𝙐𝙣𝙞𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙒𝙚 𝙎𝙩𝙖𝙣𝙙, 𝙐𝙣𝙞𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙒𝙚 𝘿𝙚𝙛𝙚𝙣𝙙

The era of intelligent networking has arrived, and many applications are related to information security. In 2020, due to the impact of COVID-19, the demand for security issues continued to increase. After experiencing COVID-19, people changed their learning methods and shopping patterns. Therefore, several recent large-scale network attack incidents have caused concerns among many people both domestically and internationally, especially the frequent occurrence of ransomware attacks or website data theft, which have become global security issues. How to respond to the security risks brought by emerging security issues has become an important topic of concern. The pandemic and climate change have accelerated the development of ESG in various countries. Since 2018, the Dow Jones Sustainability Index in the United States has included many information security-related content as corporate requirements to enhance the integrity of ESG risk management. Information security will be a challenge and an issue that Taiwan and the world need to face!

The Taiwan Summit of the International Information Security Organization is organized by the Taiwan Cyber Security Alliance and synchronizes with the latest research results of international information security organizations such as the Cloud Security Alliance, The Honeynet Project, and OWASP. Through the international information security community, the summit helps attendees grasp global development trends. The summit covers important topics such as cloud service security, deception-based security technologies, website application security, incident handling and response, and enterprise security defense, helping attendees to understand global information security development trends and industry dynamics.

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🌏International Organizations Collaborate for an Extraordinary Event! Welcome Fido's Inclusion 🤝

Bringing together the strength of international organizations in the cybersecurity industry, we are proud to present a diverse and professional international conference on cybersecurity.

Not only have we gathered the expertise of TWCSA, The Honeynet Project, OWASP, CSCIS, ISACA, (ISC)2, and PMI Taipei, Taiwan Chapter, but we are also thrilled to welcome Fido's participation, injecting a new dimension of diverse discussion topics into the event!

Through close collaboration with our international organization partners, we will guide you to focus on cutting-edge issues, gain profound insights, and explore practical strategies to collectively address the challenges of today's digital environment. By engaging in exchanges, learning, and sharing with experts and pioneers in the field of cybersecurity, we aim to expand global perspectives and inspire fresh thinking in the realm of information security.

With all that has been said, how can one resist the allure?
Click the registration link below and join us at this international conference. Whether you're from around the corner or halfway across the globe, come together and participate in this exceptional event!
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Stay tuned for the release of more exciting event information. Follow our official website closely to stay up-to-date. We look forward to this significant cybersecurity event together!



Steven Tsai

Steven Tsai is currently the president of the Taiwan chapters of three international cybersecurity organizations: The Honeynet Project, Cloud Security Alliance, and OWASP. He also serves as the Vice President of CSCIS Greater China and North Asia. He is passionate about information security and holds various international certifications such as RHCE, CCNA, CCAI, CEH, CHFI, ACIA, ITIL Foundation, ISO 27001 LAC, ISO 20000 LAC, BS10012 LAC, CSA STAR Auditing, and CCSK. He is familiar with various technologies related to information security, including system security, network security, management systems, information mining, and digital forensics. He often serves as a lecturer for information security education and training courses in various industries, and is invited to speak at information security conferences both domestically and internationally. He has authored 35 computer and information security books and has worked as a researcher at the National Center for High-performance Computing of the National Applied Research Laboratories. Currently, he serves as the CEO of Shield eXtreme, a company dedicated to developing cybersecurity training, threat intelligence, and advanced cybersecurity technology services platform.

Henry Hu

Henry Hu is currently the president of the Taiwan chapter of OWASP and the Chief Research Officer of CSCIS. He is also a main representative of international cybersecurity organizations such as the Cloud Security Alliance and The Honeynet Project, and a board member of the Taiwan Cyber Security Alliance. Due to his long-term involvement in the sales and technical project management of top-tier cybersecurity products, he has indirectly been responsible for the identification, auditing, regulatory development, and solution of various levels of cybersecurity-related incidents in Taiwan. He holds multiple international certifications such as CEH, CHFI, CISM, CISSP, ISO 27001 LAC, and CCSK. He is familiar with various cybersecurity-related technologies, including system security, network security, management systems, information mining, digital forensics, malware analysis, and artificial intelligence. He frequently serves as a cybersecurity education and training course instructor in the industry, government, academia, and research fields, and is also invited to speak at domestic and international cybersecurity conferences. Currently, he is the CTO of Gemini Data, Inc., dedicated to researching and developing a no-code data application development platform and promoting a knowledge graph system for data.