Thursday, 11 July 2013

Q3 Networking Dinner

ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) brings to you yet another learning opportunity with presentations on Personal Data Protection from Rajah & Tann and the Management of Big Data in the Physical Security realm by EMC. Our 3rd Quarter Networking Dinner will be held on 2 Aug 2013 (Friday) at 6pm at the Concorde Hotel (Concorde 3 Banquet Room).

Programme
1800 – 1845 hrs – Registration
1845 – 1855 hrs – Opening address by ASIS Singapore Chapter Chairman
1900 – 1945 hrs – Presentation on Singapore’s Data Privacy Laws by Lionel Tan from Rajah & Tann
1950 – 2020 hrs – Presentation on Effective Response Throughout The Video Lifecycle by Hector Martinez from EMC
2025 – 2200 hrs – 8 Course Chinese Dinner & Networking

Fee
- Complimentary for ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) paid-up Members.
- $60 for ASIS International and affiliated association members
- $70 for Public

You may register by providing the following details:

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in an email to MemberServices.

Presentation Synopsis & Speaker’s Biography

Social Media and the Personal Data Protection Act by Lionel Tan, Partner at Rajah & Tann
From the Arab Spring of some two years back to the Edward Snowden saga, social media has played an integral role. The impact of social media has in many ways made many governments around the world wearier of the impact it can have within a defined social geography to the World Wide Web.

Lionel a partner at Rajah & Tann, one of Singapore’s reputable legal firms will provide us legal insights on Social Media in Singapore given the recent passing of the Personal Data Protection Act in Parliament. As security professionals we need to have a reasonable understanding of the impact social media will have on our efforts to protect people, information and physical assets.

Effective Response Throughout The Video Lifecycle by Hector G. Martinez, Lead for Defence, Safety & Security Platforms, EMC Asia Pacific & Japan
The solution improves the management of video surveillance data throughout its lifecycle from capture to analysis to archive. Typically, when organization’s Legal team requests evidentiary information, team’s have to go to multiple sources and locations, and it is difficult and costly to sort, analyze, and package the necessary data. EMC Physical Security Solution automates the steps in the legal discovery process so that the end user can complete them at a fraction of the cost and time of performing them manually.

Hector G. Martinez is the Lead for Defence, Safety & Security Platforms at EMC’s Asia Pacific & Japan theatre; with focus on security, defence & intelligence initiatives. With over 14 years in business development, security system integration and cross jurisdictional law enforcement, Hector has been involved in project implementation, development, and investigations in the United States, Israel, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America. Hector works closely with EMC's Office of Technology, which is responsible for defining the company's evolving technology vision and technology strategy, as well as working with the industry on standards.