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ASEF Public Diplomacy Training - Webinar Ep. I

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21 May 2020 Trishia OCTAVIANO Governance & Economy Department ASEF Public Diplomacy Training Governance & Human Rights



Venue:
Online Webinar


1st Episode of the ASEF Public Diplomacy Training - Webinar Series

"Improve Your Online Health: How to Observe Good Cyber Hygiene in Virtual Meetings"

Thursday, 21 May 2020 
11:00-12:00 UTC/ 19:00-20:00 SGT 

How many online meetings have you joined or organised since the day you turned one corner of your living room or bedroom into a workstation? Are you aware that your increased usage of online collaboration tools comes with an increased privacy risk? Have you ever asked yourself if working from home is making you vulnerable to virtual viruses? In normal times, working with your PC and mobile phones already make you susceptible to cyber attacks – how much more in this “new normal?”

The strange experience of working remotely is part of the “new normal,” a rising trend that makes us more and more connected in the virtual world despite being physically apart as we practice social distancing. And as we continue our good habits to help mitigate the spread of coronavirus even while working in our personal space, we must also observe good cyber hygiene to keep us safe in cyberspace.

In line with ASEF Public Diplomacy Training’s practical approach to learning, our first webinar aims to help non-techie professionals to set basic safeguards to help ensure that their online meetings are protected from eavesdroppers, party crashers, trolls and Zoombombers.

We have invited Mr Vladimir (Vlada) RADUNOVIĆ, Cybersecurity and E-diplomacy Programmes Director at DiploFoundation and Mr Rey GLEAN, Senior Cybersecurity Consultant at Sony  Electronics - Singapore, to provide basic steps to minimise the risk of getting exposed to hacking threats.

Target Audience:

Those working at international organisations or foreign ministries who have very basic knowledge of cybersecurity.

Profiles

Mr Vladimir RADUNOVIĆ is the Cybersecurity and E-diplomacy Programmes Director at the DiploFoundation. He is a lecturer in cybersecurity policy, Internet governance, and e-diplomacy on postgraduate and professional courses. He also serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) and as an expert with the Geneva Internet Platform. He served as a member of the Multistakeholder Advisory Group of the UN Internet Governance Forum (IGF) from 2012 to 2014.

Mr Rey GLEAN is Senior Cybersecurity Consultant at Sony Electronics - Singapore. He has solid 15 years of experience in IT specialising in Network & Security Engineering and Cloud Computing. He holds several CISCO certifications, including Cisco Certified Network Professional and Cisco Certified Network Associate Security. He is a Certified Scrum Master and a Six Sigma Yellow Belter. He is also a Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Certified professional.

This webinar is part of the ASEF Public Diplomacy Training Webinar Series in partnership with the DiploFoundation (Malta and Switzerland).

Disclaimer: The webinar will offer practical tips to protect users of conferencing technologies from malicious actors. However, these tips will not guarantee total protection from hackers. We encourage the participants to still consult with their IT personnel to up the security of their systems.

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  • Diplo Foundation
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