“Secure and Fast Access for Wired and Wireless Infrastructure in Finance Industry”

2016 was a difficult year for Hong Kong’s financial sector weighed down by economic and political uncertainties in Hong Kong, China and around the world. Tightening compliance regulations around KYC and AML, data protection and customer privacy and cyber security loomed large and real even as financial institutions struggle to accelerate digital transformation.
The Verizon 2016 Data Breach Investigation Report revealed financial institutions in Hong Kong are at risk of cyberattack; it is estimated that 62% of cyber breach victims are small to mid-sized businesses. The 2015 Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Analysis estimate the average total cost of a breach at HK$29.4 million.

Panel Discussion:

Meeting Evolving Compliance Regulations and Reducing Your Risk Exposure in the Age of Digital


  • Sheila Lam, editor-in-chief, Computerworld Hong Kong

Confirmed panelists:

  • Michael Leung, CIOO, China CITIC Bank International
  • Henk ten Bos, CIO, FTLife Insurance
  • Thomas Lee, Partner, Risk Advisory, Deloitte China
  • Anthony Hon, Head of Presales, HPE