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Seminar on “IT Governance & Strategies for NGOs: Trends, Risks & Opportunities”

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Co-organized with Information Technology Resource Centre, the seminar on “IT Governance & Strategies for NGOs: Trends, Risks & Opportunities” was held with success on 30 June.

The presentation materials have been made available:
·  IT Governance and Risk Oversight of NGO Boards
·  Latest IT Trends and Implications for NGOs’ Information Security Policies
·  Case Sharing on Aligning IT Strategies with Organization Goals: The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation
·  Case Sharing on Aligning IT Strategies with Organization Goals: The Boys’ & Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong
·  Case Sharing on Aligning IT Strategies with Organization Goals: The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association

 

Facilitated by Mr Tony Lee, General Manager, Information Technology Resource Centre, HKCSS, the five speakers chatted on ‘IT Governance & Strategies for NGOs: Trends, Risks & Opportunities’. From the left: 	Dr Edith Mok, Vice-Chairperson, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation 	Mr Michael Leung, Chairman, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association 	Mr Philip Leung, Chairman, Information Technology Committee, The Boys’ & Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong 	Mr David Zhou, Senior Program Manager, Information Security, Security & Trust Office, Cisco 	Mr Bernard Kan, Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre 	Mr Tony Lee, General Manager, Information Technology Resource Centre, HKCSS  

Facilitated by Mr Tony Lee, General Manager, Information Technology Resource Centre, HKCSS, the five speakers chatted on "IT Governance & Strategies for NGOs: Trends, Risks & Opportunities". From the left:

  • Dr Edith Mok, Vice-Chairperson, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation
  • Mr Michael Leung, Chairman, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association
  • Mr Philip Leung, Chairman, Information Technology Committee, The Boys’ & Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong
  • Mr David Zhou, Senior Program Manager, Information Security, Security & Trust Office, Cisco
  • Mr Bernard Kan, Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre
  • Mr Tony Lee, General Manager, Information Technology Resource Centre, HKCSS

 

   

Mr Bernard Kan, Senior Consultant, Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre, Hong Kong Productivity Council presented on “IT Governance and Risk Oversight of NGO Boards”. He covered recent cyber threats for enterprises, cyber security concepts, and best cyber security practices.

 

Mr Bernard Kan, Senior Consultant, Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre, Hong Kong Productivity Council presented on “IT Governance and Risk Oversight of NGO Boards”. He covered recent cyber threats for enterprises, cyber security concepts, and best cyber security practices.

 

 

 

Mr David Zhou, Senior Program Manager, Information Security, Security & Trust Office, Cisco talked about the evolution of cyber criminals, and shared on Cisco’s experience with tackling cyber crimes.

 

Mr David Zhou, Senior Program Manager, Information Security, Security & Trust Office, Cisco talked about the evolution of cyber criminals, and shared on Cisco’s experience with tackling cyber crimes.

 

 

 

Dr Edith Mok, Vice-Chairperson, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation expounded on The Society’s Information and communication technology (ICT) governance structure, and one of its strategies to “harness information and technology as an enabler for service planning, development, management and review”.  

Dr Edith Mok, Vice-Chairperson, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation expounded on The Society’s Information and communication technology (ICT) governance structure, and one of its strategies to “harness information and technology as an enabler for service planning, development, management and review”.

     

Mr Philip Leung, Chairman, Information Technology Committee, The Boys’ & Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong (BGCA) exemplified the aims, implementation and benefits of good IT governance with BGCA’s experience and practices.

 

Mr Philip Leung, Chairman, Information Technology Committee, The Boys’ & Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong (BGCA) exemplified the aims, implementation and benefits of good IT governance with BGCA’s experience and practices.

 

 

 

Mr Michael Leung, Chairman, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association talked about how The Association as a relatively small organization meets the challenges and the opportunities with regard to IT governance.

 

Mr Michael Leung, Chairman, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association talked about how The Association as a relatively small organization meets the challenges and the opportunities with regard to IT governance.

     
From the left: Mr Michael Leung, Chairman, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association 	Mr Philip Leung, Chairman, Information Technology Committee, The Boys’ & Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong 	Dr Edith Mok, Vice-Chairperson, Executive Council, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation 	Mr David Zhou, Senior Program Manager, Information Security, Security & Trust Office, Cisco 	Mr Bernard Kan, Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre 	Mr Cliff Choi, Business Director, HKCSS 	Mr Tony Lee, General Manager, Information Technology Resource Centre, HKCSS  

 

Mr Cliff Choi, Business Director, HKCSS (second from right) presented souvenirs to speakers as a token of thanks.

From the left: Mr Michael Leung, Mr Philip Leung, Dr Edith Mok, Mr David Zhou, Mr Bernard Kan, Mr Cliff Choi, and Mr Tony Lee