The CSO Roundtable-a members-only forum of senior security executives from the world's largest organizations-will hold its regional summit at the ASIS Asia-Pacific Security Forum and Exhibition on 8-9 December 2014.
The CSO Roundtable Summit is held in parallel with the main educational sessions and will cover a range of business and risk topics tailored to top security executives.
Monday, 8 December
The Security Executive as Business Leader
Does the C-suite understand the value that the security department provides to the organization? Security executives need to provide the corporate leadership team with a clear value proposition of the security department. In these presentations, senior security executives will discuss how to create a risk-driven approach, and provide some strategies for proving security’s value to the C-suite.
Anthony Lee, Senior Director Security & Facilities AP & ME, Ingram Micro Asia Pacific, Singapore;
Leonard Sng, Manager International Security, Asia Koch Industries Inc., Singapore;
Munies Pillai, Chief Editor-TAPA newsletter, TAPA Asia
Using Your Intelligence Against You
Criminals and terrorists use intelligence the same way that governments, law enforcement, and private companies do. This session will explore the way that intelligence about an organization is collected, analyzed, and exploited by these unlawful groups, and discuss some possible means of protection.
Paul Burke, National Security Leader, Middle East & Africa, IBM Middle East, UAE
Tuesday, 9 December
Supply Chain Security in Asia
Moving supplies across Asia can be challenging as well as risky. This presentation will provide a look at those risks and challenges and discuss some ways in which businesses can address them.
Jason Teo, Senior Director Business Continuity, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific, and Chairman, TAPA Asia, Singapore
Emerging Risks across Asia
The risk of a resurgence in Islamic militancy is rising around the region, from Southeast Asia to China to India and Pakistan. As this risk increases, so too does the risk for businesses that have operations in the region. This session, tailored for senior security executives, will look at where the threats will be greatest and what they may mean for multinational companies.
Tim Williams, Managing Director, Stirling Assynt, UK
The Roundtable Summit sessions are open only to paid CSO Roundtable members and to those who are eligible to join. Eligibility criteria are outlined at the
CSO Roundtable website. If you are interested in attending these sessions, please RSVP to Manuela Costa, Manager, Strategic Operations at ASIS:
firstname.lastname@example.org (with copy to