Anthony is a pioneer of cyber-security and governance in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region, with over 24 years’ professional experience, as a business leader, consultant, advocate, instructor and auditor. His current areas of interest include cloud security, smart cities / nation, application security, policy & audit, operational technology and risk management.
He has held inaugural senior regional executive roles at Check Point, CA and IBM, co-authored an international technical professional certification for cloud security, is a university fellow and an adjunct instructor and module developer for some tertiary academic & professional institutions. He has presented at many government, business, industry and academic seminars, committees and media (print, broadcast, internet).
Business Development, Fabric & SD-WAN, SEAHK, Fortinet
Andrew Moey is responsible for Fortinet's Fabric and SD-WAN Business in SEA & Hong Kong, specifically driving the AI-enabled Security Operations business in the region.
As a seasoned Technologist, Andrew has broad experience across Vendors and Solution Providers to strategize, position and execute Infrastructure and Cybersecurity initiatives in the Telco and Enterprise space.
Director Security Solutions Australia, Fortinet
In his role as Director of Security Solutions Australia, Corne will drive new Advanced Technologies within the Fortinet business. His role is to provide leadership and strategy for technical, pre-sales and support initiatives, and he also works closely with Fortinet customers to assess their risk posture and reduce risk to an acceptable level.
Corne has more than 15 years experience in cybersecurity and delivering cyber-resilient solutions, with a focus on hybrid cloud environments and artificial intelligence. Prior to Fortinet, Corne was responsible for curating the security team at MTN and more recently working in application and data security as part of the Global Solutions Architecture team (APJ) at Imperva. He has also worked at Fortinet previously as a Systems Engineer.
Director, Operational Technology, Asia Pacific, Fortinet
Emmanuel Miranda is the APAC Operational Technology Director at Fortinet, with 20 years of experience in the OT environment and with significant exposure on EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) in the power sector.
At Fortinet, Emmanuel will strategize solutions to address customers concerns and challenges to secure their ICS architectures.
Prior to Fortinet, Emmanuel honed his expertise through past positions in Alstom and General Electric, where he was the Service Director in charge of the power installed base. Emmanuel also held previous roles in Engineering, Project Management, Sales & Services.
Emmanuel started his career in France, then moved to Egypt to commission an Industrial Control System (ICS) for a gas fired power plant, and was also involved in the post-war rehabilitation of a power plant in Kosovo. He then relocated to Dubai for another ICS project in the aluminum smelting industry and later spent four years in India before shifting to Malaysia in 2009, where he is now based in Kuala Lumpur.
Emmanuel holds professional qualifications in Process Automation from ENCPB, Paris 11, University.
Senior Vice President Sales, International Emerging & APJ, Fortinet
As SVP of Sales with 17 years’ experience at Fortinet and 25+ years of international leadership experience in the industry, Joe has the proven ability to build and transform high-performance sales teams, create and manage sales pipeline and create true value proposition. He has helped grow Fortinet since it’s early startup phase to a multi-billion dollar market leader. He has covered many sales role within Fortinet, moving to his present role as Sales SVP in 2014. His focus is on sales team transformation strategies to achieve market share dominance in complex, high value-added cybersecurity solutions, and services, for both enterprise corporates and hyper-growth environments in the EMEA and APAC region. Currently managing sales for International Emerging & Asia Pacific Japan regions for Fortinet with a 1100 strong sales team to help grow the company’s annual revenue. He is also managing the Business Unit and GTM strategy for Operational Technology (OT) within EMEA & APJ.
As a sales leader and international speaker, with a strategic vision, he enjoys meeting regularly with executives and officials to discuss strategies on how cybersecurity can be an essential enabler for economic growth, trust, and stability in the modern digital society. He is a graduate of the Manchester Metropolitan University (UK) with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science and Psychology and holds and a number of management certifications.
General Manager, Southeast Asia, ARC Advisory Group
Bob Gill is responsible for managing ARC Advisory Group’s business operations and market research activities in Southeast Asia. ARC provides technology research, advisory and consulting services to the world’s leading industrial automation and software suppliers as well as to prominent end-user companies in the manufacturing, infrastructure and energy sectors.
Bob’s work experience includes engineering roles at British Aerospace, General Electric Company, and the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech). At GEC in the UK, he was project manager for a factory data collection system which included the successful implementation of the UK's first fieldbus network. In Singapore, he was a member of the SIMTech project team that developed the warehouse control system for Singapore Airlines' first fully automated cargo terminal (T6). The project received the Institute of Engineers Singapore (IES) Prestigious Engineering Award in 2003.
He graduated from the University of Wales (UK) with a BSc in Electronics and an MSc in Manufacturing Systems Engineering, and also holds an MBA from NTU in Singapore. As well as many articles for industry trade publications, he is a contributing author to books including Action Learning Cases in Organisational Behaviour, and Many Ships, One Boat: Expat Tales and Tips.
Head of Security Strategy, Transgrid
Braam has more than 25 years of experience in IT and OT security, working across both Australian and South African organisations. With extensive experience in the financial services, government, and utilities sectors, Braam has a wealth of knowledge in both governance and offensive assessment of cybersecurity infrastructure.
In his current role as the head of security strategy at Transgrid, Braam’s primary focus is working with the cyber and physical security teams, as well as the SCADA team, to assess and validate the effectiveness of Transgrid equipment and its security. In addition, Braam’s role involves strategic assessment of Transgrid for its security trajectory relating to the changing Australian cybersecurity landscape.
Founder & Program Chair, ICS Security Consultant, S4 Events
For over 15 years he has been on the leading/bleeding edge helping security conscious asset owners effectively and efficiently manage risk to their critical assets. He has pioneered numerous ICS security tools and techniques, such as the first intrusion detection signatures for ICS that are now in every commercial product. In 2007 Dale created the S4 Events to showcase the best offensive and defensive work in ICS security and build a community. S4 is now the largest and most advanced ICS event in the world. Dale is constantly pushing and prodding the ICS community to move faster and get better.
Lim Thian Chin
Director, Critical Info Infrastructure Division Division , Cyber Security Agency of Singapore
Thian Chin is leading the Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) Division at the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA). The division is responsible for building the cyber resilience of the Nation’s essential services across 11 CII sectors covering government, utilities, transport and services clusters. His team works with sectoral regulators to strengthen the cyber resilience of CIIs, to promote confidence-building measures and to deepen the public-private partnership between the government and CII stakeholders. Thian Chin also represents Singapore in International and regional cybersecurity forums where he shares his knowledge on CII protection and cybersecurity capability building.
Thian Chin has over 19 years of experience in Information & Technology governance, risk management, resilience and compliance, and Operational Technology cybersecurity. Prior to joining CSA in August 2015, he was responsible for the regional Technology Governance function in United Overseas Bank. He also led the Technology Risk function in GIC from 2008 – 2013. In his earlier years, he was a Manager and had led a team of auditors in Information Technology in Ernst & Young.
Thian Chin holds an Executive Masters (Cybersecurity) with Brown University, a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering from Nanyang Technological University and is an alumnus of the George C Marshall European Center for Security Studies. He is certified as a CGEIT, CDPSE, CRISC, CISM, CISSP, CISA, GICSP and SABSA practitioner.
Maria Carmela T. Migriño
Vice President & Group Chief Information Security Officer, Meralco
Mel is the Vice President and the Group Chief Information Security Officer of Meralco (largest Power Distribution in the Philippines) and its subsidiaries. She has more than 20 years experience in Information Security Management, Privacy, Cyber Security Operations Center, Business Continuity, Risk Management, Disaster Recovery, IT Audit and Project Management. She is also the co-founder of the Philippine Women in Cyber Alliance (PWCA) which focuses on empowering and inspiring women in Security. She was awarded as IFSEC Global Influencer Top 20 on September 2020 under the Security Executives category.
Prior to joining Meralco, she was the Vice President for Information Security, Privacy and Enterprise Risk Management of the largest Fintech Company wherein she established the compliance program on Data Privacy and led the strategy for application and infrastructure security. She led the development of the Security Operations Center and spearheaded the Enterprise Risk Management Framework and initiatives. Also, she served as the Cyber Security Director of Deloitte Philippines where she led Technology Risk Management Projects servicing clients within Southeast Asia. Further, she expanded the cyber security capability in the Philippines and increased the foot print of the firm in the local market by establishing strategic partnerships in the Philippines and within Asia Pacific.
M. Yousuf Faisal
Senior Manager - APAC, Emerging Technology IT & OT Cyber Security Solutions, NTT
Yousuf is a Senior Manager APAC, IT/OT Emerging Technology Cybersecurity solutions, part of NTT - Security Division, leading presales, solutioning and advisory services delivery for OT/IOT Cyber Security engagements for the APAC region, with special focus on OT/IOT/IIOT security, WhiteHat Security AST Solutions (part of DevSecOps), and hybrid Next-Gen SOC consulting and others cybersecurity areas.
With 20 years of successful industry experience in IT & OT related Cyber Security advisory / consulting; leading several IT & OT GRC type enterprise cybersecurity assessments, regulatory compliance reviews, ISO 27001 (gap analysis / cyber security assessments / remediation), PCI DSS (gap analysis / remediation / certification audits) & IT audits, CSIRT, SIEM, SOC & MSSP evaluation and reviews, infrastructure design & implementation, awareness trainings, secure infrastructure, vulnerability assessment, penetration testing and digital forensics projects. Have experience working with organizations of all sizes and across multiple industry sectors, including power/utility (critical infrastructure), manufacturing (food & beverages, automotive, chemicals, sugar, fibre, textile, plastic & others), financial services industries, mobile & telecom operators, hospitality & gaming sector, retail, media, healthcare industries, mobile POS, professional services and law firms throughout APAC region.
GICSP, CISSP, CISM, CISA, ISO 27001 Lead Auditor, Claroty / Nozomi / CyberX Certified, ex-PCI QSA.