Cyber Intelligence Asia Is In Bangkok This Week
The fourth installment of the annual Cyber Intelligence Asia series organized by Intelligence-Sec will be held in a five-star Bangkok hotel from the 22nd until the 23rd. That’s from Tuesday till Wednesday. This year’s Cyber Intelligence Asia features guest speakers from a dozen countries who are presenting at the Swissotel le Concorde.
Like its previous installments Cyber Intelligence Asia combines discussions on both private sector and government risk when it comes to data, operations, and money. The conference aspect of it is low-key and closed-door, being an exclusive gathering for professionals in cybersecurity.
Cyber Intelligence Asia isn’t complete without its marketing and networking aspect. Both speakers and their audience often dine together and socialize. Exhibitors are also present and this year’s sponsors include Akamai Technologies, Arbor Networks, BlackRidge Technology, Custodio, and Parasoft.
21st Century Asian Arms Race (21AAR) is a media partner for Cyber Intelligence Asia.
The real payoff for participating in Cyber Intelligence Asia is its speakers list. Representatives from different regional institutions in ASEAN and East Asia are giving talks for specialist audiences.
The speakers for this year are members of the Department of National Defense (DND) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) from the Philippines, the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) from Singapore, the National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (CENTEC) from Thailand, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPTC) from Cambodia, the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology from Indonesia, IMPACT and Cybersecurity Malaysia, the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) from Hong Kong, the National Institute of Informatics from Japan, the China Computer Emergency Response Team (CNCERT), and the Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations (ADCO) from the UAE.
Since it’s taking place in Bangkok the two-day event is going to have a strong local slant on cyber issues as well as current events in Southeast Asia.