How to keep your business safe under the Personal Data Protection Act – PDPA – Speakers

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Prof Ang Peng Hwa, Nanyang Technological

Peng Hwa is a faculty member of Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information. His area of research is internet governance and media law and policy. He currently serves as chairman of the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), Director of the Singapore Internet Research Centre (SiRC) as well as President of the Internet Society Singapore Chapter.


Mr Lim Kian Kim, Singapore Cloud Forum

Lim Kian Kim is currently President of Singapore Cloud Forum, an association for cloud computing professionals. He contributes regularly to Global Privacy Advisors, the newsletter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). He is also the chapter author of Singapore in Global Privacy & Security Law Reference, Aspen Publishers , and an editorial board member of The Journal of Information Privacy & Security (JIPS), University of Wisconsin at White-water.

He was formerly the Chief Privacy Officer/Corporate Counsel (Asia Pacific) for a US healthcare research company and is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Monash University and National University of Singapore, and holds professional certifications in information security and conflict management.


Mr Benjamin Ang, Temasek Republic

Benjamin is a lecturer with Temasek Polytechnic focusing his teaching in intellectual property law. He started his career as a litigation lawyer, but later took up various roles in administrative, technology/legal technology and as legal counsel. He publishes articles and speaks at regional conferences on law and technology.


Mr Amos Tan, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA)

Mr Amos Tan is currently the Director for Government ICT Strategy & Performance Management; and Director for Communications and Operations, PDPC. He has more than 15 years of infocomm experience in the public sector.  In his career, Mr Tan had worked in several government agencies, responsible for their infocomm master planning; applications deployment; and technical infrastructure implementation. He also led the development of the eGov2015 master plan and had also spent time in the middle-east with foreign governments like the Kuwaiti, Qatari governments on their e-government programmes.

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