Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Data Protection Public Forum (Sat 2008.05.31)

The recent incidences on data breaches stirred up public concerns on data security. USB and other portable devices are useful and convenient but they are also source of data leakages if not handled properly. What are Dos and Don’ts of data protections? Are public and private organisations doing the right thing? PISA organised the Data Protection Public Forum and invited industry professional to discuss this topics.


Data Protection Public Forum

Date 31-May-2008 (Sat)

2:30pm - 5:00pm
2:15pm - 2:30pm (Registration)


Lecture Theatre LT-14, Academic Building, City University,
Kowloon Tong


Open to Members of Organisers,Supporting
Organisations and CityU Computer Division Students

Registration Use this Registration Form
Email to
Speakers / Panelists

Mrs Bonnie Y.L. Smith, Deputy Privacy Commissioner
for Personal Data

Mr. Vincent Chan, Chairman of ISACA-HK
Mr. Charles Mok (ISOC-HK)
Mr. Anthony Lai (PISA)

Content 2:15-2:30pm Registration
2:30-2:50pm Personal Data Protection Framework in Hong
Kong (Representative from Privacy Commissioner Office )
Technical challenges to effective data privacy
protection (Mr. Anthony Lai (PISA))
3:10-3:30pm Management challenges to effective data
privacy protection (Representative from ISACA)
3:30-3:50pm Lesson learned from data breach incidences
Open floor Discussion

Internet Society Hong Kong
Professional Information Security Association

Supporting Organizations:
Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data
Hong Kong Information Technology Federation
Information and Software Industry Association
Information Systems Audit and Control Association HK Chapter
Association of IT Leaders in Education
International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium
High Technology Crime Investigation Association Asia Pacific Chapter
Hong Kong Wireless Technology Industry Association
Hong Kong Retail Technology Industry Association
Center for Information Security and Cryptography, HKU

Venue Sponsor:
City University of Hong Kong


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