10:45 Keynote Session – HKCERT

Cybersecurity strategies on incident response to protect your organization
Otto Lee, Deputy Head, HKCERT

LANGUAGE: Cantonese

In the past years, the novel coronavirus epidemic has accelerated many local enterprises’ digital transformation. E-commerce, working from home, and online business have gradually become the “new normal”. As digitalization becomes the general trend, the threat of cyber-attacks cannot be ignored, and information security is playing a vital role especially during the security transformation for the “next normal”. In view of this, Otto would like to share the importance of incident response, the key steps for an incident response plan, how to make use of incident response guideline, and some real case scenarios as examples.

The Speaker: Otto Lee, Deputy Head, HKCERT

Otto has more than 20 years of working experience in Information Security and Cyber Security, with focus on Cloud Security, Data Protection & Privacy, and Incident Response in the last few years. He has extensive experience in Financial Services Industry to define global policy and standard, review the compliance, be the representative in Asia to handle security incident response from APAC countries, provide security & awareness, and conduct on-site compliance reviews in various offices in APAC.

He was also appointed by Hong Kong Government to join Working Group on Cloud Security and Privacy for 4 years, to develop best practices and guidelines on cloud security and privacy for the local environment, and to participate in and organize conferences, forums and discussion groups for exchanging views and experience sharing on cloud security, data and privacy protection and solutions.

Otto also contributes time, skills and knowledge through volunteer services in professional associations, and was the Chairperson of Professional Information Security Association (Hong Kong) in 2016. He is a holder of CCSP, CISSP, CSSLP, CISA, CDPSE, GLEG and AWS Certified Security – Specialty.

He is currently the Deputy Head of Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre (HKCERT).

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