MANILA, Philippines – Last March 15-16 2016, the Anti-Cybercrime Group (ACG) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) cybercrime unit, in partnership with Philippine Computer Emergency Response Team(PhCert), Philippine Institute of Cyber Security Professionals(PICSPro), Bank Security Management Association (BSMA) and Information Security Officers Group (ISOG) helped hand in hand in organizing the 3rd Cybercrime Summit at the PNP Multi-Purpose Center in Cramp Crame, Quezon City. This two-day event focused on the theme “Sustainable Economy through Cyber Security”. PNP Anti-Cybercrime Group Acting Director, Police Senior Superintendent Guillermo Lorenzo Eleazar welcome the Top Executives and Senior Information Security Officers from Business Sectors, Government, Civil Society, and Academe.
The delegates were informed on the latest forms of cybercrime and how it affects the economy during the summit. There were twenty-three expert resource speakers who shared their thoughts on how businesses can be protected from the harm that these cybercrime can cause. Online Scams, Impact of Intellectual Properties in Cybercrime and Technical Perspective of Cyber Security were the topics that has been given the utmost importance during the seminar. Nonetheless, all the other topics that were discussed are useful especially nowadays that cybercrime has continued to grow and has become a serious problem with an immense effect on individuals, businesses and national economies. There was a panel discussion where delegates were able to provide an opportunity to ask questions to the speakers about cyber security and also, give their different point of view on the said topic.
Having the capacity to protect its clients from the latest threats and risks, Securemetric Philippines participated as a Silver Sponsor on this two-day event. SMPH was able to market and introduce its products and solutions to the attendees as the convention is relevant to the service and product that SMPH offers.
Securemetric Philippines’ Vice-President & Country Manager, Ms. Aimee Asanza who received a plaque of appreciation also had the privilege to award the Samsung A5 handphone to the raffle winner.