2020 wasn’t what anybody expected and it made a significant mark in the history books. As human beings, we know how to react and adapt as the struggle continues. The same is true of organizations coming under fire due to rapid global change. Many businesses responded to the evolving digital transformation with a renewed focus on maintaining their competitive edge and supporting remote work, which became crucial overnight. As expected, cybercriminals are very interested in these changes! Few verticals were ready, with manufacturing and healthcare suffering the most under an ever-increasing risk of catastrophe. This keynote will share:
• How technology is fundamentally changing business operation
• How the digital transformation blurs the line between IT & OT
• How the manufacturers can enjoy the benefits of the digital transformation while mitigating fast-increasing risk
Since its inception in 1988, Eva Chen has spearheaded Trend Micro’s emergence as one of the world’s most innovative cybersecurity companies.
Before becoming CEO, Eva served as executive vice president from 1988-1996 and CTO from 1996-2004. Under her direction, Trend Micro has produced a chronology of industry firsts, from unique products to security management approaches. As a result of her innovative leadership, she was appointed CEO in late 2004.
Of her many accolades and accomplishments, a few of the most prominent:
• Named one of the Top 100 Women in Cybersecurity for 2020, 2020
• Name one of CRN’s Top 100 Executives list for 2020
Terence is the Vice President of Trend Micro & CEO of TXOne Networks, a joint venture company by Trend Micro and Moxa. TXOne Networks brings pragmatic and practical OT cyber defense to industrial world by integrating Trend Micro’s security technology and Moxa’s ICS hardware and experience.
As a Vice president of Trend Micro, Terence also leads Trend Micro's Network Threat Defense Technology Group to expand the company’s footprint to Telecommunication network. He focuses on developing and marketing the distributed security solutions across the telecommunication infrastructure (from Premise to the Edge and to the Core) by leveraging new-generation telecommunication technologies like Software Defined Network (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV).
Prior to Trend Micro, Terence was the CEO of Broadweb. He defined and created its DPI licensing business, and made the company become profitable for five years in a row. BroadWeb was finally acquired by Trend Micro in October 2013.
Terence earned the PhD and M.S. degree in Computer Science from National Tsing-Hua University, and holds several patents and IEEE/ACM publications.