Steven Sim, Vice President at ISACA Singapore Chapter, delivered a workshop around “Future-proofing against Emerging Cyber-Physical Threats”
With the advent of industrialization 4.0, the lines between cyber and physical continue to blur and this has become unavoidable. Against the gloom backdrop of an increasingly sophisticated threat landscape, re-alignment of security posture maturity is imperative. Threats especially the more recent NotPetya was a rude shout out that cyber resilience is ever more key to ensuring business continuity. During this session, Steven shared practical tips on protecting against such cyber-physical threats in a holistic manner.
ABOUT STEVEN SIM
Steven Sim drove information security initiatives, developed security standards, risk managed security threats, performed vulnerability research, promoted security awareness for Singapore and also led PSA Group’s IT Security Centre of Expertise to franchise best practices to other PSA terminals around the globe. He holds a Masters in Computing and is a certified CCISO, CGEIT, CRISC, CISM, CISA and CISSP. He also held certifications in industrial control security, malware analysis, incident handling, perimeter protection and audit. During his career, he developed a strategy for inexpensive automated containment of infected/vulnerable systems presented at FIRST conference aiding an NIQC gold win. Steven has also undertaken roles with various security associations including ISACA and SCS. At one point, he directed the setup of the largest honeynet project outside US. He is a Singapore SkillsFuture fellow and was a finalist for the Leaders category in the Inaugural The Cybersecurity Awards 2018 held in Singapore.