Top Cybersecurity Experts to Convene at Kuwait’s Premier Cybersecurity Event

The cybersecurity landscape is evolving at an unprecedented pace, with new threats and challenges emerging every day. To address these pressing concerns and foster collaboration among industry leaders, professionals, and enthusiasts, we are delighted to announce the inaugural edition of “Cyber Revolution Summit”. This groundbreaking conference will bring together the best minds in the field to explore innovative strategies, cutting-edge technologies, and industry best practices.

Cyber Revolution Summit is scheduled to take place on 12th & 13th September at the Millennium Hotel & Convention Centre in Kuwait. This summit will serve as a platform for industry leaders, experts, and cybersecurity enthusiasts to engage in thought-provoking discussions, gain valuable insights, and forge connections that will shape the future of cybersecurity.

Featured Speakers:
1. Dr. Shaheela Banu Abdul Majeed, Chief Information Security Officer at Kuwait Gulf Oil Company
2. Dr. Rajesh Gupta, Chief Innovation Office at Taiba Hospital Kuwait
3. Mohamed El-Demery, Cyber Security Senior Consultant at Kuwait Oil Company
4. Dhaval Thakkar, Chief Information Officer at Alyasra Group Kuwait
5. Rushdhi Mohamed, Acting Head of Information Security Unit at The Industrial Bank of Kuwait

Highlights of Cyber Revolution Summit Kuwait 2023: Inspiring Keynote Speakers, Dynamic Panel Discussions, Technology Showcase, Investor Connect & Networking Opportunities

Attendees Profile: Chief Information Security Officer, Head of Cybersecurity, Chief Information Officer, Head of IT, Head of Threat Management, Cybersecurity Analyst, Cybersecurity Senior Engineers, Chief Technology Officer, Head of Vulnerability Management, Heads of Cybercrime, Digital Forensics, Head of Network Security, Head of Cloud & Data Security, Head of Telecom Network and Head of Risk & Governance.

Early bird registrations for Cyber Revolution Summit Kuwait 2023 are now open, with limited spots available. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of the premier cybersecurity event in Kuwait. For more information and to register, please visit

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Japan – NEC to train cybersecurity personnel for ASEAN member countries

NEC Corporation (TSE: 6701) has been contracted by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) through NEC Corporation (Thailand) Ltd. (NEC Thailand) to conduct exercises with the ASEAN-Japan Cybersecurity Capacity Building Centre (AJCCBC) in order to develop cybersecurity human resources for ASEAN member countries.

NEC, in collaboration with NEC Thailand and NEC Asia Pacific, will hold a variety of hands-on cybersecurity exercises with the AJCCBC, including recovery measures against cyberattacks, and incident response exercises for personnel from governments and critical infrastructure companies based in ASEAN member countries. These exercises will be held four times in Bangkok, Thailand, by December 2023.

Moreover, new exercises will also be provided for trainers, aiming for them to conduct local exercises independently in the future.

In recent years, technologies and methods have been rapidly evolving, and damage caused by cyberattacks has been expanding on a global scale. However, there is a global shortage of cybersecurity personnel, making the development of human resources and capacity building an important issue.

Against this backdrop, Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) opened the AJCCBC in September 2018 as part of the “Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund 2.0” (JAIF 2.0), a project to develop cybersecurity human resources in ASEAN countries. From 2023, which marks the 50th anniversary of ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation, JICA will start cooperating with the ASEAN Secretariat to strengthen the operation of the Centre and further develop it upon request from the ASEAN Secretariat.

NEC has provided training environments since the opening of the AJCCBC and has contributed to cybersecurity human resource development in the ASEAN region by holding 24 exercises through 2022. Going forward, NEC will continue to contribute to the improvement of cybersecurity capabilities through cyber defense exercises and the provision of products and services to government agencies and critical infrastructure companies throughout the world.

About NEC Corporation

NEC Corporation has established itself as a leader in the integration of IT and network technologies while promoting the brand statement of “Orchestrating a brighter world.” NEC enables businesses and communities to adapt to rapid changes taking place in both society and the market as it provides for the social values of safety, security, fairness and efficiency to promote a more sustainable world where everyone has the chance to reach their full potential. For more information, visit NEC at

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Centre For Cybersecurity Partners with SharePass to Enhance Secure Communication with Students

 About SharePass:
SharePass is a leading provider of secure communication solutions designed to protect sensitive information and ensure data privacy. With its advanced encryption and privacy features, SharePass empowers organisations to securely share and communicate confidential information while maintaining complete control over their data. By leveraging cutting-edge technologies and user-friendly interfaces, SharePass offers a seamless and secure communication experience across multiple platforms and devices.

About the Centre For Cybersecurity (CFC):
CFC is a renowned institution in Singapore specialising in cybersecurity education and research. With a strong commitment to addressing the growing challenges in the digital realm, CFC plays a pivotal role in equipping individuals and organisations with the necessary knowledge and skills to combat cyber threats. As a leading authority in cybersecurity, CFC is dedicated to promoting cybersecurity awareness, fostering best practices, and driving innovation in the field.

With the increasing importance of cybersecurity and the need to safeguard sensitive data, CFC recognises the value of a robust and reliable communication solution. SharePass offers one-click AES industry encryption and privacy features that align perfectly with CFC’s commitment to maintaining the highest data protection standards.

By leveraging SharePass, CFC can securely collect PII from their students, ensuring that sensitive information remains confidential. The platform’s innovative features, including embedded encryption and user-controlled data expiration, provide an additional layer of security, preventing unauthorised access and minimising the risk of data leaks.

One of the key benefits of SharePass is its user-friendly interface, allowing CFC and its students to navigate and utilise the platform seamlessly. SharePass supports various devices, enabling secure communication across various platforms, including desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. This flexibility ensures that students can access their information securely, regardless of their preferred device or location.

Additionally, SharePass integrates advanced authentication methods, including support for YubiKeys, further enhancing communications security between CFC and its students. YubiKeys protect against unauthorised access and ensure that only authorised individuals can access the shared information.

The partnership between CFC and SharePass reinforces the commitment of both organisations to prioritise data security and privacy. By leveraging SharePass’s secure communication platform, CFC can enhance their ability to protect sensitive student information, creating a safe and trusted environment for data exchange.

“We are thrilled to partner with the CFC in their mission to protect sensitive information and promote cybersecurity awareness,” said Yuri Miloslavsky, CEO of SharePass. “By leveraging SharePass, CFC can effectively communicate with their students while ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of their personal information. We look forward to supporting CFC’s commitment to data security and helping them create a secure digital environment for their students.”

Organisations like CFC recognise the importance of secure communication channels as the digital landscape evolves.

SharePass’s cutting-edge technology and commitment to data security position it as an ideal solution for safeguarding sensitive information. CFC and SharePass partnership set a benchmark for secure communication practices in education, ensuring student privacy remains a top priority.

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600+ cybersecurity experts meet at PhilSec 2022 to discuss the future of cybersecurity in the Philippines

In an effort to mitigate the cybercrime landscape in the Philippines and support The Department of Information and Communications Technology with its efforts, Tradepass hosted the second edition of PhilSec on 12 – 13 July 2022 at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza in Manila, Philippines.
The event that was officially supported by Cybercrime Investigation and Coordinating Center (CICC) attracted 600+ cybersecurity experts including the Heads of Information Security, Risk, Compliance, Forensics and Cyber Law from the leading public and private enterprises across the Philippines.

Mary Rose E. Magsaysay (C|CISO, Director IV – Cybercrime Planning and Policy, Monitoring and Cooperation Office – Cybercrime Investigation and Coordination Center) who is also the in charge & lead at ICCD, CPPD & CMCD graced the opening of the event post an engaging flashmob.

Here’s what she had to say when talking about her experience at PhilSec 2022, “This is my first time back on-stage post pandemic. My expectations were really high and they were met excellently and not just satisfactorily. I was surprised to see the number of vendors who I got to interact with. I was surprised to see that there were a lot of delegates representing DICT, CICC and I saw a very good mix of audience.”

With the most carefully curated agenda that comprised advanced topics in cybersecurity, PhilSec 2022 also hosted over 40 of the best cybersecurity experts and thought leaders who had a spellbinding effect on the delegates with their knowledge sharing sessions.

When asked to share his overall thoughts on the event, Carlos Tengkiat (CISO, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation) expressed, “PhilSec is actually very good because it brings people together to collaborate and also the industry players to showcase their solutions which can secure our infrastructure and keep us in line with the new developments in technology and security.”

As the country’s premier cybersecurity event, PhilSec 2022 was flooded with the leading organizations from the industry who had their exclusive exhibition booths at the venue to showcase their cutting-edge security solutions. The long list included Delinea, ARCON, Okta, Recorded Future, CrowdStrike, CyberArk, Rubrik, ExtraHop, BlueVoyant, Claroty, BeyondTrust, Synology, Tenable, Parasoft, Swimlane, CybersCool Defcon Inc., Senhasegura, ThriveDX SaaS, DDLS, Sangfor Technologies, Netskope, CYFIRMA, ION Management Solutions Inc., Noname Security, IPV Network, Cyberint and Secuna.

Noel Cuestas (Chief – Audio, Video Forensic Section, Digital Forensic Unit – Philippine National PoliceAnti Cybercrime Group) while talking about his experience at PhilSec 2022 commented, “This is my first time at PhilSec and I must say that this has been very fascinating. This is a good area for networking and meeting a lot of friends in the industry, from cybersecurity, digital forensics and other law enforcement officers are also here, so this is an excellent venue.”

The event featured two knowledge-packed days filled with insightful presentations on the most pressing industry topics, deep dive panel discussions, live showcase of the best security solutions and abundant networking opportunities. Some of the crucial topics from the summit include: “Cyber Defense for Philippine’s Critical Infrastructure”, “Zero Trust: Two Sides of the PAM Coin”, “How Cybercriminals Use Dynamic DNS Infrastructure for Advanced Attacks”, “Web 3.0: Unravelling Unknown Unknowns”, “Digital Forensics” and many more.

“The way the whole event is planned and organized is actually really nice, it has a very good selection of speakers and the different topics that the event wants to showcase caters to the industry really well,” said Mel Migrino (Vice President and Group CISO, Meralco) while taking about the organization of the event.

Apart from the knowledge sharing and networking sessions, PhilSec 2022 also acknowledged the top talents from Philippines’ cybersecurity during the awards segment, PhilSec Awards 2022. The event stayed completely vibrant over the course of two days through flash mobs, dance performances, a show by Manila’s best illusionist and a swanky after-party for added networking exposure.

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Cybersecurity Non-Profit GRCIE Announces Partnership Agreements

 GRC for Intelligent Ecosystems (GRCIE), a nonprofit that specializes in training underserved populations for cybersecurity and GRC careers, is pleased to announce partnerships with two workforce development organizations.

According to GRCIE (pronounced Gray-see) Founder and Executive Director Jenai Marinkovic, GRCIE will be collaborating with the Western Michigan Center for Arts + Technology (WMCAT) to provide career training for enrollees in its Adult Career Training Program. In a similar collaboration, GRCIE will partner with 2nd Chance Lifesavers of Birmingham, Alabama in their effort to launch a brand new Young Adult Career Training Program.

Both, WMCAT and 2nd Chance pride themselves in helping people who struggle economically due to under and unemployment in their communities. By working with GRCIE, each will be able to offer their target audience – people motivated to break out of a cycle of poverty – an intense 7-month tuition-free program in cybersecurity. The goal is, of course, to produce skilled workers who can finally enjoy sustained economic security.

The GRCIE program that WMCAT and 2nd Chance will take advantage of is the NextCISO Academy, headed up by Founder and Deputy Director Melissa Elza. It is a state-of-the-art remote learning program that is delivered through virtual reality/metaverse. Elza notes, “We simulate real-world scenarios for performing GRC tasks in virtual reality to help students practically apply their learnings in the Apprenticeship and eventually their future companies. As a result of this innovative training, students are ready to make an impact on day one.”

Pleased with the partnership plans, Marinkovic commented, “When we started during the pandemic, our classes were comprised of students spread across the country. Partnering with other nonprofits at the community level only makes sense. We are excited about the opportunity to have a real economic impact in both of these communities.” Elza added, “We’ve been seeing survey after survey telling us about the diversity problem in technology, but you don’t really see any actual solutions to that problem. We’re doing our part to tackle it head on.”

Other organizations involved in these collaborations include The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), which offers GRCIE students their globally recognized certificate in cloud computing (the CCSK), and Tiro Security, a boutique company specializing in Cybersecurity and GRC solutions, which provide career coaching and job placement services. Both, CSA and Tiro have been working with GRCIE since its inception in 2020, offering their services, including mentorship, free of charge to program students. Kris Rides, Tiro’s CEO, sits on GRCIE’s Board of Directors and was instrumental in helping GRCIE get started.

GRCIE is open to working with corporations, institutions, and organizations across the country to help build a new pool of cybersecurity professionals. The need is great and growing daily. At the same time, GRCIE’s goal is to diversify that pool. Currently, there is a distinct lack of females and minorities employed in cybersecurity jobs, a fact that GRCIE intends to change. In doing so, they are, at the same time, helping underserved communities transition to prosperity by offering the opportunity to attain sustainable careers.

For more information about GRCIE, please visit its website ( or contact them at ( Founders Marinkovic and Elza are especially eager to speak with both businesses and philanthropic organizations looking to improve society through cybersecurity channels. They are also hoping to work with government entities towards altering the trajectory of underserved individuals and communities.


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