"Cyber Taiwan Expo" debuts this year to focus on demonstrating the strong innovative and R&D capabilities of Taiwan cybersecurity providers, as well as increasing opportunities to promote government-private cooperation and investment, paving the way for the Taiwanese government and businesses to get to know and adopt security products and technology developed by in Taiwan for Taiwan.
Faced with ever-changing and increasingly sophisticated attacks, the use of machine learning and AI technology in conjunction with human-machine collaboration to increase the speed of current forensics provides new hope for winning future battles against hackers.
Bugs exist in all programs or software, leaving vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers to gain entry into your system. The use of penetration tests or code inspections can effectively identify vulnerabilities not found by the system or software testing. Through red team assessment where malicious behavior is emulated to test your own application can further identify previously missed vulnerabilities.
The security threats we are faced with today stem mainly from cybergangs or cyber warfare units. It is no longer sufficient to simply detect malwares, an active approach to collect the threat intelligence is a key to leveling up overall security within industries.
Data is the most important digital asset, whether its trade secrets, research and development data, strategic plans, financial information, customer information, these types of data have all become the targets of hackers or cyber warfares from nation states. Using the most fundamental of protections, data encryption, is something that needs urgently be implemented across the board within both government and enterprise.
Data is the new oil, and so is cyber security. In regards to detecting malicious attacks against systems, networks, and terminals from hidden malware and rapid response to prevent interruptions in operations, big data analysis and prediction technology play a key role.
Hack attacks come in an endless variety of forms, cyber threats come from all directions. To remain invasion free for long periods of time while under constant attacks requires the implementation of multi-level and multi-faceted security mechanisms. Regardless of whether it is a legacy information system, or a new application or service, there is always the need for a protection on a variety of fronts.
Recently, financial institutions have not only become frequent targets of cyber attacks, many have also become personal ATMs for cybergangs or totalitarian states. With the ongoing trend where digital finance is gradually becoming mainstream, it is imperative that no effort be spared in securing the financial industry.
Nowadays, a large amount of cyber attacks threaten indiscriminately with disregard for national borders or enterprise scales, all are fair targets for cybergangs or totalitarian states. This is an unequally fought battle, and the professional security services is a necessity as well as a savior for many small to medium sized companies that lack resources to overcome these constant threats on their own.
Multiple times and opportunities to take part in themed tour guides of the results of cybersecurity research and development in Taiwan will be available to participants. Through a diversity of routes and in-depth dialogue and product presentations, stop by for a themed tour at the Cyber Taiwan Expo to find how we help you against cyber threats.
Those who take part in and complete the tour will receive a special souvenir at the end!
CIP security alarm Turning ON! Over the past year, cyber attacks targeting critical infrastructure have continued to grow by the day. From satellites in outer space to traffic control systems on the ground, to industrial control systems, all have become targets for cyber attacks. What's more, new generations of attacks targeting industrial control systems have not only launched on the digital battlefield, they are further aimed at the safety management systems of factories, and have large chances of not only shutting down factory operations, but also directly threatening human lives.
With the ever increasing threats to CIIP, the security of industrial control systems which was previously often overlooked has now become a new market focus. A large number of startups focusing on industry security products and services have managed to find strong financial backing and venture capital investments. Faced with new opportunities in securing industrial control systems, what should Taiwan's cyber security industry do to seize the opportunity and find a place in the international arena? This forum invites representatives from the government, industry, academia, and research sectors to come together to discuss development opportunities for Taiwan's CIIP industry.
Director, Information Management Center, Ministry of Economic Affairs
Manager, Information Management Section, Ta-Lin Refinery, CPC Corp.
General Manager, Taiwan & Hong Kong BU, TrendMicro
Team T5 Leader
Senior Director, Acer Cyber Security Inc.