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Fireside Chat Series #5 | Think out of the box: Innovate for survival against Advanced Cyber Threats
Event Press Release 12/01/2016

Fireside Chat Series #5 Think out of the box: Innovate for survival against Advanced Cyber Threats

SINGAPORE, Jan. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — With the proliferation of the Internet comes the threat of data breaches by cyber attackers. Not only are governments at risk, but also businesses of all sizes. Two major firms in the fields of cyber-security and enterprise infrastructure and applications are about to make a partnership announcement at an upcoming press conference in Jakarta, Indonesia at the Le Meridien Hotel on January 12, 2016. Singapore’s ARIM Technologies Announces Partnership with Intech Indonesia Security breaches have become all too common, compromising some of the largest corporations in the world despite controls in place. Intech’s vast experience in the software and infrastructure consulting business combined with ARIM’s cyber expertise makes a holistic MSSP partnership. This strategic partnership will not only bring sorely needed cyber security expertise to a market with one of the highest rate of cyber attacks, but also introduce global innovations to deal with the evolving cyber threats landscape. Clients will be able to focus on their core business while leaving the management of their cyber security controls and programs to the professionals. “We realised that the cyber threat issues in Indonesia can be detrimental to the local enterprises’ growth plans,” says Ivan Goh, CEO and Co-Founder of ARIM Technologies. “But we have also seen for ourselves the lucrative potential on offer in the country. Our goals are to bring much needed cyber expertise to the Indonesian market, and to introduce innovative technologies to deal with the evolving cyber threats landscape. Partnering with Intech Indonesia provides the perfect platform to achieve these goals, allowing local enterprises to focus on their growth plans without worrying about the detrimental consequences of cyber attacks.” Intech’s Managing Director, Mei Sen, says, “The company is excited to be working with ARIM. With the growing and evolving cyber threats landscape, there’s a definite need for cyber expertise in Indonesia. We believe that ARIM has the expertise and the right technologies to help Indonesian enterprises. Combining our local knowledge and experience in the software markets with ARIM’s cyber expertise will allow us the opportunity to make a difference to the safety of the online economy across Indonesia.” ARIM Technologies specialises in launching innovative start-ups onto the Asian market. Combining their expert knowledge of the Asian Pacific region with a deep understanding of technological products and solutions, the result is an ability to market businesses in some of the most challenging climates in the world. Since forming in 2000, Intech Indonesia has established itself as a leading Enterprise IT Solutions and Services Provider, partnering with customer organisations to help plan, build, manage and support their infrastructure, security and application requirements. This article was originally posted at Yahoo Finance. Register for interest to become a part of our Fireside Chat community and receive an invitation for the upcoming events at [email protected] ...

Fireside Chat Series #4 | Let’s Get Technical: Malware & Advanced Targeted Attacks Workshop Round 2 – Hong Kong
Event Press Release 03/12/2015

Fireside Chat Series #4 Let’s Get Technical: Malware & Advanced Targeted Attacks Workshop Round 2 – Hong Kong

In response to overwhelming interests in our Malware & Advanced Targeted Attacks Workshop (Singapore) in September 2015, we have decided to extend the workshop to participants in Hong Kong and Macau! Partnering with e-Cop HK, Malware & Targeted Attacks Workshop Round 2 took place in Harbour Plaza North Point, Hong Kong, on the 3rd of December 2015. We are highly honored to have Israeli Cyber Security Experts from enSilo, who were previously featured on Dark Reading, Forbes, Security Week etc., join us as guest speakers for the workshop. Participants were given hands-on opportunities to learn about malware, advanced code injection techniques (as presented in Black Hat Vegas 2015), OS vulnerabilities, and even engage in a hands-on mini-workshop dissecting malware. Let’s Get Technical: Malware & Advanced Targeted Attacks Workshop Round 2 – Hong Kong In the keynote session, Roy Katmor (CEO & Co-Founder of enSilo), an authoritative figure in cyber-security, shared his past and present experiences in addressing cyber-threats. He presented innovative approaches against advanced attacks and strategies dealing with trending cyber security issues from both technological and business perspectives. The CTO & Co-Founder of enSilo, Udi Yavo, demonstrated advanced techniques in detecting windows kernel vulnerabilities that are becoming commonly used by threat actors to carry out their attacks while Tomer Bitton, VP Research & Co-Founder of enSilo, exposed additional new user-and kernel-mode injection techniques. One of these techniques was coined “code-less code injection” since, as opposed to other known injection techniques, this technique does not require adding code to the injected process. After the break, Bitton carried on with a hands-on mini-workshop dissecting malware; answering questions like “how do they bypass security solutions and Windows’ built-in mitigations?”, “What is a non-encrypting ransomware?”. The event closed with an interactive session filled with technical debates and discussions around interesting and controversial issues facing the Cyber Security community.   Register for interest to become a part of our Fireside Chat community and receive an invitation for the upcoming events at [email protected] ...

Fireside Chat Series #3 | Let’s Get Technical – Malware and Advanced Targeted Attacks Workshop
Event Press Release 29/09/2015

Fireside Chat Series #3 Let’s Get Technical – Malware and Advanced Targeted Attacks Workshop

enSilo, a cyber-security company providing a real-time data exfiltration prevention platform, hosted a Malware & Advanced Targeted Attacks Workshop in Singapore. The workshop was jointly presented by enSilo and ARIM Technologies in response to the increasing risk of advanced cyber-security attacks on Asian corporations and organizations. According to the 2015 Asia Pacific (APAC) Cyber Impact Report, 44% of business respondents in the Asia-Pacific region expect cyber risk exposure to increase in the next two years. “The frequency, severity and cost of cyber-attacks is increasing worldwide and companies in the Asia Pacific region are not immune to this global cyber-threat,” noted enSilo CEO Roy Katmor, “The growing amount of incidents requires more measures and knowledge. That’s exactly what we addressed in this workshop – not only what cyber threats corporations and organizations should be aware of, but also the technical know-how they need to properly address trending and emerging cyber-threats.” enSilo came out of stealth mode in March, 2015 and recently announced a $10 million Series A funding round from Lightspeed Venture Partners and Carmel Ventures. The company is changing the paradigm of cyber-security by operating under the assumption that external threat actors cannot be prevented from infiltrating networks, instead focusing on preventing the exfiltration and ransoming of critical data in the event of a cyber-attack. With enSilo’s unique virtual patching technique which only blocks malicious outbound communications, employees are able to continue with work as usual on compromised devices while the attack is being resolved. The workshop was led by seasoned veterans in the cyber-security space, including three founders of enSilo – Roy Katmor (CEO),Udi Yavo (CTO), Tomer Bitton (VP Research) – as well as Ivan Goh (CEO and Co-Founder of ARIM Technologies) and Liad Mizrachi (Malware and Cyber Security Expert for ARIM Technologies). The event included a range of technical discussions and a hands-on session focusing on malware forensics in order to equip attendees with the skills, know-how and information to better prepare their businesses against the growing threat of cyber-attacks. Spots for the workshop filled up within 48 hours – a testament to the growing awareness of the need for sophisticated and robust protection against cyber-attacks in the Asia-Pacific region. “Cyber-attackers are continuously coming up with new and increasingly creative attack methods, and without the opportunity to learn about new technologies to help cope with evolving cyber threats, Asian organizations are at risk of being compromised,” noted ARIM Technologies CEO Ivan Goh. “The consistent feedback that I have received through engagements with Asia-Pacific organizations is that there is a growing need for resources, knowledge and technologies to deal with advanced attacks. During this workshop, we shared both our knowledge on new attack methods as well as new technologies.” This article was originally posted at Yahoo Finance. Register for interest to become a part of our Fireside Chat community and receive an invitation for the upcoming events at [email protected] ...

Fireside Chat Series #2 | Next Gen CIO/CISO –  Innovate for survival against Cyber Threats
Event Press Release 28/08/2015

Fireside Chat Series #2 Next Gen CIO/CISO – Innovate for survival against Cyber Threats

For our Fireside Chat Series #2 event, we are honored to have Roy Katmor, CEO & Co-Founder of enSilo, and ARIM’s advisory board members share their opinions, insights, and experience. The event was hosted at The Singapore Turf Club on the 28th of August 2015. Next Gen CIO/CISO – Innovate for survival against Cyber Threats The event featured thought-provoking discussions about the challenges faced by CIOs, CISOs and security leaders in the face of advanced targeted attacks. In the evening, members took the opportunity to interact and share ideas with our panelists, speakers and industry leaders over dinner and drinks. All of this networking took place against the backdrop of a spirited and enjoyable live race event at The Singapore Turf Club. Speakers, Panelists & Moderator The event kicked off with a welcome note by Ivan Goh, CEO and Co-Founder of ARIM Technologies; after which Roy Katmor, CEO and Co-Founder of enSilo, presented the keynote speeches. Entitled ‘There is no perfect cyber-security solution, have we lost the game?’ and ‘Virtual Patching against Advanced Targeted Attacks, Yes it does exist!’ These interesting and insightful presentations were well received by all our members and sparked a number of interesting conversations. Our guests and panelist speakers were then invited to participate in a discussion on the challenges faced by CIOs, CISOs and security leaders in the face of increasing advanced targeted attacks. The panel discussion on the topic of ‘Evolution From Security to Cyber-risk Management’ was led by our panelist speakers Ian Guy Gillard, Executive Vice President of Bangkok Bank PCL, Michael Smith, CTO Asia Pacific of Akamai, and Roy Katmor. The panel discussion was moderated by Ivan, who oversaw a no–holds–barred, thought-provoking discussion. After a day of spirited debate and discussion, the evening was filled with a more light-hearted atmosphere. Members and panelist speakers from the various industries met over drinks before we close the evening with a dinner buffet and a fun filled live race event at The Singapore Turf Club.   Register for interest to become a part of our Fireside Chat community and receive an invitation for the upcoming events at [email protected] ...

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