CONFERENCE AGENDA

CYBER SECURITY IN THE AI & BIG DATA ERA

07:30
DELEGATE REGISTRATION
08:00
VIP TOUR
08:15
OPENING CEREMONY
08:15
VIP INTRODUCTION

Representative from the Organizers



08:20
OPENING REMARKS

Mr. Pham Anh Tuan, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications
08:30
WELCOME REMARKS

Colonel Nguyen Dang Luc, Vice Chairman, Government Cipher Committee
KEYNOTES
08:40




Orientations on information security




Mr. Nguyen Khac Lich
, Deputy Director General, Authority of Information Security, Ministry of Information and Communications

 








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08:55




Vietnam’s cyber security landscape in 2020 and predictions for 2021




Colonel Nguyen Ngoc Cuong
, Deputy Director General, Department
of Cyber Security and High-tech Crime Prevention, Ministry of Public
Security

 








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09:10




Online speech: What will be the risk of tomorrow?



Mr.
Mark Lee
, Regional Business Director, RSA NetWitness Business
(South East Asia and Greater China Region)

 



 

 


Organizations have achieved efficiency gains as
they adopted digital transformation but the dependency on
technologies also made them more vulnerable to cyber threats.

During this unprecedented time, there are many high-profile threats
such as Ransomware, Phishing attacks, etc.




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09:25
TEA BREAK
KEYNOTES
09:45




An overview of Vietnam’s cyber warfare in the first 3 quarters of 2020 and suggestions



Mr. Le Quang Ha, Director of Enterprise Security Solutions, Viettel Cyber Security



 


An overview of Vietnam’s cyber warfare in the first 3 quarters of 2020 and new approaches to deal with increasingly sophisticated cyber threats.


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10:00




Online speech: Changing Cyber Landscapes: The Battle of Algorithms



Mr.
Eugene Low
, Regional Director for SEA and South Asia,
Darktrace

 



 


Among rapidly evolving technological advancements,
the emergence of AI-enhanced malware is making cyber-attacks
exponentially more dangerous and harder to identify. In the near
future, we will begin to see supercharged, AI-powered cyber-attacks
leveraged at scale. To protect against Offensive AI attacks,
organizations are turning to defensive cyber AI, which can identify
and neutralize emerging malicious activity, no matter when, or
where, it strikes.”




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Mr. Eugene Low
Mr. Eugene Low
Regional Director for SEA and South Asia, Darktrace


10:15



Global cybersecurity market report – Trends & Analysis

Mr. Pho Duc Giang, Director, PwC Vietnam Cybersecurity Ltd.



  


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10:30
EXECUTIVE TALK


Moderator: Mr. Vo Tan Long, Partner, Technology Consulting, PwC Consulting Vietnam
Topics of discussion


  • Megatrends of cybersecurity in 2020

  • New approaches to cyber security strategies of the public sector,
    organizations and businesses

  • Measuring the risk management of cyber security and solutions


Panelists


  • Mr. Nguyen Khac Lich, Deputy Director General, Authority of Information Security, Ministry of Information and Communications

  • Major General Tong Viet Trung, Deputy Commander, Cyberspace Operations Command (Command 86)

  • Colonel Tran Duc Su, Director, Center for Information Technology and Cyber Security Monitoring, Government Cipher Committee

  • Mr. Dang Vu Tuan, Deputy Director, Hanoi Department of Information and Communications

  • Mr. Vinh Tuan Bao, Deputy General Director, MobiFone

  • Mr. Le Quang Ha, Director of Enterprise Security Solutions, Viettel Cyber Security

11:50
CLOSING REMARKS

Mr. Nguyen Duc Hien, Vice Chairman, Central Economic Commission

12:00
END OF KEYNOTES SESSION
  • Hosted by:
    Mr. Nguyen Duc Hien, Vice Chairman, Central Economic Commission
    Mr. Pham Anh Tuan, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications
    Colonel Nguyen Ngoc Cuong, Deputy Director General, Department of Cyber Security and High-tech Crime Prevention, Ministry of Public Security)
    Major General Tong Viet Trung, Deputy Commander, Cyberspace Operations Command (Command 86)
    Colonel Nguyen Dang Luc, Vice Chairman, Government Cipher Committee
  • Time: 07:30 – 12:00

MONITORING & PREVENTING CYBER SECURITY THREATS TO NATIONAL CRITICAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE

13:00
DELEGATE REGISTRATION
13:30
OPENING CEREMONY
13:30
VIP INTRODUCTION

Representative from the Organizers
13:35
OPENING REMARKS

Mr. Nguyen Khac Lich , Deputy Director General, Authority of Information Security, Ministry of Information and Communications
13:45
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

Colonel Nguyen Ngoc Cuong, Deputy Director General, Department of Cyber Security and High-tech Crime Prevention, Ministry of Public Security
13:55
WELCOME REMARKS

Colonel Tran Duc Su, Director, Center for Information Technology and Cyber Security Monitoring, Government Cipher Committee
KEYNOTES
14:05
The current situation of monitoring cyber security threats to national critical information infrastructure

Representative from Government Cipher Committee
14:25




Online speech: Device-pipe-cloud Synergy, Building a secure &
connected world



Mr.
Bill Feng
, Senior cyber security and user privacy protection
expert, Huawei Carrier BG

 







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14:45



Driving Innovation to an AIoT Future

Mr. Brave Vu, Technical Director, Dahua Technology Vietnam



  


In recent years, the theme of Smart City and AI (artificial intelligence) has always been hot worldwide. In Vietnam, Dahua Technology Group is the leading organization in providing smart city and AI solutions such as: Intelligent Traffic, Intelligent Mobile solution, Face Recognition, Smart Building, big data, etc. With outstanding technologies and innovations in the world, Dahua products and solutions bring a simpler, smarter, safer and more convenient life to society...


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15:05



Cyber Security in CCTV System

Ms. Nguyen Bao Ngoc, Project Account Manager, HIKVISION Vietnam



  


Hikvision Cyber Security White paper
The surveillance industry originally relied on analogue technology which operated on private networks. In those days, the industry focused on product cost, performance, and ease of use. As the industry has transformed from analogue and isolated to digital and networked, we have seen the benefits that the digital and networking revolution brings to the surveillance industry.


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15:25
TEA BREAK
KEYNOTES
15:45



Experience in monitoring and recovering from advanced persistent
threats (APT) targeted at aviation infrastructure

Mr. Nguyen Nam Tien, Acting IT Director, Vietnam Airlines

 



  





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Mr. Nguyen Nam Tien
Mr. Nguyen Nam Tien
Acting IT Director, Vietnam Airlines



16:05



Risk mitigation with AI-powered threat intelligence

Mr. Nguyen Quoc Thanh, Sr. Solution Consultant, Trend Micro Vietnam

 



  



Applying artificial intelligence (AI) is
gradually occupying an undeniably important position in many fields. With the
ability to “interpret” data and make complex data-driven decisions, AI-based
technologies are able to fulfil tasks with a level of sophistication close to
that of humans, which enables faster processing speed, accelerates the growth of
business operations, and enhances user experience....



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16:25



Insider threats: Is your biggest enemy in your own backyard?

Mr. Do Duc Huy, Senior Technology Consultant, RSA Security LLC (South East Asia)



  


As digital initiatives evolve business operations, the ‘weakest link’ becomes an amplified factor as any issue can quickly escalate into a major business risk. Your employees could be the organization’s biggest security threat. As we all place our focus on external threat actors because they are thrilling and following attack patterns, one that we have seen frequently is that organizations do overlook harmful security threats in their own backyard, which really are: their own employees...


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16:45
PANEL DISCUSSION


Moderator (tentative): Mr. Ngo Dien Hy, CEO, VNPT-IT

Topics of discussion

 


  • Challenges of Information security to national critical information infrastructure in the explosion of smart, connected devices

  • How to build an effective cyber security investment strategy?

  • Leveraging cooperation and information sharing to stay ahead of cyber risks

  • Enhancing public – private cooperation in protecting national critical information infrastructure


 

Panelists

 


  • Representative from the Government Cipher Committee

  • Mr. Vo Quang Lam, Deputy General Director, EVN

  • Mr. Pham Quang Hieu, Deputy Director, Technical and Technology – Environmental Department, Airport Corporation of Vietnam (ACV)

  • Mr. Nguyen Nam Tien, Deputy Head of IT Department, Vietnam Airlines

  • Mr. Do Duc Huy, Senior Technology Consultant, RSA Security LLC (South East Asia)

  • Mr. Nguyen Quoc Thanh, Sr. Solution Consultant, Trend Micro Vietnam

  • Representative from AWS

17:30
END OF CONFERENCE SESSION 1
  • Hosted by:
    Mr. Nguyen Khac Lich, Deputy Director General, Authority of Information Security, Ministry of Information and Communications
    Colonel Nguyen Ngoc Cuong, Deputy Director General, Department of Cyber Security and High-tech Crime Prevention, Ministry of Public Security
    Colonel Tran Duc Su, Director, Center for Information Technology and Cyber Security Monitoring, Government Cipher Committee
  • Time: 13:00 – 17:30 | Concurrently with Conference Session 2

NEXT-GEN INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY

13:00
DELEGATE REGISTRATION
13:30
OPENING CEREMONY
13:30
VIP INTRODUCTION

Representative from the Organizers




13:35




OPENING REMARKS



Mr.
Tran Quang Hung,
Director of the National Cyber Security Center
(NCSC)










KEYNOTES
13:45
Transform your Zero Trust journey for Digital Transformation Readiness

Mr. Philip Hung Cao, Solutions Architect & Office of the CSO, JAPAC, Palo Alto Networks





 



 


Philip Hung Cao (aka #tekfarmer), ZTX-S, CCISO,
CISM, CCSP, CCSK, CASP, GICSP, PCNSE is a Strategist, Advisor,
Contributor, Educator and Motivator. He has 19 years’ experience in
IT/Cybersecurity industry in various sectors & positions.




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14:05




Online speech: Universal Privilege Management – What it is and How
you can maximize it in your organization?



Mr.
Ajay Kumar
, Director, Solutions Engineering - APJ, BeyondTrust




 


Threat actors continue to take advantage of the lack
of privilege control in organisations across Singapore. 80% of all
breaches involve some sort of privilege credential, and nearly 90%
of critical Microsoft vulnerabilities could be mitigated just by
removing admin rights....




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Mr. Ajay Kumar
Mr. Ajay Kumar
Director, Solutions Engineering - APJ, BeyondTrust


14:25




Cyber Crime Trends



Mr. Le
Duc Anh
, Business Development Manager, Group-IB Vietnam




 


The past three years have clearly shown just how fast
threats in cyberspace are escalating. While 2017 was the year of
WannaCry, NotPetya and BadRabbit ransomware epidemics, 2018 revealed
a lack of preparedness for side-channel attacks and threats related
to microprocessor vulnerabilities....




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14:45




Online speech: DDoS attacks have evolved, and so should your DDoS
protection



Mr.
Gaurav Mallawat
, Solutions Engineering Manager (ASEAN), Cloudflare

 






The proliferation of DDoS attacks of varying size,
duration, and persistence has made DDoS protection a foundational
part of every business and organization’s online presence. However,
there are key considerations including network capacity, management
capabilities, global distribution, alerting, reporting and support
that security and risk management technical professionals need to
evaluate when selecting a DDoS protection solution




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15:05
TEA BREAK
KEYNOTES
15:25




Improving fraud prevention capacity for digital banking transactions



Mr.
Dao Minh Tuan
, Deputy General Director, Vietcombank
 






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15:45



Online speech: Finding the Needle in a Needlestack–Next Generation
Analytics in Cyber Security using ML & AI

Mr. Manas Paikray, Head of Group SOC Engineering Team, United
Overseas Bank Group (Singapore)

 



  



In cyber security, “analytics” is an evolving
area. Security analytics have their own challenges due to high volume of
discrete data feeds and the requirement for faster detections. We have several
security products which help in finding the “needle in haystack”. ....



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16:05



Applying Artificial Intelligence to empower Security Operations

Mr. Nguyen Duy Thanh, Presales Consultant, Fortinet Vietnam

 



  



The average SOC receives 10,000 alerts per day
but only has the manpower and resources to properly handle a fraction of them.
Two-thirds of security analysts investigate less than 30 alerts per day, and
half of these are likely false positives. Fortunately, there are a number of
technologies designed specifically to address these issues. ....



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16:25
PANEL DISCUSSION


Moderator: Mr. Tran Quang Hung, Director of the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC)



Topics of discussion

 


  • Information security challenges in the context of remote working and new requirements for security systems to ensure operational efficiency

  • New opportunities and challenges in measuring cyber security performance in the rise of 4.0 technologies such as AI/ML, Big Data, etc.

  • Top priorities and considerations in building cyber defense strategies using AI/ML, Big Data, etc.


 

Panelists

 


  • Mr. Dao Minh Tuan, Deputy General Director, Vietcombank

  • Mr. Vinh Tuan Bao, Deputy General Director, MobiFone

  • Mr. Dao Thanh Tu, Deputy CIO, Prudential Vietnam

  • Mr. Philip Hung Cao, Solutions Architect & Office of the CSO, JAPAC, Palo Alto Networks

  • Mr. Nguyen Duy Thanh, Presales Consultant, Fortinet Vietnam

  • Mr. Phan Thao Nguyen, Member of Board of Members, VNPost

  • Mr. Phan Trong Nguyen, R&D Director, Vantech

17:20


CLOSING REMARKS



Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Trung, Deputy Director General, Department of Industry, Central Economic Commission

17:30
END OF CONFERENCE SESSION 2
  • Hosted by:
    Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Trung, Deputy Director General, Department of Industry, Central Economic Commission
    Mr. Tran Quang Hung, Director of the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC)
  • Time: 13:00 – 17:30 | Concurrently with Conference Session 1