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

Brand Day - SYSTEX
  • May 5th (Wed)
  • 16:45 - 17:15
  • 7F 701A

How Cyber Security Management Act influence cyber security management—Legal compliance and governance

Taiwanese government declared "Cyber Security as National Security" as a strategic national devlopmental goal in 2016, and issued the "Cyber Security Management Act" in 2018, which requires government agencies to comply with their respective cyber security regulations.

Having provided IT maintenance services in Taiwanese public sector for years, SYSTEX deeply understands the difficulties government angencies face in cyber security management. Driven by the Cyber Security Management Act, various government agencies are actively formulating comprehensive improvement plans to strengthen their cyber security protection. Since SYSTEX team is familiar with the IT environment in public sector, and understands the regulatory requirements, our "MOC (Monitoring and Operation Center) Cyber Security Service was quickly adopted by various government angencies.

SYSTEX MOC constructs a multi-level and in-depth cyber security defense system for our client, the defense system can collect alerts from monitoring systems, and determine whether an abnormal event occured. When an abnormal event occurs, MOC can send specialists to client site to conduct disaster reduction & loss reduction operations, and restore core IT services back to normal.

General
Information Governance Governance Risk & Compliance
William Huang

William Huang

Operation Manager, SYSTEX

Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) in the Telecom Industry,

Cyber Security Management and Operation for Government Agencies,

Planning and Designing Cyber Security Solutions for Government Angencies.