200 local and international exhibitors expected from the following categories:
– Technical Products & Solutions
– Cyber Security Services
– Cyber Security Training Services
Data Leakage (DLP)
Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR)
Security Operations Centre / Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP)
Security Posture Assessment (SPA)
A National Event
1. Received the National Event status after being tabled in Cabinet and approved on 22 Nov 2019.
2. CYDES has been curated based on the Strategies as outlined by the MCSS 2020-2024.
3. Will encapsulate the entire ecosystem covering all Government sectors and across all industries.
Malaysia Cyber Security Strategy 2020 – 2024 (MCSS 2020-2024)
1. The 5 strategic pillars outlined comprises of 12 strategy, 35 action plans and 113 programmes within the strategy’s five-year time-frame.
2. CYDES is one of the Action Plans.
3. Malaysian Government has allocated a budget of RM1.8 billion for the implementation of the initiatives under MCSS 2020-2024.
Cybersecurity in ASEAN: A Huge Market
1. ASEAN’s Internet economy would reach $200 billion by 2025 (Research by Google).
2. A.T. Kearney said ASEAN needs to spend about $171 billion collectively on cybersecurity between 2017 and 2025.
3. Despite the virus throwing ASEAN into a slump, the 2020 study (by Google) pegged the region’s digital economy at $ 100 billion this year and more then $ 300 billion by 2025, which mirrored projections in last year’s report.
B2B / G2B / G2G
All levels of business engagements:
1. G2G (Bilateral meetings)
2. G2B (VIP Delegation Programme)
3. B2B (Biz Matching activities)