First Meeting on Singapore Joint Cyber Security Working Group

Venue : Cyber Security Agency of Singapore, 5 Maxwell Road, Level 3, Tower Block, MND Complex, Singapore 069110

Date : June 06, 2018

Time : 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Price : $0.00

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AmCham Singapore, in partnership with US-ASEAN Business Council, BSA, US Embassy Singapore, and the Cybersecurity Agency of Singapore, is pleased to invite you to the first meeting of the Singapore Joint Cyber Security Working Group. 

Space is limited. Participation is limited to ONE representative per company on a first-come-first-served basis.

Please RSVP by COB
May 25 to Nathan at  

The Singapore Joint Cyber Security Working Group (JCSWG) is a collaboration between Singapore's Cyber Security Agency (CSA), the U.S. Embassy in Singapore, and the U.S. private sector (as represented by AmCham Singapore, BSA, and the Council) industry and trade associations. This first meeting will focus on "ASEAN Cyber Security Capacity Building and Ecosystem Development" with presentations by CSA and the U.S. Embassy on capacity building initiatives and potential partnership opportunities.

There will be a 45-60 min session for industry representatives to share perspectives and information on ASEAN cybersecurity development. This could include companies’ respective capacity building programs in the region, and potential gaps and needs in the cybersecurity regimes of ASEAN countries.

If you are interested in making a brief presentation, please contact Nathan C.O.B. May 25. Note that there will be a planning call for all speakers on May 30 at 10:00 – 11:00 AM. 

Participants will also consider themes for future meetings and decide on a tentative schedule for the remainder of 2018.


In order to increase cooperation on cybersecurity, the U.S. Embassy in Singapore proposed a Joint Cyber Security Working Group (the JCSWG) to the CSASingapore’s Cyber Security Agency and the U.S. private sector. The goal of the JCSWG is to improve ASEAN cybersecurity practices and develop the cybersecurity ecosystem. In particular, the JCSWG aims to develop consistent and productive cyber policy, coordinate capacity building initiatives, and identify regional public and private priorities among governments and the private sector.

The JCSWG will meet regularly to discuss both regional and domestic issues ranging from regulatory proposals, capacity building programs, promotion of cyber norms, and other approaches such as best practice exchanges for improving cybersecurity in ASEAN. 

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