GovWare 2022 brought together government leaders, cybersecurity professionals and academic experts to address the theme, Fostering a Safe and Sustainable Cyberspace Amidst Disruption. Here are some of the highlights, including the cyber threat landscape of today and the evolving needs of cybersecurity.
With a myriad of cybersecurity offerings and services on the market, how can organisations know which are reliable and secure? Rowland Johnson, President of non-profit CREST International sees accreditation as one of the solutions.
The seventh edition of the annual global cyber gathering saw the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore announcing key strides they are taking to stay one step ahead of rising cyber threats.
Google is one of the most-used site in the world. But how does the tech giant keep its tens of billions of users safe from cyber threats? Michaela Browning, Vice President of Government Affairs and Public Policy in Google Asia Pacific, sheds light on the matter.
Constantly changing digital realities and a shrinking talent pool continue to pose a security challenge for organisations, but cybersecurity provider Forescout believes automation may be the solution.
JP Yu, Head of APAC Sales from software provider NetWitness, breaks down the most pressing cyber threats, and why extended detection and response (XDR) is increasingly the choice cyber solution for governments to build up their cybersecurity defences.
Joep Gommers, Founder and CEO of cyber threat intelligence firm EclecticIQ, explains why intelligence sharing is an indispensable part of a country’s cybersecurity strategy.
Singapore’s central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), has laid out its vision for the next three years. Cybersecurity and trust in the financial services sector will be critical towards achieving the nation-state’s ambitions, says Vincent Loy, Assistant Managing Director, Technology Group, MAS, to GovInsider.
GovInsider sits down with two cyber experts ahead of GovWare 2022 to find out how events like the Russia-Ukraine war are impacting the cyber landscape today, and what can be done about it.
Full visibility through a single pane of glass: The key to stronger security amidst hyperconnected organisations
Alan Phua, Head of Cyber Security from Singaporean telecommunications conglomerate Singtel, explains how the single pane of glass can provide visibility over hyperconnected environments and improve the cybersecurity posture of public and private sectors.
Juliette Wilcox, Cyber Security Ambassador for UK Defence and Security Exports, Department for International Trade, United Kingdom, explains how her role as a cybersecurity ambassador can strengthen cybersecurity in the United Kingdom and beyond.
Robert Pizzari, Vice President of Security, APAC at Splunk, speaks with GovInsider on how Splunk can help make cybersecurity a more proactive effort.
The Domain Name System (DNS) is crucial to the functioning of the internet, but remains vulnerable to prevalent cyber threats like malware. GovInsider speaks with David Carroll, Managing Director of Nominet UK to find out how exactly governments can defend their DNS from such threats.
Raen Lim, Group VP of Asia from data platform leader for security and observability Splunk, explains the intersection between the cloud and cybersecurity, and how governments can best navigate the two.