory Council, with a distribution network of 2000 stores throughout Indonesia. APTIKNAS is the transformation of APKOMINDO (the former) and now become as new broadened and wider organisation. APKOMINDO is 27 years old organization with extensive experience in the field of ICT and very much well known in Indonesia while APTIKNAS has just been declared in Jakarta on February 24th, 2017. We optimistic this organization will become much bigger, stronger and able to contribute to economic growth in Indonesia, especially with the trend of smart city, IoT and digital economy. Our members profile from Principal, distributor, dealer, system integrator, software developer, and ICT consultants.
We have 3 main focuses in 2019 : (1) Smart City and Industry 4.0, (2) Marketplace and (3) Digital Talents.
See the detail in www.aptiknas.id
A community with a mission to drive financial technology industry in Thailand with believe financial technology will be a part of Thai economy.
Our Missions was included :
1. To reduce the cost of financial transactions in Thailand
2. To increase accessibility to financial products and services for Thai people
3. To promote fair competition and transparency for retails
4. To support Thai fintech startups to compete and expand to global market
The core of Thai IoT Association mission was founded on collaboration of all sectors propelling Thailand towards IoT Hub of ASEAN and SMART Thailand. Currently it has six main targets being Smart Agriculture, Smart Health, Smart Tourism, Smart Industry, Smart Logistics, and Smart City, including providing guidance on the Internet of Things (IoT) technology usages and applications in the education, manufacturing, and services sectors as well as creating labor resources with practical skills to serve the real needs by defining and aligning with the works of government agencies and private sectors to unfold technologies and innovation of the country to match with other civilized countries.
Our Work Structure
4 Makes : Awareness, Expertise, Alliance
5 Groups : Technology Development, Advanced Business Cooperation Model, IoT security, Data & Platform, International Cooperation & Alliances
6 Missions : Agriculture, Healthcare, Tourism, Industry, Logistics, Smart City
IOT in Thailand
IoT represents a powerful disruptive force because it consist of many technology which will boost up future innovation and economic growth. Thailand 4.0 initiatives, such as Smart City and Industry 4.0, are focused on boosting adoption of I.O.T. The government also established the Digital Economy Promotion Agency (DEPA) under the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES), which collaborates with the private sector and numerous partner organizations, including agencies under the Ministry of Industry, to establish an IoT Institute and Thailand Digital Valley in the digital industry promotion zone (EECd), located in the Eastern Economic Corridor area.
The IoT market in Thailand is forecast to grow, driven mostly by consumer-related IoT, rising to US $2.19 billion by 2030. From a baseline of US $120 million in 2018, that represents a CAGR of more than 27 percent. This rapid growth, the highest among all Smart Electronics segments, makes the IoT market a huge opportunity. A recent survey ranked Thailand highest among ASEAN countries in corporate IoT implementation.
The Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA) is a leading industry association comprising the stakeholders of the cloud computing ecosystem in Asia. The ACCA works to ensure that the interests of the cloud computing community are effectively represented in the public policy debate. Our primary mission is to accelerate the growth of the cloud market in Asia, where we promote the growth and development of cloud computing in Asia Pacific through dialogue, training, and public education. Through regular meetings, we also provide a platform for members to discuss implementation and growth strategies, share ideas, and establish policies and best practices relating to the cloud computing ecosystem.
Malaysian Society for Engineering & Technology (MySET) is a learned society, which aims to provide a powerful platform for its members to network and enhance their professionalism and ethical conduct, while nurturing them into leading professionals and captains of the industry.
Acknowledging that the world today is largely interdisciplinary, MySET welcomes the participation and interaction of engineers, technologists, architects, quantity surveyors and other allied professionals. Believing in the importance of the engineering team consisting of personnel at early levels as the certificate, diploma, and degree qualified, MySET organizes a series of educational workshops, trainings and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programmes for its members, who need to be professionals in their own right and career advancement.
In addition, MySET promotes the accreditation of qualifications, development of professional systems and international mobility of engineering and technology professionals. Besides, MySET strongly anticipates in research and technological innovation in producing new materials, systems, structures and processes to support the country’s development efforts.
Korea Information Technology Service Industry Association (ITSA) was established in 2005 with the aim to contribute to the development of South Korea’s industrial economy through the proliferation of the IT-based convergence services. ITSA represents South Korea’s only professional IT service provider organization, which aims to fulfill the core value of the IT service industry, to strengthen its competitiveness, and to foster global IT service companies.
ITSA also carries out numerous activities supporting the development of domestic IT service industries, and establishing IT service industrial policies in South Korea.