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  • 21 Jul 2021 11:54 PM | Anonymous

    Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) is organizing the "Security Big Data & A.I. Analytic (SBDA) Training" in September 2021.  ACFE HK members can enjoy the discounted price.  For more details (including enrolment methods), please refer to the course webpage.

  • 21 Jul 2021 11:38 PM | Anonymous

    ASIS will host the webinar by Current Consulting's Björn Wahlstrom with Lee Oddess on the 28th of July - the topic is Trends in Access Control and Security.

    Please see attached the flyer and registering at the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAkfu6vrT4vH9aI6OWG0hHEcGgCeD1nTcyl


    Further details

    The webinar will cover the following:

    • Security has gone mainstream as a feature of a larger value proposition and the impacts it has on our old truths of high security are being challenged. What are they and how to respond?
    • Megatechs influence both in business practices as well as standards like CHiP, LORA, and 5G impacting the way our systems work
    • The impact of new access control companies in the past 6 months raising $300+M in capital to exercise in the global market. We have never seen this before.
    • The introduction of the end user as a stakeholder. With mobile and the increased adoption of new technology such as health attestation, end users will now influence what systems go in, stay, and how they function. We are all set up for the admin and the dealer…what do we do with the end user?
    • Our industry has forever been about keeping bad people out, it is now about letting the right person in. We are applying 30-year-old products and processes to today and tomorrow use cases.
    Members of the ACFE can sign up the webinar for free.
  • 27 Jun 2021 9:47 PM | Anonymous

    ASIS Hong Kong Chapter is organising a talk on the security challenges involved with your organizational staff resuming travelling and considerations that must be given for remote site working. Join the event for the talk, social and meet friends for a drink afterwards.

    Members of the ACFE can enjoy discounted rate.

    Topic Descriptions:
    New challenges are emerging requiring security to support with a broader risk management approach. To support the company to make better and more correct decisions entering contracts with less risk, network and reliable intelligence are key, combined with proper security planning.

    Speaker:
    Staffan has more than 28 years of operational and strategic experience in security and crisis response globally. His background comprises of the civilian security sector holding positions as security manager, consultant and service provider in various companies including airports, commercial, industrial and construction sectors. In addition, he had served the Swedish Armed Forces for 5 years and taken part in UN peace operations in Bosnia, Liberia and Afghanistan. 

    Staffan had been with ABB since 2004 until July 2020 where he started a new position as Head of Security and Crisis Management APAC, Middle East, and Africa and Global Program manager for Project Security Program for Hitachi ABB Power Grids. Previously he supported Swedish ABB projects in Saudi Arabia during 2004/05 and Iraq projects in 2006. Since 2007, he was given the task to build up Corporate Security and Crisis Response including Travel and Project Security for ABB globally in Zurich. This was the start up for the Security corporate function in January 2007.

    Date/Time/ Venue
    June 30, 2021
    Seminar: 4pm–5pm Hong Kong Time (GMT +8)
    Social Networking: 5pm onwards
    Venue: Hair of the Dog 3, 22 Minden Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui

    Language:
    English

    Cost: 
    ASIS HK Chapter Members HK$150
     
    Friendly association members (OSAC / ACSG / BCI / ACFE / HKSA / IPSA / APSA / CSI) HK$150
     
    Non-Members HK$250
    Fees include first round of drinks

    CPE Points

    One (1) CPE Point(s).
    *members need to apply for their CPE points via the ASIS on-line system

    Registration:
    Please submit payment proof to treasurer@asis.org.hk 

    Bank Information:
    Title: ASIS International Hong Kong Chapter
    HSBC Account No. 162-037352-001

    Deadline:
    24 hours before the event date/time.

    Contact:
    treasurer@asis.org.hk

  • 31 May 2021 10:28 PM | Anonymous

    We would like to share with you the following events organized by ISACA in June 2021.  ACFE members can enjoy the special discount.

    Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate Exam Review Course

    Two-Day Hands-on Workshop (CPE)

    Happy-Hour Webinar

    Global Webinar


    Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate Exam Review Course (CPE)

    Two-Day Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate Exam Review Course

    * Two-Day Fast Track Course *
    * Accredited Trainer *
    * Four-Week Q&A Support * 


    Date: 3 & 4 June (Thursday & Friday)

    Time: 9am - 5pm


    CPE Hour: 16 CPEs

    Venue: ISACA China Hong Kong Chapter, 15B, Yam Tze Commercial Building, 23 Thomson Road, Wanchai

    ISACA Accredited Trainer:
    Mr. Freeman Ng
    Principal Consultant of iSystems Security Limited; Certification Director of ISACA China HK Chapter

    Why attend this Course?
    - Our Chapter’s exam review course trainers are “ISACA Accredited Trainers”
       * To ensure trainers are delivering the most relevant educational experience, ISACA has created an accredited process for trainers
       * Trainers are pre-qualified against a set of standards and requirements to ensure only qualified applicants are accredited
      * Trainers have gone through the rigors of accreditation proving both their subject matter expertise as well as their training ability (high quality and uniform learning experiences) 
    - Use of ISACA-official course materials

    Complimentary offer:
    Free 4 weeks of Q&A support by our Chapter (Period - From 28 May 2021 to 24 June 2021)


    Details & Registration


    Two-Day Hands-on Workshop (CPE)

    Topic: Find hacker from the Moon – Digital Forensics from case study

    Date: 28 & 29 June 2021 (Monday & Tuesday)

    Time: 9am - 5pm


    CPE Hour: 16 CPEs

    Venue: Room 302, 3/F, Shop 2, Pico Tower, 66 Gloucester Road, Wanchai

    Abstract: Johnny, CFO of Moon travel company received complain letter that SpaceShip company did not receive the payment for over 2 months after submitting the invoices. But Johnny confirmed with his bank that the payment has already been made. How come!!! What happen? Is that insider problem? Is that due to external hacker? Is SpaceShip company cheating?

    You are being invited to help him to conduct the investigation.

    Within this hands-on workshop, we will cover two main parts – Day 1 (Acquisition) and Day 2 (Investigation and Analysis). So in Day 1 of the workshop, we will guide you from incident management, containment and identification of evidence. Then we will perform forensics acquisition from memory, computer disk, cloud computing environment through a number of demonstration and lab sessions. We will also explain the pitfalls and challenges in forensics acquisition.

    On Day 2, we will switch our role to act as investigator. We will then understand where and what we can find and extract from various artefacts from Windows System, user profiles, files, network and emails. Ultimately, as Holmes, we will have to reconstruct and reassemble broken pieces of artefacts to become a reasonable case.

    Digital Forensics can be fun if we know how to perform the steps with appropriate skills.


    Details & Registration


    Happy-Hour Webinar (CPE)

    Topic:Practical Data Privacy; Lessons Learned From Implementing Privacy in FinTech
    Skills, Tools, Knowledge and Certifications to Support Your Journey


    Date: Tuesday, 8 June 2021

    Time: 6pm - 7pm


    CPE Hour: 1 CPE

    Online Platform: Zoom

    Abstract: Privacy by Design; Privacy by Default is a more common phrase we are hearing in industry now, but where should companies start in their journey when upholding their employees / customers’ rights? Where to start when obtaining industry certifications like ISO27701 to build trust? And with the recent updates by tech giants on data privacy with relation to their products and services (e.g. iOS 14.5) and what are some key privacy technology challenges companies need to be prepared for. 

    Jason helped drive ISO27701:2019 and NIST Privacy Framework for a company to be the first FinTech company worldwide to obtain both of these certifications. Join Jason as he discusses his strategy and lessons learned from driving these programs. Understand how organizations can benefit from obtaining data privacy certifications and how ISO27701 can help bridge the gap to other regional regulations like EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and how individual certifications like ISACA’s latest CDPSE can complement those who already hold ISACA certifications. 

    Join this session if you are looking for practical guidance on implementing privacy in your organisation. This session will be conducted in English.


    Details & Registration


    Global Webinar (CPE) 


    Topic: Tame that Overprivileged Cloud

    Length: 1 Hour (1 CPE)

    Abstract: If privilege management on prem was a walk in the park, in the cloud it’s a jungle.

    Enterprises are struggling with identities swell, credentials sprawl and privilege creep from thousands of human and service identities, coupled with excessively permissive policies. Gartner has sounded the alarm: by 2023, 75% of cloud security failures will result from inadequate management of identities, access and privileges.

    It’s time to tame the beast. In this webinar, Ermetic will discuss challenges, use cases and best practices for mitigating access risks and moving—in harmony with devops—toward least privilege in Cloud environments.


    Details & Registration
  • 31 May 2021 10:17 PM | Anonymous

    Mr Arthur Yuen, Deputy Chief Executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), will speak for us at the Regulatory Webinar Series on 16 June 2021. 

    Hear from Mr Yuen on HKMA’s three strategic directions:

    1. Green Finance: climate risk management; disclosure; common ground taxonomy; international co-operation; and capacity building 
    2. Technology: Fintech strategies and views on Regtech 
    3. Greater Bay Area: updates on the latest initiatives

    Please refer to HKSI event webpage for registration and further details.

    As a supporting organisation, members of the ACFE Hong Kong Chapter can enjoy discounted rates.
  • 22 May 2021 10:46 AM | Anonymous

    ASIS Hong Kong Chapter is hosting an online talk on social engineering and prevention strategies on cyber attacks by Mr. Christopher Salgado.

    Speaker

    Christopher Salgado is a highly accomplished and trusted security and investigations leader with more than 19 years in cyber and physical investigations. Throughout his career, he has assisted Fortune 50 companies including via the installation of numerous innovative and efficient processes in the topics of investigations, security, brand protection, threat management, business continuity, intelligence, operations, recruiting, customer service, employee morale and leadership. The companies that have benefitted from his services span across the spectrum of industries, including social media, pharmaceutical, luxury brands consumables, automotive, electronics, film production, streaming services, entertainment and insurance. He has also assisted investigations firms and law firms across the globe. Christopher Salgado is a contributing author to PI Magazine on cyber and social media investigations and a member of the London Speaker Bureau. Cyber investigation is his forte.

    He worked for Facebook and various international corporations throughout his career in security. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science (Minor in Psychology).

    His co-founded investigation company All Points Investigations, LLC and was a member of ASIS International (Chicago Chapter).

    Content

    • Introduction
      • What is social engineering?
      • Why is it important to avoid?
      • ~95% of successful cyberattacks involved social engineering
    • Case Studies- Recent examples of real dangers involving social engineering
    • Potential Victims of Social Engineering- Who is at risk for social engineering?
    • The Dangers of Successful Social Engineering Campaigns
    • Types of Social Engineering Attacks
    • Preventive Measures Against Social Engineering
    • Reactionary Steps for Victims of Social Engineering
    • Prognosis of Social Engineering in 2021

    Date/Time:

    May 26, 2021 

    Seminar:4pm–5pm Hong Kong Time (GMT +8)
    *please allow 5-10 minutes to log-in

    Language:

    English

    Cost: 

    ASIS HK Chapter Members & Friendly Association Members - Nil

    Non-Members HK$100.

    CPE Points:

    One (1) CPE Point(s). 

    *members need to apply for their CPE points via the ASIS on-line system

    Registration


    ASIS HK Chapter Members

    Please reply directly with a single word “Yes”, the joining instruction will be sent to you.

    Friendly association members (OSAC / ACSG / BCI / ACFE / HKSA / IPSA / APSA / CSI) 

    Please reply directly with your name, association name and membership ID.

    Non-Members

    Please submit payment proof to treasurer@asis.hk.org, and the joining instructions will be sent to you. 

    Deadline:

    24 hours before the event date/time.

    Contacts:

    treasurer@asis.org.hk

  • 12 May 2021 10:32 PM | Anonymous

    *** The event is FULL due to overwhelming response. Further registration will be put on waitlist ***


    ACFE Malaysia Chapter (MACFE) will be organising a webinar talk series 3 with the title of  “How Cultural Values Influences Fraud and Corruption”. Two prominent speakers namely Dr Hendri  Prabowo and Prof Uantchern have agreed to be speakers in this webinar scheduled on 21 May 2021 (Friday) at 8 pm (Malaysian time).

    MACFE agreed to offer 10 free seats to the members of ACFE Hong Kong Chapter.  Please fill out the form before 18 May 2021.  Seats will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.  Successful registrants will be contacted separately by email.

    Please fill out this registration form to register.  Seats will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

  • 29 Mar 2021 8:30 PM | Anonymous

    Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) is organizing the following Workshops / Trainings in Apr and May 2021.  ACFE HK members can enjoy the discounted price.

    Please visit the respective event webpages for details and enrolment. 

  • 15 Mar 2021 11:16 AM | Anonymous
    Topic
     Tackling Grand Corruption in China and Taiwan
    Date  19 March 2021
    Time
     8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
    Webinar platform
     Zoom
    Fee  Free for ACFE Hong Kong Chapter members
    Registration  Fill out the online registration form

    ACFE Malaysia Chapter (MACFE) will host a webinar on the topic "Tackling Grand Corruption in China and Taiwan".  Mr. Aaron Lau, Vice President of MACFE, will be the moderator of the webinar.

    Our director, Mr. Kris Lee, together with Dr. Ernie Ko, will be the speakers of the webinar.

    MACFE is offering free seats for ACFE Hong Kong Chapter members.  Certification of attendance for this event will be given via email upon request by those who attended the full session of the event.  If you are not yet a member of the ACFE Hong Kong Chapter, please join us now.

    Please see the event flyer for further information.

  • 20 Feb 2021 12:05 PM | Anonymous

    From the chaos following the recent U.S. election to false information about COVID-19 vaccinations, there seems to be an increasing proliferation of “fake news”, particularly on social media. At its worst, the impact can be very damaging, e.g., undermining efforts to combat the pandemic, causing market volatility, deepening divisions in society and even, it would seem, inciting violence.

    In this webinar, our speaker, Professor Keith B Richburg of HKU and formerly an award- winning journalist with The Washington Post, will cover:

    • Defining “fake news”. Is it a new phenomenon or is it just more pervasive?
    • What are the common themes of fake news?
    • Is the spread of misinformation just a social media problem?
    • Differentiating fact from fiction, half-truths and opinion. 
    • How to address the spread of fake news? Should it be policed?
    • Responsibilities of different parties – governments, the media, the reader?
    • Is there a role for forensic investigators?


    Date:


    Wednesday, 10 March 2021

    Time:


    1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. 

    Speaker:


    Professor Keith B. Richburg

    Director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre and Professor of Practice, The University of Hong Kong

    Language: 


    English

    Enquiries: 


    Betsy Liang (betsyliang@hkicpa.org.hk);
    Ki Wong (
    wkwong@hkicpa.org.hk)

    Enrolment deadline:


    Online enrolment by 7 March 2021
    (offline enrolment by 4 March 2021)

    After successful registration, the meeting URL and login password will be provided nearer the event date.

    Please see the event webpage for further details and registration.

    ACFE members can enjoy discounted rate.

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