CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

  • Eng Choon Goh
    Deputy President Cybersecurity Systems Group
    ST Engineering Electronics
    Date: 1 October 2019
    Time: 1610 - 1650 hrs
    Venue: MR311, Level 3
    Biography

    Mr Goh Eng Choon is the Deputy President Cybersecurity Systems Group for ST Engineering’s Electronics sector. He has led the company to deliver a full spectrum of cybersecurity solutions. The company has successfully design, build and operate over 13 SOCs. Mr Goh has lead and won the contract to design the first National SOC for the government of Sri Lanka which was completed in 2017. In June 2014, he launched the first cybersecurity training centre in Singapore, ST Engineering Cybersecurity Academy. He was awarded a training award by the SAF to attain a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from National University Singapore and a SAF Postgraduate Scholarship in 2001 to attain a Master of Science in Information Studies from Nanyang Technological University. He has also completed the Stanford Executive Programme in Stanford University in 2016. Mr Goh is also the chairman of Cyber Security Chapter in SG Tech.

    Track

    Proactive Cyber Defence

    Presentation Title

    Active Defenders – Empowering the Cyber Defenders

    Abstract

    This presentation will focus on the approach in shifting the paradigm of cybersecurity from a passive to a proactive cyber defence. The speaker will provide a broad perspective of the challenges and approaches to cybersecurity. He will address the challenges organisations face in embracing a strong cybersecurity culture, and discuss the best practices in deception, prevention and response to cyber threats. He will also illustrate how pro-active defence capabilities enable a vigilance and resilience for a safe and secure digital space.

  • Michael Gow
    Android Enterprise Platform Specialist
    Google
    Date: 2 October 2019
    Time: 1600 - 1640 hrs
    Venue: MR302, Level 3
    Biography

    Michael Gow is an Android Enterprise Platform Specialist at Google. He is enabling organizations to digitize their business through the power of mobile using the Android Platform. Before joining the Google team, Michael worked as a Solution Sales Engineer for Malifx Technologies and, a Strategic Account Manager for Blackberry. Michael received his diploma in Commerce with Business Administration from Kaplan Higher Education Institute and now resides in Singapore.

    Track

    Navigating Cybersecurity from End-User Perspective

    Presentation Title

    Why Your Smartphone Should Have Your Back

    Abstract

    When it comes to mobile security, end-users typically assume open means unsecure. Discover how to debunk these security myths. Learn how the built in security features including the latest multi-layered security protections, encompassing software, hardware and application levels, now leverage the power of machine-learning to protect users. Join an Android expert as they share the latest on platform security innovations, backed by third party validation.

  • Kowsik Guruswamy
    Chief Technology Officer
    Menlo Security
    Date: 1 October 2019
    Time: 1530 - 1610 hrs
    Venue: MR303 - 304, Level 3
    Biography

    Kowsik Guruswamy is CTO of Menlo Security. Previously, he was co-founder and CTO at Mu Dynamics, which pioneered a new way to analyze networked products for security vulnerabilities. Prior to Mu, he was a distinguished engineer at Juniper Networks. Kowsik joined Juniper via the NetScreen/OneSecure acquisition where he designed and implemented the Industry’s first IPS. He has more than 15+ years of experience in diverse technologies like security, cloud, data visualization, and computer graphics. Kowsik has 18 issued patents and holds an MSCS from University of Louisiana.

    Track

    Cybersecurity in the Cloud

    Presentation Title

    Secure Cloud Transformation with Network Isolation

    Abstract

    The adoption of SaaS services is causing companies to rethink their security architecture as they move to the cloud. But what works on premises does not work in the world of cloud, and companies must fundamentally rethink how to secure their networks. Network isolation changes the game, and it can deliver 100% protection. This new approach must be a core component of the modern security architecture.