Managing Internet of Things (IoT) Security Risks

Overview

This 2-day Managing Internet of Things (IoT) Security Risks Masterclass provides delegates a strategic understanding on the new threats and paradigms emerging from IoT while guiding on the right approaches in handling such threats. Due to the nature of IoT and its ubiquity, security needs to be addressed in a fundamentally different way; the devices are no longer important, but their data is. Based on the zero-trust networking, assume breach and cattle-vs-pets paradigms, this Masterclass will help delegates look at IoT security in a whole different way. 

What you will learn from this Masterclass:

  • Recognise the new threats IoT pose for an enterprise
  • Identify the threats and limitations at the technical level
  • Integrate IoT security in your existing security management
  • Determine proper responses to IoT threats
  • Refocus your security efforts to stay in control
Who will attend
  • Corporate Business Continuity
  • Corporate Infrastructure
  • Information Security 

  • Information Security and Risk

  • Network administrators
  • Network Architecture
  • Network Security Systems
  • Network Services

  • Payment and Fraud
Security
  • Payment Systems & Risk
Group
  • Security Programme
  • Security
Information Security Policy
  • System Administration
Trainer

Armed with more than 30 years of experience in this industry, Expert Trainer is an independent security consultant. Expert Trainerhas been involved in many large-scale projects including mobile security, banking security, industrial automation, covering technical and non-technical aspects.

Expert Trainer started as a technical security tester and has delivered courses on mobile security in Abu Dhabi, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Capetown. He has international experience in most European countries, the Caribbean, Asia and the Middle East.

Expert Trainer has consulted a large number industries ranging from ministries of Dutch government, utilities companies, banking sectors, Europol, payment providers, and Dutch Telecom operators.

Case Studies

To be confirmed.

 

Partners

Interested to be part of this training?

Please contact us at hello@q8asia.com.sg to discuss your requirements.

Venue

Hotel venue to be confirmed. 

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Managing Risks in Construction Contracts

Managing Risks in Construction Contracts
Overview

Construction is generally a risky business. Construction projects have a history of contractual disputes and conflicts, which is mainly due to the complex nature of construction work and complicated commercial arrangements involved.

This masterclass will provide participants with the tools and skills to effectively identify, assess, mitigate and manage risks in construction contracts. Participants will come away with deeper understanding of major risk provisions in construction contracts, and be better equipped for contract negotiation and  implementation, and avoidance of potential conflicts and disputes. Participants will be afforded “hands on” opportunity to work on case scenarios, analyse as well as discuss findings.

 

What you will learn from this workshop:

  • DEVELOP a broad understanding and appreciation of the major risks and issues in construction contracts
  • IDENTIFY risks and assess magnitude and implications of various risks
  • LEARN what are appropriate risk mitigation and management measures
  • MASTER how to avoid conflicts and disputes
Who will attend
  • Developers
  • Contractors and Builders
  • Equipment suppliers
  • Project managers
  • Procurement professionals
  • Quantity surveyors
  • Contract managers
  • Facilities managers
  • Engineers
  • Lawyers
  • Architects
  • Tax advisors
  • Accountants
  • Other construction industry professionals
Trainer

Course Trainer has more than 25 years of experience in energy, infrastructure and resources projects in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, particularly China, India, Southeast Asia and Australia.

He advises governments and sponsors on strategic, procurement, legal, commercial and risk issues relating to public-private partnership (PPP) projects and on the development, acquisition, financing, construction and operation of energy, infrastructure and resources projects.

His transactional experience, particularly acquisitions and project financing, includes deal structuring, due diligence, and drafting and negotiation of development, acquisition, fuel supply and power purchase agreements, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts and operation and maintenance (O&M) contracts, as well as financing and security documentation. He has also been heavily involved in and has helped shaped development of the PPP projects market in Singapore.

Case Studies

Risks identification and mitigation/management

Partners

Interested to be part of this training?

Please contact us at hello@q8asia.com.sg to discuss your requirements. 

Venue

Workshop venue to be confirmed.

Industry Insights
Brochure Download