Summit marks launch of Cloud Security Alliance in PH

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csa ph “Everything is going to the cloud,” said Ryan Ty, chairman of CSA Philippines. “CSA Philippines is committed to helping the country realize its full potential using cloud technology, secure methods, and best practices. At the same time, we’re addressing issues and concerns about privacy and security by providing guidelines, framework, and events like the CSA Summit.” The CSA Philippines Summit will be held at Okada Manila in Paranaque City. The latest solutions and products from technology providers and start-ups will be featured at the summit’s Exhibit Hall and Cloud Incubation Corner. The program will also feature insights and case studies from local and international security experts at the Plenary Hall. The program will open with a keynote address by National Privacy Commission chairman Raymund Liboro, followed by expert insights from former head of cloud computing office at the IDA (Singapore) and CSA APAC vice president Lee Hing-Yan. DICT undersecretary Denis Villorente will discuss the administration’s “cloud-first” policy, while author and RSA’s principal malware scientist, Christopher Elisan, will give light to ransomware and emerging threats. Local and international thought leaders from Symantec, VMWare, EPLDT, Schneider-Electric, Cisco, Ever More Security, and DataOne Asia Philippines also join this year’s conference line-up. “We’ve seen how cloud has disrupted the computing business in other countries. It has been a source of growth for firms that have embraced it and a challenge for those that have ignored it. The CSA Philippines is now here, and we’re looking for volunteers who would share their expertise and time to advocate cloud.” For more information about CSA Philippines Summit 2017, like @CSAPHChapter on Facebook or visit http://www.csaphilippines.org/. For more information on the CSA Philippines chapter and membership, e-mail hvc@csaphilippines.org. ]]>

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