For the first time, the Philippines will be hosting the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) APAC Congress 2018. Happening on October 15 to 16 at SMX Convention Center Manila, the event is the most valuable gathering of cloud security experts from private and public sectors in the APAC region.
Around 300 delegates from leading IT companies and start-ups, high profile corporate influencers both local and global, as well as government and non-government organizations and their officials are expected to attend the congress. Local and foreign speakers and panelists were also invited.
CSA APAC Congress 2018 will be a strong platform for deep technical topics that focus on the latest global trends for cloud adoption and advocate best practices in cloud computing to the IT Community. The Congress shall demonstrate innovations across sectors of cloud technology including security, data center, enterprise, mobile apps, and e-commerce and most especially research in advanced strategies and global governance in order to help organizations address the new frontiers in cloud security.
The event is also supported by the head of the National Privacy Commission Chairman Raymund Liboro and Department of Information and Communications Technology’s Acting Secretary Eliseo M. Rio Jr and Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Enabling Technologies Allan Cabanlong.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will be flying in to have a constructive discourse with our global and local leaders. The latest and future of cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), Fintech will be discussed as well as best practices from many different countries including Australia, New Zealand and China.
Participants will have the opportunity to be a member of working groups and have their ideas and challenges heard.
The event is free for all CSA members. To register, visit CSA Philippines.
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