The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) in the Philippines launched the National Cybersecurity Plan 2022 (NCSP) with an aim to make the nation cyber secure. As per several reports, the country needs to spend over $20 billion on cybersecurity between 2017 and 2025 to compare with the “global best-in-class countries”.
To maximize the efforts of DICT, Tradepass is hosting the 2nd edition PhilSec on 12 – 13 July 2022. The event will host 600+ cybersecurity experts (in-person & virtual) including the Heads of Information Security, Risk, Compliance, Forensics and Cyber Law from the leading public and private enterprises across the Philippines.
With 74 million active internet users and a flourishing IT sector, the Philippines is booming with digitization which is also breeding a plethora of cybercrimes. Government, Healthcare, Retail, F&B, or any other sector, the cyber-attackers have got them all.
The Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI) has taken down over 2,000 phishing sites since the onset of the pandemic. The organizations in the country are looking to adopt and integrate a robust cybersecurity framework in their work infrastructure to avoid yearly massive losses.
phishing sites taken down by BPI
online scams between Mar-Sep '20
android malware attacks in 2019
customers’ data compromised in 2019
Presenting the top inspiring names from the industry at the main stage to share crucial intelligence on the most pressing topics, which get further enriched by a Q&A session.
Enabling the organizations to showcase their best to the many pre-qualified delegates at the event in real time. The provision of using technology just adds on to the whole demonstration and helps in driving more leads from the top companies across the industry.
PhilSec Awards 2022 aims to acknowledge and reward the best of talents, products, and organizations that are spearheading innovation and thought leadership in cybersecurity.
An exclusive after-party for more networking exposure, allowing attendees to break the ice with some spirit-lifting humor, all the while enabling them to unwind and rub shoulders against industry peers, thought leaders, and potential customers.
PhilSec AWARDS 2022 aims to acknowledge and reward the best of talents, products, and organizations that are spearheading innovation and thought leadership in cybersecurity.
Organised by Tradepass, this award program will dive into the rich talent pool of myriad cybersecurity experts and bestow honor upon their groundbreaking work that has empowered and uplifted the entire cybersecurity landscape.
Curating the best-in-class case studies and insightful topics to aid in defining the right set of protocols and the future road map for the organizations.
Cybersecurity Plan 2022
Mobile – The New Target
CISOs, CIOs, CTOs, CSOs, CDO, Heads of IT & Information Security 32%
Chief Digital Officers, Heads of Digital Transformation 26%
Heads of Data & Analytics, Privacy, Cyber Law & Forensics 17%
Heads of Risk, Compliance & Fraud, Cyber Defense 12%
Heads of DevOps, IT Network, Administrators, Tech Evangelists 10%
Oil and Gas
Meet & network with 400+ cyber security experts, view the conference sessions, interact with the thought leaders/speakers, visit the exhibition booths to witness world-class solutions, download brochures, stream videos, and many more.
Exchange business cards and have text or video-based interactions
Integrated platform that mirrors in-person event experience virtually
Explore the next-gen solutions from all our sponsors and partners
Download case-studies, whitepapers and solution-packed information
Tradepass has successfully linked 250+ global cybersecurity companies with thousands of
pre-qualified in-market buyers across Asia, Middle East & Africa.
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