The group of information security officers to organize a month-long virtual interactive cybersecurity campaign in October

To celebrate National Cyber ​​Security Month, the Information Security Officers Group (ISOG) will once again host the biggest and longest cybersecurity awareness campaign in the Philippines through a virtual summit to be held from October 8 to November 8 2021.

With the theme “Securing the New Cyber ​​Norm”, the complete virtual event entitled I’m Safe 2021: The Big Change will bring together more than 3,000 cybersecurity facilitators and decision-makers. This includes local and international C-level executives, such as information security officers (CISOs) and technology managers, data privacy officers, security architects and risk managers and of compliance. Expected attendees also include experts in cybersecurity, data privacy, banking and finance, as well as professionals from academia, public and private sectors.

The event will be a digital venue for participants to engage with each other, establish industry standard procedures, equip themselves with new skills to promote information security and empower Filipinos. by strengthening legislative measures to combat cybercrime.

“While the rapid shift to the digital world has helped various organizations thrive in the new normal, it cannot be denied that these connected digital technologies also come with a whole new list of cyber threats and risks,” said Chito, vice-president of ISOG and president of the summit. Jacinto said. “This event aims to equip and empower organizations and institutions to put in place a stronger cyber defense strategy, essential to protect our digital economy against cyber risks, threats and attacks in the new normal”, a- he added.

Three-dimensional digital location (3D)

To avoid being a boring webinar, the event will take place on a cutting-edge, award-winning virtual platform around the world. Using this technology, attendees can enjoy a simulated event summit experience by entering the three-dimensional virtual interactive hall, plenary hall, sub-committee rooms, exhibition halls and lounge. networking.

Cybersecurity conferences with staging and augmented presentations

In addition to a state-of-the-art virtual event platform, the Cyber ​​Security Summit will provide attendees with informative webinars on topics such as password awareness, family home cyber tips, phishing awareness and security. ransom awareness. To make the webinars even more engaging, it will be accompanied by staging and augmented presentations.

There will also be breakout sessions and plenary sessions led by renowned speakers who will provide comprehensive information on topics such as defensive and offensive security.

Participants will also be able to join in and enjoy fun activities at the top, including a booth exhibit, games, raffles, and Cyber ​​Quiz Bee.

“Our efforts to make our digital cybersecurity awareness campaign as engaging and empowering as possible are part of our organization’s mission to strengthen information security through education and awareness programs. As we make the big digital shift, ISOG is taking the lead in securing the new cyber standard in the country through programs like this, ”said ISOG President Archie Tolentino.

The initial sponsors of the event are Trends, Globe Business, Cilynx, BlueVoyant with Microsoft, Huawei, Trendmicro with Netsec Technologies and VST ECS Phils Inc, Westcon with Palo Alto Networks, CyCognito, Tanium, Fortinet, Netpoleon with Netscout, F5, Nexus with Extrahop, MDI-Novare with FireEye, Group IB, Blancco, Tenable, Gigamon, Arcon, M-Security with RSA Netwitness, Aptsecure Technologies with Seclore, Everest IMS, IPV Network, Solarwinds and Inspira.

ISOG, which consists of CISOs from different financial institutions and IT security professionals in the Philippines, has been hosting security summits since 2015.

To know more about I’m Safe 2021: The Big Change virtual summit, you can send email to [email protected] For more information on ISOG and cybersecurity in the Philippines, follow the ISOG Facebook page at and the website

Perry A. Thomasson