Round Table's Summary
Last year was our first attempt to hold the Round Table—gathering both industrial and governmental cybersecurity decision-makers in Taiwan to discuss a spectrum of issues for further insights! For this year’s Round Table, we’re expanding the number of participants and splitting them among three tables: chief information security officers (CISOs), smart manufacturing, and the financial sector. Each table has a host to introduce different topics and to guide participants throughout the discussion. We look forward to providing a place that gathers information security decision makers, accelerates information securities of Taiwan corporations, and is more effective than ever.
This year, the topic of each table is as follows:
- Regulating listed companies to set up their own information security department is crucial to improving infosecurity resilience of key infrastructure. From the government’s perspective, what kind of substantive assistance would you like the industry to provide? For the private sector, how should the government strengthen the protection of critical infrastructure?
- What are the most pressing security challenges your organization or your clients have observed? What strategies or mechanisms did you use to address this challenge?
- Training CISOs or top-ranking infosecurity talents requires a long-term cultivation strategy. What kind of cultivation methods or frameworks would you like to see the industry to impose in order to foster more middle and high-level talents?
Practical and effective OT SOCs
- Should OT SOCs exist independently, or should they be merged with IT SOCs?
- What should be the difference between OT SOCs and modern-day IT SOCs? What capability should be introduced?
- What’s your opinion on whether to establish OT SOCs yourselves or outsource them instead?
How to strengthen financial cybersecurity resilience?
- What kind of strategies would be performed under different scenarios?
- What’s the status quo of offline/third-party data backup?
- Is cloud backup feasible or are there safer alternatives?
- How to secure systems and data under extreme situations?
- How to maintain basic withdrawal and authentication service when the main system has already been brought down?
The hosts of each table will share with the audience both the ideas, values and importance of these topics and the key conclusions their table has come with.
The three hosts representing their table are Allen Own, CEO of DEVCORE, Rong-Tai Liu, CEO of TXOne Networks, and Fu-Long Tsai, Head of Department of Information Management, Financial Supervisory Committee (FSC). Don’t miss the chance if you’re interested in future cybersecurity policymaking in Taiwan!