Energy Infrastructure Security Asia 2011

Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Event Date/Time: Jul 27, 2011 End Date/Time: Jul 28, 2011
Early Registration Date: Apr 15, 2011
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Energy Infrastructure Security Asia 2011 announces the commencement of an intense dialogue this July, securing expertise on regional frameworks to address energy infrastructure security issues such as:

- Deliberate physical attacks
- Cyberspace threats
- Natural disasters
- Latent risks
- Risks arising out of lack of response mechanisms

Whether or not security is the government’s responsibility, energy companies are waking up to the realisation that they must provide their own solutions. Energy Infrastructure Security Asia 2011 brings to you strategies that will help alleviate the absence of specific plans to protect critical energy assets. Join us in promoting a global culture of security!

Issues to be discussed at Energy Infrastructure Security Asia 2011:

• Cyber security challenges and data loss
• Integrating security into core business strategy
• Examining emerging industry standards and best practices to maximise the performance of your security program
• The role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the current energy ‘insecurity’ environment
• A look at the best security tools and technology
• Risk management and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP): Assessing, integrating, and managing threats, vulnerabilities and consequences

By attending Energy Infrastructure Security Asia 2011 you will gain insights on:

• Devising scenarios for predictable evaluation of risks
• Addressing different elements of the energy infrastructure that are characterized by distinct vulnerabilities
• Assessing the success of a networked public – private governance approach
• Concerns with government mandates on the industry
• Significant challenges in developing analysis, warning and advanced planning response capabilities


Additional Information

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