Total Security Conference 2021 

Securing the New Reality: Mastering Posture, Automation, and Agility to Ensure Business Continuity 

The concept of workplace has changed forever. Remote working at-scale is expected to last. With endpoints residing outside the network perimeters and attack surfaces having grown exponentially, risks have been amplified. Concurrently, enabled by artificial intelligence and machine learning, cyber-attacks have become noticeably more advanced, complexed, and evasive.

With traditional rule-and-pattern-based security rendered ineffective and 5G networks enhancing speed of attacks, incidents are inevitable. 

Questex Asia’s Total Security Asia Virtual Forum 2020 held online on 17 - 19 Nov will serve as the ideal platform for CISOs, heads of IT, heads of security and regulators to explore strategies and tactics in a fast-paced, enlarged, complicated, and evolving security landscape, and secure their enterprises by avoiding resource-intensive cyber incidents.

Attend To Learn How To:

  • Visualize the security landscape to identify real threats 
  • Safeguard endpoints and attack surfaces efficiently
  • Analyze user-behaviors to distinguish evasive attacks 
  • Orchestrate security eco-system from multiple technology tools for improved defense efficiency
  • Automate detection and response to combat increasingly complexed and speedy attacks 
  • Enhance DAAS protection by adopting Zero Trust Architecture 
  • Minimize outsourcing and third-party supplier integration risks  


    Who Should Attend

Business and IT professionals in enterprise-wide security, risk management, BCM or critical infrastructure: 

Chief Information Security Officer




Head / Director / VP – IT Security 

Head / Director / VP – Technology Risk

Head / Director / VP – Business Continuity Management

Head / Director / VP – IT Security & Assurance 

Head / Director / VP – Information Security Risk 

Lead – Technical Architecture


    Past Attendees Include:


Asia Pacific Exchange Pte Ltd

BNY Mellon



Credit Suisse

DBS Bank



International SOS

JP Morgan Chase Bank

KPMG Management Consulting


MINDEF, Singapore

Ministry of Communication &
Information, Hong Kong

Ministry of Culture,
Community & Youth, Singapore

Ministry of Manpower,

NatWest Markets


Westpac Banking Corporation