Digital trust in the world of remote work

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Virtual Roundtable

Wednesday, August 4th, 10:30 SGT

Join executives in Singapore and Hong Kong for this exclusive virtual roundtable on ‘The Digital Trust Virtual Roundtable’. Attendance is by invitation and is, of course, complimentary.


Digital trust in the world of remote work

With organisations all but irrevocably embracing some level of remote work, business leaders these days are thinking a lot more about security, digital transformation, and growth. However, there is one element that underpins every one of these priorities: digital trust. Without it, every area of the business would cease to function.

Maintaining trust is crucial to business success. As digital transformation creates new avenues for engaging with consumers and supporting staff, the associated cyberattack surface expands in parallel. Organisations benefit from digital trust because it not only helps avoid harm but also drives loyalty, income, and value.

  • What are consumers’ key considerations towards building digital trust?
  • What measures are companies taking to tackle risk in cybersecurity issues?
  • What role will ‘zero trust’ play in the future of remote work?

Attended by:

CTO at Love, Bonito
VP of IT at CEVA Logistics
AVP of Digital & Technology Cloud Architect at Sembcorp Industries
Head of IT Risk & Security at Cathay Pacific Airways
Head of Group Corporate Development & Group Technology at YCH Group
Head of IT at GuocoLand
Head of IT Enterprise Operations Support at Boehringer Ingelheim
Co-Head of Retail Banking at ZA Bank
Corporate Director of IT at Capella Hotel Group
Director of Cloud Infrastructure Security at
Sr. Manager of Technical Architecture at Gammon Construction
Regional Manager of IT at Mitsubishi
GM of IT & T5 Planning at Changi Airport
Manager of Cyber Security at Jardine Restaurant

For insight on this event, photos and guest interactions, see our post on LinkedIn.

10:30 am: Introduction by The Ortus Club
10:35 am: Introduction of participants
10:45 am: Short address from Okta
10:55 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
11:45 am: End of session

Hosted by Okta