Keeping Businesses Available and Secure
Businesses worldwide are preparing themselves for the ‘new normal’. With most employees working from home and customers moving online for their shopping and entertainment, organisations need networks to always be available in order to keep operations and transactions afloat.
Cybersecurity matters now more than ever as cybercriminals exploit these moments of fear and uncertainty to launch DDoS attacks, penetrating system defences and driving networks offline. With easy access to increasingly affordable tools and cyber mercenaries, the job of the hacker only gets harder. Organisations are highly dependent on their digital infrastructures and are seeking intelligent security options to stay protected.
- In what ways are enterprises leveraging their cloud-based security to reconfigure and improve their protection?
- What are the main outage costs businesses are suffering during the current global pandemic?
- What type of DDoS attacks have businesses experienced since the start of Covid-19 and what techniques are being used to deal with them?
CISO at Citystate Savings Bank
CISO at PBCOM
Chief Data Governance Officer at COCOLIFE
Head of IT at Bank of Makati
Head of IT Infrastructure & Systems at Robinsons Land
Head & VP of Security & Safety at Filinvest Land
Head & VP of Technology at Metropac Movers
VP of Infrastructure at Citi
VP of Technology at AZPIRED
VP of IT Security at Aboitiz Group
AVP of IT Security & Technical Services at 2GO Group
Associate Director of IT Operations at Concentrix
Engineering Head at URC
2:30 pm: Welcome address by The Ortus Club
2:35 pm: Short address and sharing by Akamai
3:00 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
3:45 pm: End of session
CISO & VP | ADEC Innovations
Mark is currently the Chief Information and Security Officer & Vice President at ADEC Innovations. He previously sat as Head of Information Security at Sun Life Financial Asia, where he managed a team that built solutions to cybersecurity. Previously, he was the Head of IT Infrastructure Security at RCBC before moving to Ernst & Young as a Director of Advisory Services. He holds an intensive background in information technology, securing certifications at VMware and EC-Council.