On December 13, the ASIS Shanghai Chapter held their 2019 forum in the Langham Xintiandi, an event exclusively sponsored by ICD Security Solutions. With the theme 'The Diversified Future of Security’ the event brought together security professionals from a range of industries and roles to engage in a day of speeches, expert interviews, tech demos and networking.
The event was opened by Chairman of the Board of Directors of ASIS Shanghai Chapter, Alan Liu, with an update on the chapter’s 2019 activities. ICD CEO Tony Wang then took to the stage to brief the audience about ICD and ASIS Shanghai’s history of cooperation and ICD’s key messages surrounding colleagues, culture and clients.
The event’s keynote speeches were delivered by experienced industry professionals at the top of their field, sharing high level insights across a range of topics. Speeches included:
New Trends and Solutions of Corporate Anti-corruption
Chi Chen from Ernst & Young, took the lead with a speech focused on anti-corruption policies within enterprises including how technology can be used to enhance legal effectiveness and financial management capabilities.
2020 Global Travel Risk Outlook
Tony Ma from International SOS, a professional organization for global travel risk management, summarized the top ten travel risks in 2020 from a global perspective in an engaging speech.
Cloud Security: Microsoft Azure as Positivism
Hongyu Cui from Microsoft then introduced Microsoft Azure (Microsoft's cloud-based operating system) and an overview of cloud security, providing insight into one of the security industry’s hottest topics today.
Corporate Compliance Practice
David Pan, a lawyer from the leading law firm Llinks Law Offices, shared professional advice about compliance issues companies need to consider when collecting personal information from employees and clients.
Video-based AloT and 5G in Manufacturing
Victor Deng from Axis Communications led the audience to look to the future and explained how the technologies combining AI, IoT, 5G and video can be applied in the manufacturing industry.
Big-data Driven Online to Offline Anti-counterfeiting Investigation
Johnson & Johnson’s Alan Liu (also Chairman of the Board of Directors of ASIS Shanghai Chapter) shared new breakthroughs in anti-counterfeiting investigations in the context of today's big data environment.
In addition to keynote speeches, ASIS BOD member Kevin Sun, from SP Consulting, also conducted a lively and insightful expert interview on the topic crisis management. At the beginning of the session, Kevin posed three questions to the audience through an interactive quiz to gauge the importance of crisis management to the security professionals in the room. Kevin then invited four experts to share their experience: Johnny Xue from Disney Resort, Alex Xie from FedEx, Flecher Feng from Bayer, and Dixon Yang from Tencent.
Throughout the event, guests also had the chance to visit a tech demo area set up by ICD with a selection of cutting edge security solutions.
The success of the day's event to educate and engage security professionals based in Shanghai and across China was achieved by the ongoing successful cooperation between ICD and ASIS. Over the years, both parties have been committed to promoting discussion and progress in the security industry with the goals of knowledge sharing, creating opportunities for end users to learn and to build a professional security network in the region.