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On the 1st of December 2016,  the Financial Services Committee together with the ICT Committee have the pleasure of hosting a session on:

How Can Corporates and Financial Institutions Fight Cybercrimes Together“.

 

For a special session, EuroCham brings together expert practitioners from the Private sector and law enforcement in order to provide attendees with practical insights and raise awareness on how to foster collaboration between industry and government. How can government and industry work together to respond to these threats? 

Main issues to be addressed during the session include the ongoing research into the key technology and industry cybersecurity challenges to be expected and how cyber-security measures can be taken in our interconnected world. In particular, panelists will address the need to be secured and explore the ecosystem and infrastructure in place and what are some of the common high crimes investigated by Singapore Police Force?

 

Aiming at raising awareness, the session will explore finding best ways to achieve cross regulatory collaboration and how can EuroCham be a key facilitator in such an environment. 

 

Mr. Boon-Hiong Chan, Vice Chairman of the Financial Services Committee and Head of Market Advocacy at Deutsche Bank AG Singapore, will be the moderator in this discussion.

Guest Speakers:

CONNIE SEEK, SUPERINENDENT OF POLICE
Head (Technology Crime Policy Branch) Technology Crime Division, CID, SPF

As the Head of Technology Crime Policy Branch, SUPT Seek has to oversee and coordinate the research, training, policy, crime prevention and liaison work plans and projects undertaken by the Technology Crime Division at SPF regionally and internationally.

SUPT Seek joined the Singapore Police Force (SPF) in 2001 after graduating from the Nanyang Technological University. After serving her foundation postings at Tanglin Division and Central Division, she joined the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) as an Operations Officer (Development) dealing with contingency planning.
In 2008, she was posted to the Technology Crime Forensic Branch as an OC Team, where she oversees a team of 16 technology crime forensic examiners. During this period, she also undertakes forensic examination for sensitive cases.
In 2015, she assumed her current post as Head of Technology Crime Policy Branch

DHEERAJ CHANWANI, THALES

 Business Manager, Cyber Security

Dheeraj is the Business Manager for Cyber Security at Thales Solutions Asia, based in Singapore. He manages Thales’ cyber security business in Singapore. An executive with over 11years of experience working in the IT, Banking & Financial Services and Travel sectors, Dheeraj has been promoting a diverse range of Information Security products and services across different verticals. He has advocated the use of innovative technologies to a range of multinationals in Asia Pacific, Africa and Middle East. Dheeraj is representing Thales in Singapore’s IOT standards working group committee, chaired by GovTech and IMDA (Info communications Media Development Authority) to support the standardization of IOT devices for Singapore smart city platforms. Prior to joining Thales, Dheeraj was Technology Sales at American Express for regional travel technology solutions. He has also worked in Oracle Financial Services as Technology Consultant promoting channel banking technologies. He started his career as Assistant Manager as HDFC Bank, India where he was responsible for marketing payment technology solutions to enterprises. Dheeraj obtained his MBA from S. P. Jain Center of Management, Singapore and has an engineering degree in Information Technology from University of Pune, India.

KESHAV S DHAKAD, MICROSOFT ASIA    
Regional director, Digital Crimes Unit (DCU)

Keshav Dhakad serves as the Assistant General Counsel & Regional Director of Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit (DCU), Asia region, as part of Corporate, External & Legal Affairs (CELA), based out of Singapore. In his regional role, Keshav supervises the initiatives, programs and strategies in the Asia region related to cybercrime & cybersecurity awareness, outreach & policy, malicious software crime disruption through public-private partnership, cyber-threat intelligence sharing and collaboration, trusted public cloud advocacy, intellectual property law & policy, prevention of child sexual abuse, and digital risk program.

Keshav joined Microsoft in 2007 in India, where he was a Director & Senior Attorney for its intellectual property department, based out of New Delhi. Prior to Microsoft, he was a partner at the premier intellectual property law firm of Anand & Anand Advocates, New Delhi, handling the firm’s IT & E-Commerce related litigation matters.

 

Keshav is also a licensed attorney for the State of New York, USA and has an extensive speaking experience on the topics of IT governance, cybercrime, cybersecurity, trusted cloud, IP crimes and related subject matters across the Asia region.

BENOIT GODART, EUROPOL

EUROPOL Liaison Officer to the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation, and Attaché to the European Union Delegation to Singapore

“Mr. Godart is the first appointed Europol Liaison Officer to the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation, starting his secondment on 2 August 2015. Before this, as team leader of Outreach and Support, he was responsible for the Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) external relationships with Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), Private Sector, academia and civil society organisations, as well as EC3 engagement with public media. His previous posts at Europol have included: strategic coordination and operational cooperation between Europol and INTERPOL in preventing and fighting organised crime and terrorism; combating counterfeiting & internet piracy including the creation and the development of Europol’s operational project on Intellectual Property Crime, which combines actions engaged by LEAs in partnership with Industry. Mr Godart holds the rank of Director of Customs Services in France. Before joining Europol in 2005, he held senior positions in numerous high profile roles. As Chief Superintendent, he was the Head of Customs in a French territorial department ensuring the implementation of European and national priorities related to border management including enforcement, compliance and facilitation. As the Head of Investigations within the National Investigation Service (DNRED), Mr Godart led dedicated units performing special police techniques in the fight against various crime fields.”

 

This meeting is for EuroCham Members only.

Should you be interested in attending, please contact the Policy & Corporate Affairs Manager, Mr Yiannis Korkovelos at yiannis.korkovelos@eurocham.org.sg