GovWare 2018

Singapore | September 18-20, 2018 | Suntec Singapore Convention Centre

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GovWare 2018Into its 27th showing, GovernmentWare (GovWare) is the region’s most established premier conference and showcase for cybersecurity. GovWare is the cornerstone event for the Singapore International Cyber Week. Featuring the latest trends in technology, organisational implementation and user perspectives, GovWare attracts practitioners to network, discuss and collaborate on all things cybersecurity.

With a speaker faculty of over 100 government officials, thought leaders, visionaries, technology experts and industry professionals, and over 100 exhibitors and sponsors, the event is the leading platform for practical, focused and unbiased knowledge on cybersecurity.

Need to step away from the hectic expo floor? Get a personal, in-depth demo tailored to your security needs with one of our security experts at the LookingGlass meeting suites. Your time is valuable so let us know what works for your schedule and book your time slot now.

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Suntec Singapore
Convention Center

1 Raffles Boulevard,
Suntec City, Singapore 039593

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

Doors open at 8 AM
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Title: Insights on Threat Intelligence-Driven Network Security at Scale

Description: Leveraging Threat Intelligence in organizations promises to enhance and improve the effectiveness of security operations. But there are many pitfalls and challenges that need to be addressed. This presentation will introduce the key challenges and provide insights to address them. Key concepts:

  • Threat Intelligence collection quality, processes to highlight machine-learning and automated techniques while enhancing human vetting and enrichment
  • Integration between collection, enrichment and action in the network security infrastructure including firewalls, IPs, client-based protections
  • Highlight insights of threat intelligence deployments and enrichment techniques at NII Japan
  • Highlight future opportunities for organizations to consider in leveraging TI more effectively to protect organizations using camouflage techniques


Allan Thomson

Allan Thomson, CTO, LookingGlass Bio

As LookingGlass Chief Technology Officer, Allan Thomson has more than three decades of experience across network, security, and distributed systems technologies. Allan leads technical and architecture strategy across the LookingGlass solutions portfolio.

Prior to LookingGlass, Allan served as Principal Engineer at Cisco Systems, Inc., where he led the software architecture and design of the company’s Cyber Threat Defense System and Platform Exchange Grid. He was responsible for overall systems management and security telemetry collection/aggregation, as well as distributed threat analysis/intelligence services in multi-tenant public and private cloud deployments.

Before joining Cisco, Allan oversaw the technology growth initiatives of several start-up companies, including Airespace, where he was a Software Architect responsible for the design, development and network management/location tracking of the company’s wireless local area network (WLAN) system.


Dr. Ruo Ando, National Institute of Informatics, Japan Bio

Ruo Ando has received Ph.D. from Keio University in 2006. He is now associate professor by special appointment of National Institute of Informatics since 2016. Before joining NII, he worked as senior security researcher of National Institute of Information and Communication Technology since 2006. His research interests focus on network security, information security and big data mining technologies.

He was engaged in Driverware project supported by US Air Force Office of Scientific Research with Grant Number AOARD 03-4049 in 2005-2006. He received Outstanding Leadership Award in the 8th IEEE International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing (DASC-09) at China in 2009.

He is the member of Trusted Computing Group JRF (Japan Regional  Forum) in 2008-2015. He received research paper award of Internet conference in 2013. He has presented in many security conferences such as SysCan 2009, FrHack 2009, AVTokyo 2009, DeepSec 2009, PacSec Tokyo2011, GreHack 2013. He served as reviewer of Springer Journal PPNA, Willey Journal of Security and Communications Networks and IEEE transactions of Information Forensics and Security.

He worked in project “Next Generation Security Info-Security R&D” METI (FY2008-10). He was engaged in project “Unknown malware detection using incremental malware detection” MEXT FY(2012-2015). He served as reviewer of Springer Journal, Willey Journal of Security and Communications Networks and IEEE transactions of Information Forensics and Security.