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Join Your Peers at the Black Hat Asia Executive Summit

There's still time to apply for Black Hat's focused high-level networking and knowledge-sharing event in Singapore next week!

Head’s up, cybersecurity luminaries: There’s still time to apply for access to the new Executive Summit at Black Hat Asia, which kicks off in Singapore next week!

If you’re not familiar with the Executive Summit yet, know that it’s a focused one-day event,  next Wednesday, March 20, to be specific, where CISOs and other cybersecurity executives have opportunities to hear from a variety of industry experts shaping the next generation of information security strategy.

In a concise session on “Future-Proofing Supply Chain Against Emerging Cyber-Physical Threats,” for example, PSA Corporation’s Steven Sim will show you how the latest round of industrialization has further blurred the line between physical and cyberthreats. These threats, especially the recent NotPetya attacks, are a rude warning that cyber resilience is even more critical to ensuring business continuity, which is why this session aims to share security and governance strategies that can be applied holistically against such threats.

Later in the day you’ll have an opportunity to hear from Barclays’ Theo Nassiokas on “How Exactly Can Security Executives Mitigate Cyber Risk?” Nassiokas will share real-world cyberthreat examples, explain how to quantify cyberthreats, and offer a glimpse of the biggest challenges executives are up against. This talk will also connect cybersecurity events to real actors and geopolitical events reported in the press, and identify alleged state-sponsored cyberthreat actors and the alleged crimes they committed.

Plus, those who apply for the Executive Summit and are selected to attend will receive a Black Hat Asia Business Pass, a ticket to the Black Hat Asia VIP party (where you can meet speakers, trainers, review board members, and fellow attendees), and access to great Black Hat Asia Features like the Arsenal open-source tool demo area, and the Business Hall.

If you haven’t yet, apply now to take part in high-level networking and knowledge-sharing at the Black Hat Asia Executive Summit!

Black Hat Asia returns to the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore March 26-29, 2019. For more information on what's happening at the event and how to register, check out the Black Hat website.

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