Gain productivity and mitigate internal & third-party risk with the Zero Trust approach

18th March 2021, Singapore

Virtual Event Series

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Date: Thursday, 18th March 2021

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am (SGT)




Synopsis and overview of the session

“Humans are the most responsible for security breaches”, says the hackers. Vendors, contractors and even your trusted teammates could be compromised and become the loophole of your well-designed infrastructure under the “Breach one, Breach all” rule, especially under this skyrocket growth of cyberattacks. However, setting up too many hurdles for partners and placing dozens of operation policies would slow down your business.

Focus Network, in partnership with SSH Communications Security will be bringing leading IT security executives to discuss how your organisation could benefit from the Zero Trust approach including:

  • Reduce costs with a simplified IT
  • Mitigate internal risk
  • Protect your data from cyber criminals
  • Increase user productivity
  • Minimize cyber fatigue of your team



Ricky HO, Vice President, APAC, SSH Communications Security

Ricky Ho is the Vice President of SSH.COM in the APAC region and is responsible for business development and sales within the region.

Prior to joining SSH.COM, Ricky has built a remarkable career in information security in the APAC region, and was the Regional Director at McAfee for the Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau markets. In this role, Ricky was responsible for developing the regional sales and marketing strategy, expanding the channel community, and managing customer satisfaction. Before joining McAfee, Ricky served as the regional Managing Director in companies such as TippingPoint and Fortinet. He has also served as the Country Manager of NetApp.

Ricky holds a bachelor’s degree in Science and Business with honors from the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Canada.


Raymond MA, SE Director, APAC, SSH Communications Security

Raymond Ma, the SE Director of SSH Communications Security covering Asia Pacific region, is responsible for managing the pre-sales & post-sales services within the region.

Prior to his position at SSH, Ma has a strong background in information security. Ma was the Solutions Consultant at Cyberworld (Asia) Limited covering Hong Kong and Macau since 2010. In his role, Ma was responsible for providing pre-sales support for various security solutions, including APT, network, endpoint & cloud security in Hong Kong and Macau. Ma also served as Solutions Specialist of Hong Kong Telecommunications Limited for few years.

Ma received a bachelor’s degree in Electronic & Communications Engineering with honors, from University of Hong Kong.

About SSH Communications Security

With our software solutions, companies can orchestrate & monitor privileged access to their mission-critical data and safeguard encrypted data whenever it is in transit.

SSH Communications Security is the market leader in developing advanced security solutions that enable, monitor and manage encrypted networks.

In 1995, the company’s founder, Tatu Ylönen, invented the Secure Shell protocol, which soon became the gold standard for data-in-transit security. Today Secure Shell is one of the most widely used protocols in the world and SSH Communications Security has grown to serve over 3,000 customers around the globe.

Throughout our history, we have developed leading edge security solutions that enable organizations to protect against a rapidly growing threat landscape that includes both internal and external actors. Our platform based approach to Secure Shell deployment and management provides the only solution on the market that addresses the need for security, compliance and operational efficiency in today’s complex enterprise environments.


Agenda at a glance

3:30 pm – 4:00 pm – Registration & networking

4.00 pm – 4.05pm – Welcome address

4.05 pm – 5.15pm – 3 course lunch served4.05 pm – 4.45pm – Embracing disruption in the financial services industry: A Privacy versus Security conundrum – Amanda Chan, BlackBerry

4.45 pm – 5.15pm – Demo

5.15pm – 5.45pm – Discussion

5.45 pm – 6pm – Closing remarks

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