IoT Security Roundtable at Marina Bay Sands Singapore
Following recent high profile cyber security issues at home and abroad, the third Singapore International Cyber Week, and the Asean Ministerial Conference on Cybersecurity (AMCC) took place last week at Marina Bay Sands Singapore. Member nations collected
to pledge renewed effort to combat cyber attacks, although past performance has seen low financial support for cyber security issues. NTUs Prof Lam Kwok Yan was at the three day event and made note of the increasingly interconnected nature of modern
online systems, both in terms of international connectedness, and also across diverse industries within countries. Following this event, it was announced that Singapore would be setting up a new Asean-Singapore Centre of Excellence, focusing on cyber
security in the region.
Professor Lam (first from right) was at a panel discussion on cyber security at the Singapore International Cyber Week, on 18 September 2018 which held at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre. The other 5 panellists were (from left) Mr Warren Fernandez (moderator), Mr Kevin Mandia, Mr David Koh, Dr Guillaume Poupard (not in picture) and Md Shah Nuri (not in picture).
Professor Lam (centre) was at the Singapore International Cyber Week, on 19 September 2018.
Venue: Marina Bay Sands Singapore
Singapore International Cyber Week 2018 – Securing Asean’s digital future
The Straits Times, page C8 & C9, 18 Sept
Cyber attacks inevitable; business should have response plans in place: Experts
The Straits Times online, 18 Sept