Special Panel Discussion!
- The target group is likely to be cyber-attacked or victimized by cyber and digital crimes.
- Possible damage that can happen to government agencies including the impact on the citizen.
- Prevent & protection arrangements including mitigation measures of government and related agencies.
- General Suttisak Slakcom, Special Adviser, Office of Permanent Secretary for Defence (the former Director of Cyber Center and the former of Deputy Director-General of Defence Information and Space Technology Department)
- Police Colonel Siriwat Deephor, Ph.D. Superintendent Sub-Division 3, Technology Crime Suppression Division, Central Investigation Bureau, Royal Thai Police
- Mrs. Chatsuda Kanjanarat, Senior Vice President, Transformation Excellence, PTT Global Chemical, PLC
- Dr. Sutee Tuvirat M.D, Committee of Thailand Information Security Association (TISA)
- Mr. Kitisak Jirawannakool, Information Security Consultant, Thai Banker’s Association
Moderated by: Major General Prachya Chalermwat, Ph.D. Professional from Office of the Permanent Secretary for Defence
In an era characterized by significant population growth and the rapid dissemination of information, the growth and development of cities have allowed us to effectively gather, manage and deliver information anywhere in the world.
Smart City Objective:
- Improve the quality of life
- Improve public servers
- Improve the economy
- Operational efficiency (and savings)
Smart Cities are about effectively gathering and managing information in a systematic and effective manner. Such information could stem from areas including security, protection, disaster alarms, public utility systems, travel, environmental and the use of energy - these are all areas that are used to improve the quality of life for citizens that live in the city.
This also encompasses city management, by gathering and managing appropriate information such as basic structural management, traffic/incident management, criminal activities or fire incidents, for instance, and using this information to organize threat and incident response policies, so as to respond to various issues that arise as effectively as possible.
Furthermore, such information can also be used in business for further knowledge transfer and to promote development in other areas, such as education or economic development.
What are the main threats that occur in this age of city growth and development? Can city management systems on its own be considered sufficient mechanisms to respond to these threats? What type of systems should be added to maximize the level of security in cities in Thailand.
Nowadays, cyber attacks to evolved from basic computer virus distribution to sophisticated malware based on command & control. Moreover, artificial intelligence has been deployed to discover protential targets and conduct exploitation automatically. The fact that current cyber attacks have been customized for specific targets even emphasize the need to be adaptable in defending such attacks. At national level, it is clear that a new holistic approach for cyber defense is required. This topic discusses Thailand's current cybersecurity status, challenges in various aspects of cybersecurity, and also discusses a new approach to defend the country against novel cyber attacks.
Mr. Shamir will highlight techniques used by criminals and do live demonstrations using certain gadgets used by criminals..
The session will also further highlight how individual crime affects corporate security and what can be done to reduce the risk of personal victimization and corporate risk.