Internet Security and Privacy Networking Hours (Aug 15, 12)

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The Internet has an enormous impact on our daily lives. It provides us with a great source of information and it changes the way people communicate. However, it bring about threats due to attacks and abuse of use. You are the first line of defense over these threats. Protect yourself now and reduce the risk of being a target. Don’t miss the great opportunity to learn and implement some Internet security and privacy strategies!

Date Wed, August 15, 2012
Time 3pm – 5:30pm
Venue Function Room, Level 3, Core E, Cyberport 3, 100 Cyberport Road, Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Fee FREE of Charge

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People - Andy Yee

Andy Yee

Policy Analyst, Google Inc.

Andy Yee is a Policy Analyst in Google’s Public Policy and Government Affairs team in Asia Pacific, with a specific focus on Hong Kong and Taiwan. This entails handling copyright, privacy and open Internet policy issues. He is a former researcher at the Political Section of the European Union Delegation to China in Beijing. He has written extensively on China, social media and international relations at Global Voices Online East Asia Forum and openDemocracy . To date, his writing has been mentioned by respected publications including the New York Times and the Guardian . He holds Masters and Bachelor degrees in Information Engineering from the University of Cambridge, and a Masters in East Asian Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Sharing: Data and Security: Using data to protect users


 People - Chester Soong

Chester SoongConvener, Internet Security and Privacy Working Group, ISOC HKChester Soong is the Managing Director of Security Consulting Services Ltd. and Managing Consultant of Truxtmaxx Company Ltd. Both companies focus on providing leading edge information security consulting services. He was formerly Director of Certification Services of (ISC)² and still serves as their member of the Asian Advisory Board and Chairman of the Asia-Pacific Executive Writers Bureau (EWB) of region.

Chester graduated from California State University, Fullerton with double majors in Information Systems and Finance. He was the first to pass the CISSP exam in Asia in 1997. He is currently a graduate student at University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law for the Master of Law program with concentration in IT and IP Laws.

Chester is a frequent speaker at various regional conferences and seminars on the topics of IT development and information security. He is the technical advisor (Information Technology and Communications) to the Employees Retraining Board of HKSAR Government. He is an active member of the HTCIA Asia-Pacific Chapter and China Liason Officer of the Information Security and Forensics Society (ISFS) in Hong Kong. He was Chairman of the HKISP Association and helped in liaising with local and international LEAs relating to cybercrime in Hong Kong.

Sharing: Regaining the Right to be Forgotten –
mitigating the impact of Internet services on privacy


 People - S. C. Leung

SC LeungChairman, Internet Society Hong KongMr. SC Leung is the Chairperson of the Internet Society Hong Kong. He is working at the Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre (HKCERT). SC Leung is very active in the information security and Internet development community. He was the Founding Chairman of Professional Information Security Association. He holds several international designations on information security including CISSP, CISA and CBCP.


Panel Discussion: Embracing the Benefits of Technology with Security and Privacy