Tony Jarvis, Check Point Software Technologies

Tony Jarvis, Check Point Software Technologies

27 August 2019
What is Zero Trust Security & Why We Should Care
An ever-evolving IT environment and cyber-threat landscape have made legacy security infrastructures ineffective. Based on the outdated assumption that anything within the security perimeter can be trusted, they leave organisations exposed to cyber-attacks. Across the industry, security professionals are designing and rebuilding their strategies around a Zero Trust approach, one that trusts no user, device or system, neither inside nor outside the perimeter.Tony Jarvis, Chief Technology Officer, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa at Check Point Software Technologies tells us why we should care about this Zero Trust approach.

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22 July 2019
First Things First: Public sector rolls out measures to ensure safety of personal data
Last Monday, 13 new technical measures were announced by a new Public Sector Data Security Review Committee, which was convened by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in April this year. The measures, developed after a spate of data breaches in the past year, were issued after a government-wide stocktake of how data was managed at five key agencies here handling medical and financial data of citizens. We look at some of the ways to better manage third-party vendors and train public servants on data security practices to prepare Singapore for a safer digital future. Tony Jarvis, Chief Technology Officer, APAC, Middle East and Africa, Check Point Software Technologies shares more.

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Data breach from IOT medical devices
The proliferation of IoT medical devices (IoMT) will increase security vulnerability in hospitals and clinics. Currently, cyber attacks on hospitals occur on an almost weekly basis. What does mean for hospitals and your personal medical data if you’ve been fitted with an IoT medical device? And how can hospitals better protect themselves or eliminate this problem? We find out from Tony Jarvis, CTO of APAC at Check Point Software Technologies.

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