Once every year, security professionals from all over Asia would gather at the RSA conference to discuss the latest trends and news in cyber security. The inaugural RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan 2015 was held in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from 22 – 24 July 2015 with exhibitors displaying their brand and products in many security fields; from cloud and data security, security infrastructure to mobile security. This year’s theme is ‘Change’, challenging today’s security thinking and discovering new ways to innovate, creating an opportunity for improvements.
Cyber Secure Asia Presence
Cyber Secure Asia is excited to announce our participation in the conference together with the Japan Network Security Association (JNSA) as part of ‘Change’ in CyberTrust Japan Security Structure. Cyber Secure Asia presented DigiCert innovative encryption products and tools to industry professionals and highlighted the ease of managing certifications. Tools such as DigiCert’s CertCentral were demonstrated alongside with DigiCert SSL certificate products.
In the picture: Tatsuro Hayashi (Left)- Senior Manager Global Division in CyberTrust Japan and Shigeto Miyamoto (Right)- Managing Director in Cyber Secure Asia / Executive Director Global Division in CyberTrust Japan
About the RSA Conference
RSA via Access Corner
International delegates from all over the world were present and the RSA keynote sessions were the much-anticipated sessions many looked forward to.The 2015 RSA Conference had a much broader scope compared to the 2014 sessions, covering new topics in Government and Risk Management, and Threats and Threat Actors in addition to those in:
- Cloud and Data Security
- Cyber Investigation and Law Enforcement
- Mobile Security
- Security Infrastructure
In Government and Risk Management, security professionals learned how to successfully communicate and enforce policies and standards in enterprise, measure and calibrate risk as well as explore people related issues in social networking and engineering.
In Threats and Threat Actors, discussions were made on the threat landscape, advanced threats, APTs, new classes of vulnerabilities, exploitation techniques, malware, reverse engineering, hacktivism and how to combat problems. Some sessions include live demos and code dissection.
If you’ve missed this year’s RSA conference, don’t fret. You can still catch the dialogues and keynotes from the RSA Media. It’s never too late to catch up with the latest trends in security even from the comfort of your own desk!
About Ashlee Ang
Ashlee is a content writer at Cyber Secure Asia where she writes about introductory topics on cyber security and cyber-related happenings in Singapore & South East Asia.