Attacks on corporations and their leadership often take the form of weaponised information attacks in the media. These communications often fall on the heads of corporate communicators. But, in fact, it goes deeper than the job scope and paygrade of communications teams. The importance of understanding these advanced business threats now falls on the shoulders of board members and C-suites.
Critical questions we will confront during the discussion are:
- How to cascade effective strategy and policy into actionable projects that drive digital resilience.
- The interconnectedness of strategy and policy, and how to tackle the gaps in organisations or frameworks that could lead to a crisis.
- How to recover from a crisis that played in the media or social media.
Join us in this exclusive roundtable as we discuss ways to address weaponised information in the media and how business leaders can mitigate the threats that could lead to a crisis.
“Understanding the Anatomy of a Cyberattack Weaponised in the Media” by Nordin Abdullah, Founding Chairman, Malaysia Global Business Forum
Datuk Ahirudin Attan, President, National Press Club
Anwer Yusoff, Head of Department – Cyber Security Industry Engagement and Collaboration, CyberSecurity Malaysia
Dr. Kavitha Muthy, Chief Strategy Officer, Intellize Tech Services
Amitabh Srivastava, Practice Director (Cyber Security) and CISO, Abyres Holdings Sdn Bhd
Vicks Kanagasingam, Chief Executive Officer, Censof Digital
Ruzanna Muhammad, Editor-at-Large, News Hub Asia
“Reducing Cyber Threats through Effective Resource Allocation” by Murugason R. Thangaratnam LL.B. (Bond Uni), CCSMS, CCSP, CDSP, CDTP, Executive Chairman at Advanced Security Network Sdn Bhd
|12:30pm||Closed-Door Discussion and Lunch|
Details of the roundtable are as follows:
|Date:||Thursday, 24 February 2022|
|Time:||11:00am – 2:30pm|
|Venue:||Hilton Kuala Lumpur|
|Fee:||Government – RM680 per pax|
|Corporate – RM980 per pax|
This exclusive roundtable discussion is limited to 20 participants to ensure a safe and conducive environment for all attendees. Held under the Chatham House Rule to ensure open discussions can be conducted in a mutually respected manner. All ﬁndings, comments and resolutions will be submitted in a report to the relevant ministries to drive the agenda forward. Opinions and suggestions used will be on an anonymous basis or with the expressed permission of the participant.