15 - 16 October, 2012, Amara Hotel, Singapore
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About the workshop leader:
Keith has over 20 years of experience in the field of information technology. He is First Vice President for Information Technology Group at Philippine Business Bank. He heads the Information Technology Group of the bank for more than 8 years. He also oversees the information technology of the group of companies founded by Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao. He has attained his Master’s degree in Management from the Asian Institute of Management and post graduate studies in computer science from the Ateneo de Manila University.
He was introduced to early preceding cloud technologies that have made him one of the early adopters and true believer of SaaS models today.
Asian banks are beginning to discuss and embrace the cloud concept, recognising its significant efficiencies and cost advantages. Yet, certain questions remain: Does my retail bank need the cloud? Is my bank ‘ready’ to move to the cloud?
Attend this workshop to learn:
Evaluating the challenges and success of cloud computing with 4 case studies:
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Attend this workshop to:
1) Assessing the challenges of adopting cloud computing
2) Comparing ‘cloud computing security’ with ‘IT security’
3) Identifying and mitigating cloud computing issues:
4) Designing well-monitored systems and networks to combat hostile activity or intrusion and safeguard the firm’s data
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Mobile security issues will grow rapidly over the next few years. This is due to the increase in smartphone penetration and consumers embracing mobile banking. How should banks respond and prevent security threats in the mobile banking world?
a) Identifying security challenges and shortfalls of mobile banking including
b) Analysing the slow adoption of mobile banking due to service security and privacy issues
c) Discussing how information can be transmitted
safely and securely:
d) Evaluating the threat to network channels accessible to a mobile device including:
e) Evaluating solutions to reduce security risk and improve customer’s trust
Customers are enjoying mobile payments anytime, anywhere. But with an increase in convenience, there is an increase in the need to address privacy, security, and reliability of mobile payments.
a) Wireless application protocol (WAP)
b) SIM toolkit
c) Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME)
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