HKT and Palo Alto Networks team up to offer next generation cybersecurity to Hong Kong businesses

According to the Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre (HKCERT), there was a 55% year-on-year rise in security incident reports received in 2018, compared to the previous year.

HKT, Hong Kong’s premier telecommunications service provider, and Palo Alto Networks, the global cybersecurity leader, aims to provide organizations in Hong Kong real-time, round-the-clock security protection to keep pace with the latest cyberthreats and prevent cyberattacks.

You are invited to attend a press briefing to hear the details from Alvin Wong, vice president, CPE Business, HKT and Wickie Fung, general manager, Hong Kong and Macau from Palo Alto Networks.

Following the briefing there will be an opportunity for media to see a Cyber Arena; an interactive cybersecurity workshop to learn about the very latest security strategies and techniques.

The details are as follows:

Date:  Thursday, 28 March 2019
Time: 2:45pm – 4:15pm (media registration starts at 2:45pm)
Venue:           The Mira Hong Kong
Ballroom 3, 18/F, 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 
Hong Kong
 

 

Note: On the same day, the Palo Alto Networks Cloud Security Summit – a half day cloud security conference and exhibition – will take place at The Mira Hotel. Media are welcome to join the keynote presentation. Please click here for more information.

Please RSVP on or before Wednesday, 27 March 2019.

Issued on behalf of HKT and Palo Alto Networks by Newell Public Relations.

For RSVP and enquiries, please contact:

Catherine Tsang:        (852) 2117 5018 / 9622 8407catherinet@newell.com

Sanice Shum:             (852) 2117 5002 / 6224 2417sanices@newell.com

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