With the theme of ‘Advancing Security Leaders: People, Policy & Technology’, this one-day conference will deliver discussion and thought provoking presentations on latest security and cyber security issues and challenges facing the industry. In addition, it will provide the attendees an opportunity to understand emerging technologies and how its adoption can help them mitigate the risk their organizations face.
2 Sep (Fri)
10:00am – 5:15pm
Function Room, Level 3, Core E, Cyberport 3, 100 Cyberport Road, Hong Kong
For more information about the agenda & registration, click here.
DOMAINfest@IoN.Asia (19-22 Sep)
This event will be four days of great keynotes, panels, networking and more, the conference will focus on networking and opportunities around domains with a specific elegance about the subtleties of the Chinese Market and Consumer.
19-22 Sep (Mon-Thu)
9:00am – 6:00pm
Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Rd, Telegraph Bay, Hong Kong
2016 Digital Marketplace Seminar – “Smart City Business – Shaping Our Future” (18 Aug)
In view of the importance of smart city, this year’s DMP will discuss the emerging smart technology and its trends as well as unveiling some of the opportunities and challenges that Hong Kong’s business faces today.
Following up by the success of last year, Asia Smartphone Apps Contest 2016 is organized to to further facilitate the growth of this burgeoning sector in Asia.Objectives include:
To recognize the excellence of innovations and efforts in developing best-of-breed smartphone apps
To create a platform to expand business opportunities and facilitate collaboration among the smartphone app developers in Asia regions
To nurture creative talents in the smartphone apps development industry
Open for Nomination: NOW – 8 Apr 2016For more information about the event,click here.
SocTech events create a great platform to foster communications and collaborations amongst our SocTech fellows to exchange their ideas, skill and technology. All members of the society from any background can engage in the SocTech initiatives, including:
Technology sector – which can provide technological expertise to formulate smart and revolutionary solutions that address the most desperate needs in today’s knowledge- and technology-based society;
Social service sector – which can spread its wealth of knowledge about today’s most pressing issues to other parts of the society;
Business sector – of which ample resources can be capitalized to make good for the society to ultimately support their own growth parallel to that of the wider society in a sustainable manner;
Education sector – which should ride on the crest of this inevitable trend of SocTech to better equip future leaders.