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                                                          Cyber Intelligence Asia

20-22 March, 2018



Cyber Intelligence Asia will provide you the opportunity to meet with leading cyber security experts from across Asia-Pacific in one place. You will also have the opportunity to network with senior Singapore government and military officials who set their cyber security strategies and plans.  


Cybercrimes are on an increase with many banks, governments, utilities and transportation agencies/departments being targeted. Singapore is a region hub for oil and gas firms and banks and protecting their infrastructure is key to creating their strong economy. Cybercrimes are constantly becoming an everyday occurrence and the attacks are also sophisticated and unknown causing governments to make sure their cyber defence systems are updated regularly. 


During the event you will also hear presentations from the following government’s; Malaysia, Philippines, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan and many more… 



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