Philippines: Cybersecurity Solutions Business Briefing
Date & time
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Spencer Cresswell at +1-646-250-7012 or firstname.lastname@example.org
On a visit to the United States, a group of leaders from the Philippines will learn about state-of-the-art U.S. technologies and services, as well as policies and regulations that can strengthen cybersecurity infrastructure and resilience of public sector entities in the Philippines. The visit occurs as the country prepares to implement the multi-phased Philippines National Cyber Intelligence Platform Project, with the goal of familiarizing decision-makers with U.S. solutions and industry best practices for cybersecurity.
As part of the visit, USTDA will host a half-day Business Briefing on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm in Washington, D.C. One-on-one meetings with the delegates will be available. Registration is required. To save your seat, click the link below.
TOPICS OF DISCUSSION WILL FEATURE
- An overview of project opportunities
- Stakeholder engagement and market opportunities
- Project development and procurement opportunities for cybersecurity solutions
ATTEND THE BUSINESS BRIEFING TO
- Learn about upcoming project opportunities
- Understand the cybersecurity objectives of Philippines
- Meet one-on-one with key decision-makers
- Form new business partnerships
- Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT)
- Philippine Senate
- National Security Council (NSC)
- Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)
- Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO)
- Presidential Management Staff (PMS)
- Department of Energy (DOE)
- Department of Budget and Management (DBM)
- Department of Finance (DOF)
- Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) / Central Bank of the Philippines
- Office of the President
In the 2017 Global Cybersecurity Index, the Philippines ranked 37th among 193 members states. The Index is a key international measure of cybersecurity commitment and readiness compiled by the International Telecommunications Union. With the rise of e-commerce and growing integration of ICT and connectivity of critical infrastructure, the number of cybersecurity threats and data breaches has increased each year in the Philippines. Unsecured databases and the exposure of sensitive data remain the largest security risks for the country. The Philippine Government is working to develop and strengthen cybersecurity infrastructure and capabilities. As a global leader in the development and deployment of cybersecurity technologies, the U.S. private sector is poised to help fortify the network infrastructure in the Philippines.
Attendance at this event is limited to U.S. individuals, U.S. firms, or U.S. consultants as defined in USTDA’s Nationality, Source and Origin Requirements, available on USTDA’s website at www.ustda.gov.
For more information, please contact Spencer Cresswell at email@example.com or +1-646-250-7012.