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Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Infosecurity World Exhibition, KL 2012

Refer to 'Malaysia Technology News'.

Infosecurity World Exhibition & Conference 2012 (ISWec 2012), Asia’s pioneering information security trade show and conference is all set to take place at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) from 21 – 22 March, 2012

Some of the key highlights of Infosecurity World Exhibition & Conference 2012 include:-
  • Strong trade focus: connecting business owners with buyers
  • Expanded trade mart and business showcases
  • Extensive Networking Opportunities: business matching sessions encourage quality interactions between buyers and sellers
Among keynote speakers from information security industry for the conference session at InfoSec Asia 2012:
  • Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ridza Wahidin, Associate Scientist, MIMOS Berhad, Malaysia
  • Mike Usher, Director of Information Risk Asia, Prudential Services Asia, Malaysia
  • Philip Victor, Director Centre for Policy & International Cooperation, International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT)
  • Theo Nassiokas, Head of Information Security & Technology Risk-APAC, Europe & America, ANZ Banking Group Ltd, Singapore
  • Nahil Mahmood, President, Cloud Security Alliance, Pakistan
ISWec 2012 will be divided into three components to distinctively cater visitors’ field of expertise:-
  • Data Storage Showcase 2012 – To feature essential data storage solutions against current trends such as Primary storage data reduction, multi-level cell (MLC) flash, Network File System (NFS) as well as trends of 2012 and its predictions for 2013.
  • Cloud Computing Showcase 2012 – To feature top cloud computing technology providers with latest cloud services, applications and platforms in leveraging the Cloud to maximize performance, minimize cost and improve the scalability of IT infrastructure.
  • Software Development Showcase 2012 – To showcase top innovators and leaders in multiple software development industry areas with latest research, new development, prototyping, modification, reuse and re-engineering software.

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