Data Privacy Asia (Singapore)
August 25–28, 2015, Singapore
Over the last ten years, Asia has consistently ranked as the fastest growing region in the world. For the region to maintain its economic dominance, it must do more to address Data Privacy challenges. Failure to do so will leave it lagging behind as the world becomes more technologically connected and advanced.
2014 saw a record number of data breaches globally and while just 7% of these breaches came from Asia [Source: SafeNet Breach Level Index 2014], the region must have the right framework and infrastructure in place to ensure that these issues are kept to minimum.
Data Privacy Asia is the premier conference in the region that examines the issues surrounding Data Privacy and how it will affect the future of business and organisations in Asia. It is timely as Asia seeks to facilitate greater integration with the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) and the conference aims to build a common understanding and direction for Data Privacy. For Asia to continue thriving, a concerted effort must be made between governments and the business community to address the growing concerns of data privacy.
Data Privacy Asia provides the platform where delegates can be engaged on these issues, and come together to address the key challenges to build the right framework for Data Privacy in the region. Doing so will lay the groundwork for stronger collaboration between the public and private sectors in Asia.
Discounted delegate passes for CSA APAC Leadership Team: 30% for individual tickets; 40% for bulk purchase of 3 or more passes.
Special conference fees to CSA members (limited to CCSK holders):
Regular price: S$1,650
Early Bird Registration: S$1,250
Regular Registrations: S$1,450