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Successful end to 2nd Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Asia

5th-6th October 2016 saw the 2nd Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Asia take place in Bangkok,  Thailand with the support of the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Digital Economy (formerly Ministry of Information & Communication & Technology), Ministry of Transport and Dept for Disaster Prevention & Mitigation.

Over 25 speakers and 100 delegates from across ASEAN and beyond participated in 2 days of great discussion and debate on securing ASEANs critical national infrastructure.

For further details visit www.cip-asia.com.

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Ministry of Interior to Co-Host Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Asia

Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Asia is delighted to announce the support of Ministry of Interior of Thailand for this year’s important regional event.
The Ministry of Interior has wide ranging responsibilities over local administrations, internal security, disaster management, land management, citizenship, issuance of national identity cards, and public works and views the protection of critical national infrastructure as a high priority.

Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Asia will take place in Bangkok on 5th-6th October 2016 and is co-hosted by the Ministry of Information & Communication Technology, Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Transport of Thailand and Department for Disaster Prevention & Mitigation under the Ministry of Interior.

The event has a unique two-track conference programme, and delivers a leading line up of international experts to discuss securing Asia’s critical infrastructure, from both physical and cyber perspectives as well as the ever present threats of natural or man-made disasters.

The latest list of confirmed speakers includes:
Keynote: Dr. Uttama Savanayana, Minister of Information and Communication Technology, Thailand

Other Speakers:
– Martijn van der Heide, CERT Specialist, Electronic Transaction Development Agency, Ministry of Information & Communication Technology, Thailand
– Andreas Mulianto, Security Specialist – System and Development, Chevron Indonesia
– Thongchai Sangsiri, Technical Manager, Digital Forensics Center, Electronic Transaction Development Agency, MICT, Thailand
– Kamal Thalib, Head of Financial Crime & Security Services, PT Bank DBS Indonesia
– Peter O’Neill, Chief of Transport Policy and Development Division, UNESCAP
– Thomas Wuchte, Head of Transnational Threats Department/Action against Terrorism Unit, OSCE
– Dr. Peeranan Towashiraporn, Director, Asian Disaster Preparedness Center
– Dr. Mohammad Shahir, Senior Consultant, THALES E-Security, Malaysia
– Dr. Yunyong Teng-amnuay, Director, Information Systems Engineering Laboratory, Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
– Zahri Yunos, Chief Operating Officer, Cybersecurity Malaysia

The event is also supported by International Association of Critical Infrastructure Protection Professionals (IACIPP) and many other important organisations.
The event will also include an Executive Level Introduction to Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience certified training course delivered by the IACIPP and Critical Infrastructure Institute.

Further details of the event can be found at www.cip-asia.com and delegates can currently benefit from the Early Bird savings up to 5th September.

Developing resilient infrastructure for a secure future

Southeast Asia has seen a rise in insurgency-related attacks and terrorist activities, creating uncertainty and insecurity on critical national infrastructure. Climate change has also seen more extreme weather patterns, creating additional hazardous, unseasonal and unpredictable conditions and a severe strain on infrastructure.

A terrorist attack, or the impact of a natural disaster against key national infrastructure could have a catastrophic impact on the country and regions economy. The proper functioning of a nations critical infrastructure is vital to the interests of any society. At this year’s Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Asia leading experts from around the world will discuss the threats both in the physical and cyber domains and how to mitigate those threats.

Since last years Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Asia, the region has seen a number of threats to its infrastructure, including:
– Myanmar floods – July 2015
– Bangkok bombing – August 2015
– Philippines attacks – December 2015
– South Indian floods – December 2015
– ISIS expands in Southeast Asia – January 2016
– Shizunai earthquake, Japan – January 2016
– Jakarta bomb attacks – January 2016
– India terrorist attacks – February 2016
– Pattani car bomb, Thailand – February 2016
– Muara Siberut earthquake, Indonesia – March 2016
– Narathiwat bombing, Thailand – March 2016
– Philippines bombing – March 2016
– Kumamoto City earthquake, Japan – April 2016
– Philippines bombings – April 2016
– Thailand bombings – April 2016

If you are responsible for national security and emergency/contingency planning, facilities management in Nuclear, Power, Oil and Gas, Chemicals, Telecommunications, Banking and Financial, ISP’s, water supply, whether you’re an IT, Cyber Security or Information Manager, or responsible for transport security (port or airports), then the conference is a MUST ATTEND for you, and unique in its content and delivery.

Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Asia will bring together leading stakeholders from industry, operators, agencies and governments to collaborate on securing Asia. The conference will look at developing existing national or international legal and technical frameworks, integrating good risk management, strategic planning and implementation.

MINISTERIAL OPENING KEYNOTE
Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Asia once again boasts the endorsement of the Ministry of Information & Communication Technology, Ministry of Interior Department for Disaster Prevention & Mitigation and Ministry of Transport, with Dr. Uttama Savanayana, Minister of Information and Communication Technology for Thailand scheduled to deliver an opening keynote presentation on Wednesday 5th October.

Other high profile speakers confirmed include:
– Peter O’Neill, Chief of Transport Policy and Development Division, UNESCAP
– Thomas Wuchte, Head of Transnational Threats Department/Action against Terrorism Unit, OSCE
– Dr. Peeranan Towashiraporn, Director, Asian Disaster Preparedness Center
– Dr. Mohammad Shahir, Senior Consultant, THALES E-Security, Malaysia
– Dr. Yunyong Teng-amnuay, Director, Information Systems Engineering Laboratory, Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
– Zahri Yunos, Chief Operating Officer, Cybersecurity Malaysia
– Shamika Sirimanne, Chief of Division, Information and Communications Technology and Disaster Risk Reduction Division, UNESCAP
– Kamal Thalib, Head of Financial Crime & Security Services, PT Bank DBS Indonesia
– Air Chief Marshal Somneuk Swatteuk, Senior Expert, National Disaster Warning Center, Thailand
– Senior Representative, Department for Disaster Prevention & Mitigation (DDPM), Thailand
– Mr. Kumpol Sontanarat, Director, Information and Communication Technology Department , Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Thailand
– Dr. Dhanant Subhadrabandhu, Executive Vice President (Product Development Group), CAT Telecom Public Company Limited, Thailand
– Megat Muazzam, Head of Malaysia CERT, Malaysia

Further details with be announced soon on the full programme, but information can be found at www.cip-asia.com where you can currently register as a delegate and benefit from the Early Bird discounts. Register online at www.cip-asia.com/onlinereg.

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Minister delivers opening keynote at CIPRE

ConferenceMinister200Minister Ard van der Steur, Minister of Security & Justice, The Netherlands opened the 3rd Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe in The Hague, Netherlands on 2nd March, highlighting the important challenges that lay ahead for the European community, agencies and operators.

Joined by Jorge Bento Silva, Deputy Head of Unit HOME.D.1 (Terrorism and Crisis Management), DG HOME, European Commission; Liviu Muresan, Executive President of EURISC Foundation – European Institute for Risk, Security and Communication Management, Romania and Deputy Mayor Ingrid van Engelshoven, Municipality of The Hague, The Netherlands, all kicked off a great 2 days of discussion at the premier conference for discussing the protection of critical national infrastructure and securing Europe.

Conference200c150 delegates form over 20 countries attended the event, co-hosted by the National Coordinator for Security & Counterterrorism, Ministry of Security & Justice and The Municipality of The Hague, with the emphasis on excellent knowledge, information sharing and networking.

Further details can be found at www.cipre-expo.com.

 

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First Class Opening Keynote Set for CIPRE

CIPRE-Keynote-announcement1000x400Ard van der Steur, Minister of Security & Justice of The Netherlands, will deliver an opening keynote presentation at Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe.

With a top line up of policy and strategy makers for the opening keynote session of Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe, the scene will be set for 2 days great discussions on protecting Europe’s critical national infrastructure.

Keynote speakers confirmed are:
Ard van der Steur, Minister of Security & Justice, The Netherlands
Matthias Ruete, Director General, DG HOME, European Commission
Liviu Muresan, Executive President of EURISC Foundation – European Institute for Risk, Security and Communication Management, Romania

The Opening Keynote Session of Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe will take place on Wednesday 2nd March at 9am at the Crowne Plaza Den Haag.

For further details visit www.cipre-expo.com