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Challenges and Opportunities in Security Digital Payments in ASEAN
by Mr Phoram Mehta
 

Speaker

Mr Phoram Mehta
Head of Information security for PayPal's Asia-Pacific region

DATE 2 August 2019, Friday
VENUE Seminar Room 2-4,
Level 2,
SMU School of Information Systems
80 Stamford Road,
Singapore 178902
PROGRAMME
4.30pm
(Registration)
5.00pm to 6.00pm
(Presentation and Q&A by Mr Phoram Mehta)
 

Synopsis

Leveraging PayPal’s two decades of experience as a two-sided network servicing 200+ markets around the world, Phoram Mehta, The Head of Infosec for PayPal in Asia-Pacific will share how the cybercrime landscape is changing, the impact on regulations in the region as a result. Understanding challenges faced by digital payments ecosystem, especially fintech startups is key to discovering some of the opportunities today considering the growth of mobile, ecommerce and cross-border platforms. The speaker will share some of the recommendations in policy making, standards as well as enterprise best practices for audience to debate and discuss.

 

About the Speaker

Mr. Mehta is the Head of Information security for PayPal's Asia-Pacific region. A seasoned professional and technical leader with 18 years of experience, he has been instrumental in building secure technology solutions for multiple companies across a spectrum of sectors including financial services, healthcare, telecommunication, and government. He has lead projects globally through roles in Security Architecture, Strategic Consulting and Risk Assessments. Mr. Mehta serves on the ISACA Singapore board and has been a speaker at multiple regional conferences like RSA-APAC, CloudSec, etc. He has a Master’s in Computer Science and carries major certifications like CISSP, CISM, CRISC to name a few.

 
 
               
 
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