e-Cop to deliver keynote address at global FIRST conference
e-Cop to deliver keynote address at global FIRST conference.
SINGAPORE, 19 MAY 2005 - e-Cop's President and CEO Eddie Chau will be speaking to leaders at the upcoming corporate executive program organized by the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST) on 30 June 2005 in Singapore.
FIRST brings together several hundreds of global teams and attendees from large blue chip companies, SMEs, government, academia, independent consultants and industry professionals. The annual conference is being held in Asia Pacific this year as a testament to the rapid growth of membership in this region.
The event will bring together top executives and decision makers such as CEOs, CFOs, CIOs and CSOs worldwide for the sharing of experiences and expertise. Eddie will open the conference with a keynote address, broaching the issue of corporate governance and global compliance and their place in the larger equation of brand and shareholder value enhancement of enterprises.
In the Middle East, Eddie will be a guest speaker at the Financial Technology Summit in Dubai organised by the World Development forum on 25 May 2005. Eddie will focus on how enterprises can proactively deal with info-security risks by outsourcing to professionals or managing the processes internally by adopting best of breed enterprise security technologies and best practices.
No stranger to global speaking platforms, Eddie is often sought for his views on info-security matters and is available for interviews on info-security concepts and trends.
For more information, please click http://www.first.org/conference/2005/cep/agenda.html
e-Cop, the TRUSTED provider of critical info-security technologies and services, helps governments and enterprises worldwide manage their info-security threats and risks.
Leveraging on e-Cop's innovative technology and professional expertise, organizations can effectively manage the challenging tasks in info-security today, such as info-security management, infrastructure monitoring and real-time threat response. This is achieved through reliance on e-Cop's Global Command Centres (GCC) or e-Cop's deployment of cutting-edge technologies for independent Security Operations Centres.
e-Cop raises the bar for info-security management and practices with its pioneering research and development, robust technologies and award-winning solutions and security expertise. These are all centred on internationally recognised best practices for Information Security Management System (ISMS) ¨C BS7799/ISO17799. e-Cop's international presence today covers 20 countries, with multiple Global Command Centres (GCC) located in Asia Pacific and Middle East. For more information, please visit www.e-Cop.net