• Ian Yip
    Chief Executive Officer
    Date: 3 October 2019
    Time: 1610 – 1645 hrs
    Venue: MR302, Level 3

    Ian has worked with organisations globally on Cyber Security initiatives and projects, particularly in the areas of Strategy & Transformation, Identity & Access Management, Data Protection, Threat Management, Governance, Risk & Compliance, and API Management.
    He has held a variety of leadership, advisory, strategy, sales, marketing, product management, consulting, and technical roles across Asia Pacific and Europe in some of the world's leading companies including McAfee, Ernst & Young, IBM, CA Technologies and NetIQ.

    In addition to being a published author, Ian has built, led and managed teams with multi-million-dollar sales, operational and delivery targets, defined and executed go-to-market strategies based on market analysis and needs, set corporate and product strategy, brought new products to market, run major cyber transformation programs and engagements, delivered keynote presentations at industry events, been interviewed and quoted in the media, and contributed articles to a variety of publications.


    Talent & Capability Development

    Presentation Title

    How to be Awesome at your Job and Get Paid More – A Study of Cyber Responsibility and Talent


    Cybersecurity professionals have a difficult and thankless job. We are expected to keep our skills sharp and do more than our fair share of work. But we rarely get the resources required to do our jobs properly, let alone the acknowledgement and spotlight that reflects the critical work done in keeping organisations safe from cyber-attacks. Based on studies conducted across APAC, this session outlines a clear path to being more appreciated and effective, build better teams and cyber programs, and ultimately getting paid more.

    Topics covered include: communication, perception, dealing with management, how to report on the things that matter, attributes that professionals need to exhibit and develop, diversity, and areas of demand.