e-Crime & information security News


Why attend

As usual the conference provided a lot of value, both in terms of content and networking. The presentations are short and to the point, and are not vendor biased.

Manager Cyber Security, Telenet

e-Crime Hong Kong gives information security practitioners a great opportunity to present and share inspiring ideas and real life practice in the event, it gives a different perspective from normal technology presentation. I hope we can convene again in e-Crime Hong Kong next year.

Information Security Manager, Ageas

The presenters provided up-to-date market information and development of the fraud and information security risk business. It enables us to think ahead and cope with the rapid change in the industry, or at least not to be left behind.

Senior Fraud Prevention Manager, HSBC

I found the event to be very well organized with lots of networking opportunities and interesting products relevant to the Asia Pacific and Singapore business environment. The succinct and engaging presentations on varied topics were also very refreshing.

Managing Director, BNYMellon

The event was well designed with all the major topics, content which effects today's market. The speakers was effective in presenting and sharing the knowledge. It was also great place to meet our peer network leaders with same ideas and approach towards cyber security. Overall e-Crime Singapore conference was excellent.

AVP, Citigroup

The conference was insightful from both technical and business perspective. The topics are relevant to present risks and threats. And very importantly, the IDA was there to present on the Cyber Security Masterplan laid in place by the government for the country.

VP - Risk Management, Citigroup

It is more than just a conference or networking session. It is a get-together to share knowledge, to participate in solving problems, to understand the importance of security.

Manager - Contracts Management, Business Operations, Sony

After attending e-crime Information security in Singapore, I have realized that this is a useful, informative and beneficial to the awareness in the Info security domain. This seminar helped me get to know the awareness required in Cyber crime much more in depth.

I.T. Security Officer, Total Oil
Why Sponsor

I would like to thank you for the successful , well organized event , and the opportunity to speak and give the educational seminar about the new innovative solution released from Qualys about Continuous monitoring.
Technical Account Manager – Middle East, Qualys

e-Crime Singapore was a genuinely great event with a lot of interested attendees and great opportunities – we hope to explore future e-Crime Congress events next year.
Marketing Manager, Absolute Software

I would like to take this opportunity and thank e-Crime team on a great, successful event in Singapore. With this kind of event across the globe, our company and products have much better chances to penetrate the local markets.
Product Marketing Manager, ARCON

Congratulations to AKJ Associates on a successful first edition of eCrime in Singapore. Knowledgeable speakers, engaging content and the high quality delegates!
VP Marketing, Email Fraud Protection, Return Path

The inaugural e-crime Singapore conference was a great success. Organised and run with the usual AKJ friendliness and efficiency, we were very happy to have supported and will be pleased to attend again.
Managing Director, International Sales, PhishMe
About e-Crime and information security Hong Kong
Recognised in Europe, the Middle East and Asia as the leading platform for sharing strategic, operational and tactical knowledge, the e-Crime and information security series unites the most senior information security professionals representing global business, government, the military and law enforcement agencies. The forum has gone from strength to strength over the past thirteen years and will now convene in Hong Kong due to overwhelming demand. The conference is carefully designed to provide ample networking opportunities affording the information security community an opportunity to discuss industry developments in an invitation-only environment.
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Key Themes include:
Understanding cyber risks and business priorities to enable commercial initiatives while meeting multiple regulations
Increasing security awareness through out the organisation to reduce the chance of malicious and accidental employee incidents
Collaborating within the cyber community to safeguard cyberspace and enable cross-border prosecutions
Optimising real time threat intelligence to reduce the impact of critical weaknesses across systems and databases
Responding effectively when incidents occur to minimise the impact of a breach and maintain brand reputation

More about the event....
This event welcomes senior decision makers including heads and directors of:  
Group IT
Information/IT Security
Fraud prevention
Technology & Operational Risk
Regulatory Compliance
Financial Crime Prevention
Financial Intelligence
Group Security
Digital Forensics
Business Continuity

From industries that include:

Banking & Insurance
Real Estate
Telecoms & ISPs
Law Enforcement Agencies
Intelligence Agencies
Transport and Logistics


Florian-Alexandre Bielak
Vice President, Operational Risk Manager
Information Technology & Information Security 
Société Générale

Prof Wanbil W Lee
The Computer Ethics Society

Minhaj Syed
AVP, Group Information Security
FWD Group

Kelvin Lam
Head of Information Risk Management Strategy and Planning
Asia Information Risk Management

Joe Chan
Superintendent of Police
Hong Kong Police Force

Ricky Tang
Head of Information Security & Risk Control
Fubon Bank

Paul Nichols
Independent ICT Transformation Advisor 

Chia Ling Koh
Bird & Bird LLP

Simon Moores, Vice President
Conservative Technology Forum

Theo Noel
Regional Director, APAC
Return Path 

Daren Glenister
Field CTO

Organisations attending
Companies expected to attend this conference, that are based in Hong Kong, include:
AIA Group, Bank of China, Bank of East Asia, Beijing Enterprises, Belle International, Cathay Pacific Airways, Cheung Kong, China Agri-Industries, China Construction Bank, China Merchants, China Mobile, China Resources Enterprise, China Resources Land, China Resources Power, China Taiping Insurance, China Unicom, Chinese Estates, Chiyu Banking Corporation, Chong Hing Bank, Chow Tai Fook, Citibank, CITIC Bank International, Citic Pacific, CLP, Cnooc, Dah Sing Bank, DBS Bank, First Pacific, Fubon Bank, Galaxy Entertainment, Hang Lung Group, Hang Seng Bank Ltd, Henderson Land, Hong Kong & China Gas, Hong Kong Exchanges, Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, Hutchinson Whampoa, Hysan Development, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Jardine Matheson, Li & Fung, Link REIT, Meico Crown Entertainment, MEVAS Bank, Michael Kors, MTR, Nanyang Commercial Bank, New World Development, Noble Group, OCBC Wing Hang Bank, Poly Property Group, Power Assets, Public Bank, Shanghai Commercial Bank, Shanghai Industrial, Shangri-La Asia, Sino Land, SJM, Standard Chartered Bank, Sun Hung Kai Properties, Swire Pacific, Tai Sang Bank, Tai Yau Bank, TPV Technology, VP Wealth Management, Wheelock & Co, Wing Hang Bank, Wing Lung Bank...

Thousands of organisations have attended e-Crime & information security meetings around the world. They include:

Adidas, Adobe, Air France-KLM, Allen & Overy LLP, Amazon, American Express, AT&T, Atos, Australian Federal Police, AXA, Babcock International Group, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, Balfour Beatty, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bank of Ireland, Barclays, BBC, Belgian Federal Police, Bit9, Blue Coat Systems, BNP Paribas, BP, British American Tobacco, British Sky Broadcasting, BT, Capita, Carrefour, Central Bank of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Chinese Embassy, Cisco, Citigroup, City of London Police, Coca-Cola, Commerzbank, Crédit Agricole, Cyber Crime Unit New Zealand, Cyprus Police, DB Schenker, Dell SecureWorks, Deloitte & Touche, Deutsche Telekom, DHL, Du, DuPont, Dutch National Crime Squad, eBay, EDF Energy, EMC, Emirates Airlines, Estee Lauder, European Bank for Reconstruction & Development, European Central Bank, European Commission, Europol, Experian, EY, Facebook, FBI, FedEx, Ferrari, Fidelity International, FireEye, Ford Motor Company, Fujitsu, GazpromBank, GE Capital, German Federal Police, Goldman Sachs, Google, H&M, HDFC, Heinz, Hilton Worldwide, Hiscox, Hi-Tech Crime Unit - Cuba, HP Enterprise Security, HSBC, IBM, ICICI Bank, Ikea, Indonesian Embassy, ING, Intel Corporation, Italian State Police, JP Morgan Chase, Kaspersky Lab, Korean National Police Agency, KPMG, L'Oréal, Lloyd's of London, Lloyds Banking Group, London Stock Exchange, Mandiant, MasterCard, McDonald's, Microsoft, Ministry of Defense - Colombia, Ministry of Interior - Bulgaria, Ministry of Interior UAE, Ministry of Justice - Georgia, Ministry of Public Security Vietnam, Monetary Authority Of Singapore, Morgan Stanley, MTV , National Australia Bank Group, National Crime Agency, NHS, Nintendo, Nokia, Oracle, Palo Alto Networks, Panasonic, PayPal, Petrofac, Philippine National Police, Philips, Qualys, Rank Group, Raytheon, Reliance Group, Rexam, Robert Bosch, Rolls-Royce, Royal Bank of Scotland, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Royal Malaysian Police, RSA, Russian Federation Foreign Office, RussoBank, Saab Group, Samsung, Santander, SAP, SAS, Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, Schroders, Shell, Siemens, Skype, Société Générale, Sony, Sophos, South African Police Service, Standard Chartered Bank, Staples, State Bank of India, Swisscom, Symantec, Tata , Thales, The Walt Disney Company, Transport for London, Trend Micro, Trustwave, TUI Travel, Turkish National Police Academy, UBS, Unilever, Unisys, United Bank for Africa, University of Westminster, US Secret Service, Verizon Business, Virgin Group, Visa, Volkswagen, Wipro, WorldPay etc