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HPC CYBERSECURITY

Date: 25 February 2020, Tuesday
Time: 1.30PM – 7PM
Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, Level 3

 

Abstract

Cybersecurity for High-Performance Computing (HPC) is an important topic as HPC infrastructure will be the processing
workhorse for Smart Nation computational workloads such as modeling and simulation and digital twins.
Traditional HPC infrastructure is set up differently from enterprise servers and thus, it is important that the
cybersecurity community understands Supercomputing, Quantum-computing and AI and the appropriate security measures. 
This will be aligned with the theme of this year’s SupercomputingAsia 2020 which is “HPC Empowering Intelligent Cities”.
As such, the HPC Cybersecurity workshop will address such topics which are both current and upcoming.
We are privileged to have thought leaders in Cybersecurity to join us for this half-day afternoon session and provide their insights.
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The inaugural HPC Cybersecurity Workshop is organised by the Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + International Studies (CSCIS)
and the National Supercomputing Centre Singapore, and colocated with the SCA2020.   
 

Agenda

  Time Topic Presented by:  
09:00 ~ 12:30 SCA20 Opening Ceremony
12:30 ~ 13:30 Lunch*
13:30 ~ 13:50 Inaugural HPC Cybersecurity Workshop Opening
13:50 ~ 14:20 Introduction to HPC & Cybersecurity   NSCC & CSCIS
14:20 ~ 14:40
Hyperscaled Security for High Performance Computing
  Mr. Gary Gardiner,
  Head of Security Engineering,
  APAC, Check Point Software
  Technologies
14:40 ~ 15:00
Why Advanced Threat Visibility is a Top Priority for HPC?
  Mr Muthukumar Natarajan,
  Principal Engineer, Trend Micro
15:00 ~ 15:20
Revolutionizing Security at the Edge
  Mr Ashrut Ambastha,
  Senior Staff of Solution Architect,
  Mellanox
15:20 ~ 1600
Tea Break*
16:00 ~ 16:40 Panel Discussion
Is there a need for HPC?
  Moderator:
  Mr Raju Chellam,
  Fellow: Singapore Computer Society
  & Vice Chair SGTech Cloud & Data

  Panelist:
  Mr Gary Gardiner,
  Mr Muthukumar Natarajan,
  Mr Ariel Levanon

16:40 ~ 1700 Case Study: Quantum Key Distribution Project   Dr Goh Koon Tong, 
  Research Fellow, National 
  University of Singapore (NUS)
17:00 ~ 17:20 Update on Quantum-safe Cryptography   Mr Joe Leu,
  CyberSecurity Specialist,
  IBM Security
17:20 ~ 17:30 Closing
17:30 ~ 19:00 Lucky Draw, Closing & Networking Session* 
(Schedule is subject to change.)
*Note that lunch and tea break will be provided as part of the Workshop. There will also be lucky draw prizes at the end of the session. 
Please also stay back for the networking session where wine will be provided on first come first served basis (coupons).
Coupons will be issued at start of the workshop at 1.30pm.
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To register, click here (1-day pass)
 
For delegates with the promo code, register here (day pass of $300 waived)
 
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