- Cyber-attacks are so pervasive these days affecting all kinds of industries - banking and finance, hospitability, eCommerce, healthcare, online dating, etc.
- Even the critical infrastructure operators such as oil and gas, power utilities and transportation are not immune.
- In fact, cyber-attacks could cripples the availability and safety of national critical infrastructure if there is lack of cyber protection and controls.
- In this presentation, Thales will introduce how cyber threats would affect critical infrastructure and what measures the operators should take into consideration to better assess, detect and protect from cyber threats.
Henry Ng, Managing Director, Critical Information Systems and Cybersecurity, Asia, Thales
Henry Ng is currently the managing director of Thales Critical Information Systems and Cybersecurity business line looking after the Asia region. He manages a regional team to help APAC customers protect against cyber security threats and manage IT security risks. Projects include conducting security review of NFC mobile payment solutions, developing security policies and supporting governance framework, performing IT risk assessment and audits, data privacy and mobile/web security reviews. Customers come from different industry sectors including banking and finance, insurance, telecommunications, transportation and utilities, manufacturing and higher education institutes.
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