08 June 2018, Friday 14:00 - 17:00
I4-01-03 - SEMINAR ROOM, LEVEL 1
INNOVATION 4.0
3 RESEARCH LINK, SINGAPORE 117602
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The WACI (Wild and Crazy Ideas) session featured ideas pitching and problem statements that call for collective brainstorming, collaborative effort, or partnerships towards solutions. We are delighted to have Daryl Pereira, Head of Cyber Security for KPMG in Singapore, as our guest speaker for this event.

In addition, the Consortium launched a Seed Grant Call for proposals of joint research projects, for producing proof-of-concepts of new cybersecurity technologies and innovative ideas. Proposed projects must be a partnership between Consortium member companies and academic/research institutes or public agencies. (E.g., see Seed Grant 2017 award.)

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Free admission (by registration) open to:
• Representatives from Consortium member companies
• Staff at Singapore government agencies
• Staff and full-time students at local Institutes for Higher Learnings (IHLs) and Research Institutes (RIs)
• Invited Guests
The event is open to public. A $30 token fee is applicable to attendees not in the above categories.

Contact Us:
For registration or enquiries, please contact:
Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium

Program:

*Subject to Changes

14:00 - 14:10 Welcome Address
14:10 - 14:40 Cybersecurity Risk in the Digital Transformation Age
Daryl Pereira, Head of Cyber Security, KPMG in Singapore
(Click here for speaker bio)
14:40 - 15:40 Wild and Crazy Ideas Pitch Closing the Loop on Fuzzing Monitors
Michael LEONG, Managing Director, Beyond Security Asia
PANG Ying Kiat, Director, Network and Software Security Testing Solutions, Beyond Security Asia
(Click here for abstract and speaker bio) Continuous Authentication on Mobile Devices
Terence SIM, Associate Professor, School of Computing, National University of Singapore
(Click here for abstract and speaker bio) EffectiveSan: Dynamically Typed C/C++
Gregory J. DUCK, Research Fellow, TSUNAMi, National University of Singapore
(Click here for abstract and speaker bio) Detecting Script-Based malware using Machine Learning
Ravikant TIWARI, Security Researcher, Acronis Asia Research & Development Center
Sanjeev SOLANKI, Security Researcher, Acronis Asia Research & Development Center
(Click here for abstract and speaker bio)
15:40 - 16:00 Consortium Seed Grant Call 2018
16:00 - 17:00 Networking Tea