Manila Series 2020

The Teh Group

November 17, 2020


Cyber Attack Event Manila Series provides the Philippines’ IT executives an opportunity to gather for a day of networking, collaboration, knowledgetransfer through peer-led keynotes, breakouts, panels, and networking sessions.

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Manila-event-speaker-Kae Tiambeng-Arroyo, Sales Director APAC, Darktrace

Kae Tiambeng-Arroyo

Sales Director APAC


Manila-event-speaker-Evan Davidson, Vice President APJ, SentinelOne

Evan Davidson

Vice President APJ


Manila-event-speaker-Mario Luis Castaneda-Philippines Country Manager, Fortinet

Mario Luis Castaneda

Philippines Country Manager


Manila-event-speaker-Matthew Simon, Forensics Consultant, Magnet Forensics

Matthew Simon

Forensics Consultant

Magnet Forensics

Manila-event-speaker-Yang Cao, Regional Director, Anomali

Yang Cao

Regional Director


Manila-event-speaker-Sanket Bhasin, Cyber Security Specialist, CrowdStrike Southeast Asia

Sanket Bhasin

Cyber Security Specialist

CrowdStrike Southeast Asia

Manila-event-speaker-Engr. Jose Carlos Reyes, Director of the DICT Cybersecurity Bereau, Department of Information and Communication Technology

Engr. Jose Carlos Reyes

Director of the DICT Cybersecurity Bereau

Department of Information and Communication Technology

Manila-event-speaker-Francisco Castillo, SVP-CIO, Maynilad Water Services, Inc.

Francisco Castillo


Maynilad Water Services, Inc.

Manila-event-speaker-Kristian Sumabat, Chief Information Officer, Makati Medical Center

Kristian Sumabat

Chief Information Officer

Makati Medical Center

Manila-event-speaker-Manohar Esarapu, Chief Information Officer, City of Port Phillip

Manohar Esarapu

Chief Information Officer

City of Port Phillip

Manila-event-speaker-Stephen P. Cutler PhD, Chief Enterprise Risk and Compliance Officer, OmniPay

Stephen P. Cutler PhD

Stephen P. Cutler PhD, Chief Enterprise Risk and Compliance Officer


Manila-event-speaker-Ian Tan, Chief Technology Officer, Sendiva Logistics Corporation

Ian Tan

Chief Technology Officer

Sendiva Logistics Corporation

Manila-event-speaker-Alex Ustaris, CIO and Head of Shared Services Center, Hijo Group of Companies

Alex Ustaris

CIO and Head of Shared Services Center

Hijo Group of Companies

Manila-event-speaker-Ramon Rivera III, Chief Information Officer, Goldilocks

Ramon Rivera III

Chief Information Officer


Manila-event-speaker-Rogelio Jr. Umali, Chief Technology Officer, FWD Life Insurance Corporation

Rogelio Jr. Umali

Chief Technology Officer

FWD Life Insurance Corporation

Manila-event-speaker-Ricson Singson Que, Senior Director, IT, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde

Ricson Singson Que

Senior Director, IT

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde

Manila-event-speaker-Maria Francesca Montes, Vice President, UnionBank of the Philippines

Maria Francesca Montes

Vice President

UnionBank of the Philippines

Manila-event-speaker-Jason I Brasileno, Vice President – Risk Management & Chief Risk Officer, St Lukes Hospital

Jason I Brasileno

Vice President – Risk Management & Chief Risk Officer

St Lukes Hospital

Manila-event-speaker-Carlo Minassian, Founder, LMNTRIX

Carlo Minassian




Fake News. Data Breach. Phishing. Ransomware. Cryptojacking. AI-Driven Threats.

Malicious attacks and cyber incidents, which are mounting in sophistication, loom the information technology systems that underpin most of the critical and non-critical IT infrastructure in the Philippines.

The need to address the country’s cybersecurity challenges has become extremely significant as we move towards an economy powered by connectivity, big data and the Internet of Things (IoTs). Public sector, large enterprises and even start-ups can no longer invest in obsolete methods of detection and defense and must realise how cyber security impacts their strategy and long-term sustainability.

“The digital economy in the Philippines has the potential to add US $8 billion to the country’s GDP over the next three years. However, Cyber threats and Cyber attacks could obstruct trust and resilience in the digital economy and prevent the nation from realizing its full digital potential.”

While Cyber threats, Cyber attacks and Cyber risks continue to pile up, conclusively the challenge organisations were about to face in 2020 aren’t insurmountable. The crucial aspect of managing them successfully is staying up-to-date with IT security systems understanding probable future threats and pacing back to comprehend big-picture trends that are driving them.

CYBER ATTACK Manila 2020 - Key Focus Events

  • Defending The Philippines in Cyberspace
  • Cloud Threat Surface
  • Strategies Against Privileged Attacks
  • AI and Machine Learning
  • Data Protection
  • Latest Trends in Cyber Attacks
  • Cyber Risk Assessment
  • Components of Cyber Defence Center
  • Cyber Threat Hunting
  • Digital Forensics
  • AI Based Attack
  • Cybersecurity Ratings
  • Diverse Cyber Security Workforce
  • Cyber Security for Digital Transformation
  • Robust Incident Response Plan

Who Will Attend?

  • Administrators
  • Chief Information Security Officers (CISO)
  • Chief Information Officers (CIO)
  • Chief Technology Officers (CTO)
  • IT Directors
  • Cyber Security Heads
  • Senior Executives in Security Network and Information Profiles
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