Cloud Security Alliance Hong Kong & Macau Chapter is proud to support the Build a Secure Cyberspace 2021 – “Be Smart Online, Stay Away from Pitfalls” GIF Graphic Design Contest.
Organised by the GovCert.hk, the Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Co-ordination Center and the Hong Kong Police Force, the Contest aims to arouse the awareness of public on Internet safety and etiquette.
A webinar cum GIF Graphic Design Contest Award Ceremony will be held on September 24 to conclude the contest. In this webinar, cyber security experts will introduce cyber security best practices and share their insights on defending against cyber attacks and the enhancement of cyber security postures of enterprises. The expert speakers will also share their experiences in staying away from cyber pitfalls and offer advice for being an ethical Internet user.
As updated in our previous post, CSA HKM chapter is going to organize our March Knowledge Sharing with AWS team on AWS Cloud Security Tips. If you have not register yet, remember to go to register that.
Besides, just knowing that CSA APAC is also going to organize a Cloud Security Series talk with AWS on 22 Mar 2021 at 5 – 7pm. The topic is Continuous Auditing and Compliance with AWS. You can register in this link.
Another important updates are the recent documents available for Peer-Review. CCM v4.0 has been published. That is just the first updates from CCM working group. In fact, some more useful and down to earth guidelines are on their way – Such as the CCM v4.0 Implementation Guidelines, CAIQ v4.0. These Guidelines are all available for Peer Review. Peer review will be opened until 14 Apr 2021. If you are interested, remember to start your review.
Other than that, there are more open peer reviews articles available from the link, your participations would definitely help.
Many of you may have heard that CCAK – a certificate on Cloud Auditing that jointly developed by Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and ISACA are readily available now and the examination will be available on 22 March 2021.
After Chinese New Year, many exciting activities and events are coming.
Firstly, on this coming Thursday (25 Feb 2021), we will have our knowledge sharing session by Zscaler on SASE and Zero Trust Model. Remember to register and join. More details can be found here.
Secondly, Information Security Summit – one of the most attractive, non-vendor driven, local Cybersecurity event will be held on March 9 – 10, 2021. This year, the Conference will be organised quite different from previous years due to the New Norm after Covid-19 virus. All the events will be organised online. Events and talks will be more interesting. Speakers from other countries will be conducting from other time zone to support us this year. For interactive panel discussion, some of the panelist will be discussing through the webinar from their home town on the topic – Challenge of Securing the New Norm – the Remote, Mobile, Decentralised and Virtual Business. Do register the conference and workshops. Do visit the link about the IS Summit 2021.
Finally, Certificate of Cloud Auditing Knowledge (CCAK) is coming. More information about the joint certification program with ISACA will be clarified soon. At this stage, 400+ pages study guide are available in ISACA store. Stay tune with CCAK site from CSA.
Container environment is a hot topic in cloud environment especially cloud security area. So after previous two rounds of cloud usage and SaaS cloud security talk, we now start another interesting series of cloud security talk – Cloud Container security talk. We will start our talk from OpenShift and DevSecOps. That are two hot topics in Cloud Computing and Cloud Security Area.
This month we invited William Lok, CTO and Co-founder of TechNet HK to lead us through “Transforming DevOps to DevSecOps with Redhat OpenShift“.
Today, DevOps is an inevitable way to transform the enterprise into digital era and innovate into software company. William will prepare a demo on how a container application governed by series of tool chains and deploy on RedHat OpenShift.
On top of tool chains, William will share how the security perspectives can be fulfilled by transforming DevOps to DevSecOps Journey.
Please do not miss this opportunity to learn from the expert and get connected with your peers.
Participants can claim 1 CPE.
DATE: October 08, 2020 (Thursday)
TIME: 12:30 – 01:30 pm
SPEAKER: William Lok, CTO and Co-founder of TechNet HK
TOPIC: Transforming DevOps to DevSecOps with Redhat OpenShift
William Lok, CTO and co-founder of TechNet HK (http://www.technet-asia.com). He leads the company technology visions and directions. He is a frequent speaker on DevOps seminars. He plays an active role in evangelizing opensource, multi-cloud and DevSecOps adoption for Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan enterprises.