From Terabytes to Trash: Securing Data From Creation to Disposal
June 14 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm SMT
With data breaches on the rise, data security is a key consideration for governments in Southeast Asia. According to Interpol, the average cost of a data breach incident in ASEAN rose up to US$3.86 million in 2021.
From the moment data is collected, government agencies have to be vigilant, from employing encryption software to taking up zero trust models. When it comes to destroying data, agencies can consider options including physical destruction of storage media or using software to securely erase data.
Join us as government IT decision makers and industry tech leaders share how they are securing data across the lifespan of media storage devices, from the moment data is collected to disposal.
Topics covered in the session include:
- How IT Security professionals are securing data across the lifespan of storage devices, through methods such as encryption and zero trust models
- How IT Security professionals are securely disposing of data
- The benefits that the average global government agency could gain by erasing data securely and extending the life of data storage media
Our line-up of speakers:
- Chris Ng, Group Chief Data Governance and Protection Officer, National University Health System
- Ms. Sharifah Roziah Mohd Kassim, Specialist at Malaysia Computer Emergency Response Team (MyCERT) CyberSecurity Malaysia
- Mr. Fredrik Forslund, Vice President, Enterprise & Cloud Erasure Solutions for Blancco