Tuesday, 10 December 2019
09:00AM - 05:00PM
Six Battery Road, #10-01, Singapore 049909
As technology continues to evolve, cybersecurity and risk management against threats and cyberattacks are becoming more critical.
According to a report by the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA), there is a total of 6,179 cybercrime cases reported in 2018, an increase from 5,351 in 2017. An average of 19% cybercrimes were accounted from the total number of crimes in Singapore last year. This has been the driving force for the development of cybersecurity capabilities in the country.
Financial Institutions (FIs) in particular, with their enormous stores of cash and consumer data, have made them a top target for cyber criminals. The threat of financial losses, regulatory consequences, and reputational damage has spurred the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to issue a new set of legally binding notice on cyber hygiene. The notice sets out measures that FIs must mitigate the growing risk of cyber threats and businesses face dire consequences for noncompliance.
Cyber hygiene relates to the practices and precautions users take with the aim of keeping sensitive data organised, safe, and secure from theft and outside attacks. It is often compared to personal hygiene practices to maintain good health and well-being
DISCOVER WHAT YOU CAN DO TO KEEP YOUR ORGANISATION SAFE FROM CYBER THREATS
Join the Cyber Hygiene and Security Practices, a facilitated highly interactive workshop that will explore recommended strategies on how to identify, detect, communicate, and respond to cyber threats and attacks through gamified exercises, videos, and plenty of real-life case studies and scenario discussion. Attendees will be equipped with tools, techniques, and methodologies to uncover and identify a perpetrator’s tracks and effectively recover from the impact of cyberattack.