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May 4-6 at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2

Manufacturing Security Forum
  • May 6th (Thu)
  • 16:30 - 17:00
  • 7F 701B

The NIST CSF as the Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment Tool - Third-Party Review on the High-Tech Client in Taiwan

In addition to ISO 27001, NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) has become one of international well-known cybersecurity standards. As an integrative assessment framework for cybersecurity maturity, CSF covers a wide range of IT, cybersecurity, risk management, R&D, supply chain, facility management, and PR departments. We will share CSF working practices from the perspective of third-party assessment and discuss common implementation challenges from the CSF project expereinces. 

General
NIST Cybersecurity Framework Governance Risk & ComplianceRisk Management
Bright Wu

Bright Wu

Senior Director, Willis Towers Watson Taiwan

With over 15 year working experiences, Bright Wu has developed integrated resiliency and recovery practices through cybersecurity, disaster recovery planning (DRP), and business continuity planning (BCP) in a highly vulnerable business environment. Over past three years, Bright Wu was highly invloved with drafting the semiconductor cybersecurity standards at SEMI Taiwan. In addition, he takes a role of NIST CSF assesement consultant and integrate IT, cyberseuciry and OT based on multiple specification standards such as IEC 62443.