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CSM-ACE 2015

Conference: General Information

Event CYBER SECURITY MALAYSIA AWARDS, CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION (CSM-ACE) 2015
Theme "Bridging the World, Go Cyber Green"
Date 6 - 10 September 2015
Venue The Royale Chulan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Cyber Security Malaysia - Awards, Conference & Exhibition (CSM-ACE) is a public-private-partnership driven event and a knowledge sharing platform that recognises contribution of individuals and organisations in the field of cyber security. The objectives of CSM-ACE are:

  • to act as a catalyst in driving innovation and growth for the cyber security industry

  • to inculcate cyber security culture at national level.

  • to gather industry experts and community on the latest cyber security trends.

  • to showcase trade and investment opportunities by assisting and allowing industry players to promote their products and services.

  • to nurture a culture of cyber security awareness amongst users, by educating and offering support to strengthen Malaysian self-reliance in terms of? technology and human resources

Theme

Enhancing international cooperation and collaboration to create a cleaner and healthier Internet ecosystem.

Satellite Events

CyberSecurity Malaysia will stage a collection of satellite events build around the Cyber Security Malaysia Awards, Conference & Exhibition (CSM-ACE) 2015 on 6-10 September this year. These satellite events are designed for different target audiences with the objective to drive transformation through creativity and innovation in information security. Some of these satellite events are opened for public participation, while others are by invitation only.

National ICT Security Discourse (NICTSeD): CyberSAFE Challenge Trophy 2015

Date: 8th September 2015
Time: 02.00 pm - 05.00 pm
Venue: The Royale Chulan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Description
In 2013, CyberSecurity Malaysia organized a CyberSAFE Challenge Throphy among schools throughout Malaysia. This debate was part of a series of activities under CyberSAFE in Schools - a program to raise awareness on the importance of cyber safety and personal information security in Malaysia. It encourages both students and teachers to be more responsible in using the Internet and other online technologies. This is also a venue to nurture an open and constructive conversation on cyber safety and security issues, apart from developing a fresh perspective on the key issues on the area of cyber safety and security.

This year CyberSecurity Malaysia plan to organize the CyberSAFE Challenge Throphy with a different approach and style. The CyberSAFE Challenge Throphy will be in a form of discourse; whereby the team will develop, present and stand up to uphold their cyber security proposal to the Panel of Experts. We hope that from this new format, we could equip students with a better knowledge and new perspective on cyber safety and security issues. This will prepare the students in handling a real life challenges and enhanced problem solving skills with regards to issues in cyber safety and security.

In National level, there will be 16 selected schools to compete in this competition in NICTSeD 2015.


Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS National Hacking Competition 2015 (UTP-HAX'15)

Venue: Undercroft, Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Bandar Seri Iskandar, Perak

Description
UTP-HAX National Hacking Competition 2015 (UTP-HAX'15) is Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS's own competition that acts as the preliminary round for all Malaysian teams to advance to the Regional Asia and World Hacking Competition. The UTP-HAX'15 is a multi-tier, team-based, hacking competition operating based on Cyberlympic Hacking Competition under the EC-Council, To beat a hacker, you need to think like one! This is exactly what this competition is all about. It is the pinnacle of the most desired hacking competition you will ever want to be in. Thus, to master the hacking technologies, you will need to become one. UTP-HAX'15 in short will make participants to undertake an attempt to penetrate networks and/or computer systems using the same methods and techniques a Hacker utilizes. UTP-HAX'15 will be conducted by immersing the participants into a hands-on environment in which they were need to hack in and use their brain to the limit.

Participants need to use creative methods to win the competition, they need to scan, test, hack, defend and use creative and constructive mind to secure a system. The contest will fosters creativity, teamwork, and innovation and enables students to test their ability to perform under pressure. Quite simply, it is the best place to seed creativity and inundate skills for a better world beyond imagination - TRANSCENDENCE.

UTP-HAX'15 OBJECTIVES

  • Povide an international standard hacking competition platform among students in our local universities,
  • Recognize and reward Malaysian's hacking talents from our local universities,
  • Prepare our contestants and contestants from other local universities to be competent in participating in International contests and possibly the organize International Hacking Competition.

Security 361° Symposium | Malaysia

Date: 7 September 2015
Time: 9.00am - 5.30pm
Venue: The Royale Chulan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Description
Security 361° is a leading Information Security symposium hosted by Fortinet that will go across 7 cities in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. As a leader in the network security arena, Fortinet hopes to educate IT professionals on the threat landscape and provide industry’s best practices and framework aimed at helping enterprises overcome the evolving face of threats today and beyond. The annual symposium has successfully gathered near 1,300 industry professionals and decision makers from the region last year.

Featuring in-depth discussion from the panel discussion and insightful enterprise case studies by industry leaders, as well as top IT vendors, Fortinet’s Security 361° provides an interactive platform where industry leaders collectively brainstorm and create new ideas to address current issues affecting your daily business operations holistically.

Featuring in-depth discussion from the panel discussion and insightful enterprise case studies by industry leaders, as well as top IT vendors, Fortinet's Security 361° provides an interactive platform where industry leaders collectively brainstorm and create new ideas to address current issues affecting your daily business operations holistically. This year, we would like to invite you to join us for our full-day symposium as we examine the different potential points of incursions throughout the organisation's extended value chain, starting from its suppliers, influential agencies, throughout the entire organisation- both online and physical, its business partners and finally its customers.

Key Components Diagram

Date

APCERT

OIC-CERT

CSM-ACE 2015

Satellite

Exhibition

6 Sep. (Sun)
AM
Cyber Green Workshop
Venue: Taming Sari 3, Ground Floor

Pre-event Activities

   
PM
APCERT Closed Session (WGs) Lead by Respective Convener
Venue: Taming Sari 3, Ground Floor

OIC-CERT Strategic Matters
Venue: Taming Sari 2, Ground Floor

Networking Cocktail
Venue: Taman Mahsuri, Ground Floor
7 Sep. (Mon)
AM

APCERT SC Meeting
Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 1, Ground Floor

OIC-CERT Technical Workshop (by invitation)
Venue: Taming Sari 3, Ground Floor

CSM-ACE Training

The Security 361⁰ Symposium
Venue: Taming Sari, Ground Floor
 
PM
APCERT AGM
Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 1 & 2, Ground Floor
Dinner
8 Sep. (Tue)
AM
Tsubame Workshop
Venue : Tun Sri Lanang 1 , Ground Floor
OIC-CERT SC Meeting
Venue : The View@Chulan, Level 13
CSM-ACE Training
 
IT Security Exhibition
Venue: Taman Mahsuri, Ground Floor
PM
APCERT and OIC-CERT Desktop Exercise – Interactive Discussion
Venue: Taming Sari 1, Ground Floor
National ICT Security Discourse (NICTSED) 2015
Venue: Taming Sari 2, 3 Ground Floor
9 Sep. (Wed)
AM
APCERT Closed Conference (by invitation)
Venue: Taming Sari 3, Ground Floor
OIC-CERT AGM
Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 1 & 2, Ground Floor
CSM-ACE Training
 
PM
APCERT & OIC-CERT Steering Committee Discussion
Venue: Tun Sri Lanang 1 & 2, Ground
Malaysia Cyber Security Awards 2015 & Gala Dinner
Venue: Taming Sari Grand Ballroom, Ground Floor
10 Sep. (Thu)
AM

APCERT and OIC-CERT Conference (Public)
Venue: Taming Sari Grand Ballroom, Ground Floor

PM

Speakers

  • Yurie Ito
    Director of Global Coordinator Division for the Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre( JPCERT/CC)

  • Eng. Badar Ali Said Al Salehi
    Director General of Oman National CERT, Information Technology Authority, Oman

  • Muhammad Salman
    Vice Chairman of Indonesia Security Incident Response Team on Internet Infrastructure Coordination Centre (IDSIRTII/ CC)

  • Abdul-Hakeem Ajijola
    Chairman of Consultancy Support Service (CS2) Limited

  • Champika Wijayatunga
    Regional Security, Stability and Resiliency (SSR) Engagement Manager for the Asia Pacific, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)

  • Joanne Trimble-Bruce
    Head of International Engagement, UK National Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UK)

  • Mike Smith
    Senior Director of Technology, Akamai Technologies

  • Adam Palmer
    Director, International Gov. Affairs, FireEye Inc.

  • Barry Greene
    Co-Founder, CTO & Principle Security Architect GETIT - Green Energy Technology & Infocommunications Technology also Senior Advisor, Sixscape Communications Pte. Ltd

  • Mark Turner
    Commercial Cyber Solutions Consultant BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

  • Dr. Mohammad Shahir
    Senior Consultant Thales e-Security

  • Chris Hallenbeck
    Chief of Operations, US-CERT U.S. Department of Homeland Security

  • Jay Bavisi
    Co-Founder and President EC-Council

  • Viola VEIDERPASS
    Digital Crime Officer International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO), INTERPOL

  • David Wang
    President of Global Affairs, Huawei Technologies

  • CF Chui
    President of Global Affairs, Huawei Technologies

  • Dr. Aswami Fadillah Mohd Ariffin
    Vice President of Cyber Security Responsive Services Division, CyberSecurity Malaysia

 


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