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INTERSME BREAKFAST SEMINAR Cyber-Security: Protect your company!
October 23, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Tuesday 23 October 2018
Registration starts from 8:00am;
Event starts at 8:15am and ends at approximately 10:00am.
BNP Paribas, 63/F, Two International Finance Centre, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong
Registration: if you are interested, please register by email : firstname.lastname@example.org .Please prepare the cheque payable to “The Swiss Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong Limited” and mail it to : GPO Box 9232, Central, Hong Kong or you can do a bank transfer for the entry fee. We will let you know the bank details once we received your registration.
About the speakers
Dmitri Hubbard, General Counsel, Asia Pacific, Blue Dragon Asia Ltd.
Based in Hong Kong since 2002, Dmitri consults on a wide range of contentious legal problems which arise at the intersection of law and technology. Dmitri uses his experience in managing over 200 investigations since 2009 in Asia to preach about best practice and responding to crises. His focus is on internal and regulatory investigations, international and Asian litigation, cyber security and data privacy compliance scenarios across AsiaPacific. He works closely with large law firms and General Counsel for matters which have a Hong Kong or Asian dimension. Dmitri specializes in advising clients on regulatory and litigation matters involving data privacy concerns, forensic investigative needs, cyber breach, electronic discovery, data mapping, evidence management, document review and analysis. Since in Asia, Dmitri has held Regional Management Roles at LexisNexis, Epiq Systems, Control Risks Group, Xerox, Conduent, and Blue Dragon Asia. He has been an adjunct lecturer / professional consultant at the three HK University Law schools (HK University, Chinese University & City University). Dmitri is a qualified Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand. Dmitri holds a Bachelor of Laws, a Master of Laws (focusing on international commercial law) and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Economics from Victoria University of Wellington. He holds a Diploma in International Trade and Shipping Law from London Guildhall University, and has done the HK SFC licencing exams for securities dealing, derivatives dealing, corporate finance and financial markets. He frequently presents at industry seminars, professional associations and regional conferences across Asia. He has written several books and articles on HK and Asian data privacy, cyber security, ediscovery, law of evidence, employment and contract law.
Grégory Mauguin, Security Business Unit Director, LinkByNet
Grégory Mauguin, as “Global Director of the Security Business Unit” of Linkbynet, is in charge of the development of our ISS (Information Security System) consulting offer and steers the operational excellence of our managed services in terms of security. He has more than 15 years of experience in ISS: he has previously held the position of CISO in a company specialized in dematerialization and electronic archiving of sensitive data, where he led the ISO 27001 certification. Subsequently consultant in ISS and director of a center of expertise, he performed many technical and governance audits, provided support to reach legal or normative compliance, defined strategic security roadmaps, particularly in the banking sector.
Daniel Schneersohn, Vice-President Asia-Pacific & Japan at Arxan Technologies
Daniel Schneersohn is a seasoned executive with over 20 years of regional experience in the IT industry with multinational corporations and local startups. He has a proven track record in establishing and leading full-functions businesses from the ground up across multiple Asian countries including Japan, Australia, with primary responsibilities focusing on revenue growth.
Daniel is a seasoned Sales & Marketing professional with a strong experience in:
• The Internet Security sector and Asia Pacific market place.
• The direct sales force selling to large Enterprises, Telecom operators and Government sectors.
• The Indirect channel sales to address small businesses and large enterprises;
• The Consumer market through retail channel and on-line sales.