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Virtual Regional Conference For IT Management Executives
24 November 2021 | 2:30 - 4:30 PM

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Discover best practices from some of the region's

leading practitioners

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced organizations to quickly focus on 3 priorities:

  1. Expand Cloud Services and Optimize IT costs

  2. Support and secure a remote workforce

  3. Ensure business and cyber-risk resiliency

Gartner forecasts that end-user spending on public cloud services will reach $396 billion in 2021 and grow by 21.7% to $482 billion in 2022 (Source: Gartner November 2020).

As a result, the importance of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is increasing than ever in light of accelerated spending and investments into public and commercial clouds services.

Along with it, the awareness of cyber issues, in addition to enterprise risks and social engineering challenges, is increasing among government agencies, the board level, and ordinary citizens.

Join us for Cyber Fortify Singapore to learn more about the best practices and cutting-edge methodologies to plan, pro-act, and manage cyber risks that will help you safeguard your company's assets and business resiliency.


Be inspired by our speakers made up of key industry figures and thought leaders.



Specialist in Emerging Risk,
and Decision Making Under Uncertainty 

Keith left Lloyd’s of London in 2019 where he had been Research and Development Manager, to return to consultancy in risk and decision making under uncertainty.

Currently, he sits on the BSI Risk Committee (RM1), is chair of the BSI Risk Committee (RM1-4) for emerging risk, and a principal expert for the UK on the ISO JWG1 committee for emerging risk.

Keith is also a committee member on the British Standards group currently reviewing the BS65000 standard on organizational resilience.

While at Lloyd’s, Keith represented Lloyd’s on the UK Government’s (DCMS) Cyber Insurance Working Group and on the Geneva Associations Cyber Risk Working Group, where for the latter, he contributed to the report on Advancing Accumulation Risk Management in Cyber Insurance.

Working together over the last 12 months, Keith and the team at Thinking Dimensions have developed a holistic integrated methodology for use in the toughest of risk-based decision-making problems.


Professional Problem Solver

Co-author of the KEPNERandFOURIE® Thinking methodologies

Dr. Mat-Thys Fourie is a Professional Problem Solver as accredited by the Institute of Professional Problem Solvers (IPPS). He is an author of several books on Root Cause Analysis, Project Management, Problem Solving and is the co-author of the KEPNERandFOURIE® Thinking methodologies.

He has over 35 years of Problem Solving and Decision-Making transformational experience helping organizations across the world solve some of their most vexing and seemingly unsolvable problems. He has worked across a wide spectrum of industries from Automotive, Financial, Manufacturing, Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical, Nuclear, Insurance, Airline, Technology, and Telecommunications.

He has worked in companies such as Macquarie Group, SASOL, Unisys, SITA, Barclays, RBS, NCS, Singapore Stock Exchange, BMW, VW, Cadbury Schweppes, Westpac, National Australia Bank, Department of Education NSW Australia, Kimberly-Clark, Hollister, Stihl Inc., and the U.S. Navy.

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Fellow, SUSS

Anthony has nearly 25 years professional experience as a cybersecurity pioneering professional, advocate, consultant, instructor, auditor and business leader in the Asia Pacific region, and is competent in many various aspects of cybersecurity, his recent and current pursuits being application security, cloud security, OT security and Smart/Safe cities. 

Anthony is a long-time popular public speaker and content contributor at many business, industry, academic and government conferences and media (print, broadcast, internet) in the region, and interviewed often on Singapore TV News.  

Anthony has sat on several government cybersecurity committees in the region, has an MBA in International Economics and is a life alumnus of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.


Chief Information Security Officer
Allianz Insurance Singapore

Director, Volunteer Outreach

(ISC)2 Singapore Chapter

Anthony is an experienced industry leader with 18+ years of IT experience, 15 of which are focused on Information Security & Cyber Risk Management.


Has intensive experience with various multi-national firms and currently the Chief Information Security Officer at Allianz Singapore.


Anthony is an active volunteer of the Safe and Secure Online Program of the (ISC)2 Foundation, serving as the Director for Volunteer Outreach Program of (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter.


A lifetime member of the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Foundation, a committee member of the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Program. Anthony is also a member of Singapore's Insurance Standing Committee for Cyber Security (ISCCS).  Through ISCCS, he co-authored the Guidelines on Bug Bounty Program for Singapore's Insurance Industry.




Group CIO 

BH Global Corporation Ltd

Ken Soh holds concurrent appointments as Group CIO of mainboard listed BH Global Corporation Limited since 3 Mar 2014 and as the founding CEO of the group subsidiary cyber security advisory company Athena Dynamics Pte Ltd. 

Ken has more than 30 years of working experience in the ICT industry. Prior to joining BH Global, Ken held various senior positions in the public and private sectors at CxO and business leader levels with ICT Master Planning and P&L responsibilities. Since 2014, Ken spearheaded various digital transformation initiatives of the group, one of which resulted in the successful spin-off of the Group IT department from a cost center to a profit center subsidiary.


For the above, Ken was awarded IDG/IBM/Adobe ASEAN CIO 50 in 2019 and 2020.

Ken has been an avid industry speaker and writer, contributed to more than 250 thought leadership speaking and featured articles since 2015. 



2:30 - 2:40 PM

Welcome and Introduction

2:40 - 3:00 PM

Keynote: Time For A Better Risk-Based Approach!

The standard ISO risk management model is useful, but it is just a basic process model.

On its own, it is not the robust integrated system of risk management that organizations need to address the risks they now face. With Cyber risk, in particular, the threat is driven by an intelligent active opponent, who is trying to actively evade and circumvent measures put in place to protect systems. This complex problem demands a better approach.

This session will outline a scenario-based methodology that has been developed as a collaboration between Thinking Dimensions and RiskCovered.


This methodology provides a robust "Golden Thread" approach to link strategy, risk, behaviors, and tactics together in an integrated system of risk management.



Specialist in Emerging Risk, Risk & Decision Making Under Uncertainty 

3:00 - 3:20 PM

Are We Getting More Secure?

Security efforts are seen as expensive — causing to slow the business or even seen as a blocker, rather than enable and secure the business. Is there a more strategic approach? 

In this session, we will look into a model that is aligned with industry-accepted good practices, operationalizes your information security strategy and eventually cause to normalize your business risks.

Through this approach, the security leadership delivers a clear image of the necessary resources and needed security capabilities overarching people, process, and technology.



Chief Information Security Officer, Allianz Insurance Singapore

Director, Volunteer Outreach (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter

3:20 - 3:40 PM

Use The Collective Thinking Of Your Workforce
To Build Resilient Cyber Practices

One of the biggest challenges for C-Suite Management is the lack of support and commitment for any cybersecurity initiative. 


The buy-in should be from all employees and one of the few ways to achieve this would be to create some kind of “ownership” for every employee in the initiative.


This ownership requirement is met through an organic bottom-up risks heatmap based on agreed predetermined criteria. Focus is provided by the executive team and from these focus areas the action teams will go into a deeper analysis.


Five criteria are measured from the employee’s perspective and the collective answer from their own evaluation will produce certain fortification factors that need to be addressed to create a meaningful resiliency build.


The result of various heatmaps from various critical areas will represent an objective 20/80 action orientated approach, prioritizing the 20% of vulnerabilities that would produce 80/90% of effective resiliency actions.



Professional Problem Solver

Co-author of the KEPNERandFOURIE® Thinking Methodologies

3:40 - 4:10 PM

Panel Discussion

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Moderator: ANTHONY LIM

Fellow, SUSS






4:10 - 4:30 PM

Online Networking

          4:30 PM

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