"Cybercrime threat is very real and is a widespread challenge faced by all countries. Together, we must be resilient at all times." - stated Sri Acryl Sani bin Abdullah Sani, Malysia's Inspector General of Police speaking on the growing of cybercrime cases.
The need for regional collaboration in cybersecurity has never been greater. Cybercrimes and information security incidences are increasing at an alarming rate with more sophisticated threats created each day.
Low levels of awareness, shortage of skilled workforce and the knowledge gap remain to be the top three main challenges faced by many government and corporate organizations.
The Cybersecurity Exhibition & Conference held at Defence Service Asia Exhibition and Conference (DSA) NATSEC 2022 is a hybrid event that gathers defence & security professionals to network, connect and gain deep insights into the latest development in the industry to stay ahead of emerging trends.
Hosted, supported and co-organised by the Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Home Affairs of Malaysia, DSA is the biggest and most efficiently organized Defence and Homeland Security show in Asia showcasing the world’s most advanced technologies, systems, hardware and electronic warfare that the market has to offer. DSA has already reached three decades since its inception in 1988, marking an impressive in the defence and security show industry.
With 30 years of experience in its grasp, this extraordinary event will showcase some of the world’s most sophisticated technologies, hardware and electronic warfare in Land, Air and Sea Defence, Homeland Security, Combat robotics, Cyber Defence and Security, HADR, UAVs, Battlefield medicine.
The 17th edition of DSA (DSA 2022) will take place from 28-31 March 2022 at Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) in Kuala Lumpur. Registration is now available through the Defence Service Asia Exhibition and Conference website.