TeBS Supported Scantist Event: Unlocking Diverse Talent | Cybersecurity
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TeBS Supported Scantist’s Event on Unlocking the Potential of Diverse Talent to Meet Cybersecurity Demand

TeBS proudly supported Scantist’s recent event, “Unlocking the Potential of Diverse Talent to Meet Cybersecurity Demand ” The event aimed to explore career trends in cybersecurity and DevSecOps while highlighting the significance of DevSecOps training in meeting the rising demand for skilled professionals in the field.

Scantist, the event organizer, garnered support from prominent industry players, including SGTech, Geco, and Cybersafe. The event took place at The Meeting Point in Singapore, on Monday, 15 May 2023, evening.

The agenda for the event promised to be insightful, with various informative sessions and discussions. It commenced with registration and networking opportunities, allowing attendees to connect with industry experts and peers. Jeremy Lee, Head of Business Development at Scantist, served as the emcee and delivered the welcome speech.

A keynote presentation by Dr. Liu Yang, CEO of Scantist, shed light on the fundamentals of DevSecOps. Dr. Yang emphasized the importance of integrating DevSecOps practices into organizations, highlighting the benefits of increased efficiency, faster time to market, and improved security posture. He also addressed the potential risks associated with the absence of DevSecOps practices.

The panel discussion, moderated by Jeremy Lee, featured distinguished panelists, including Danny Tan from Total eBiz Solutions, Benny Ong from Geco, Dave Gurbani from Cybersafe, and representatives from AiSP. The discussion delved into the challenges organizations faced in terms of DevSecOps talent, the risks of inadequate skills in this domain, and the key competencies required for successful DevSecOps professionals.

Of special note was the launch of the SGTech Career Conversion Program (CCP) for DevSecOps. SGTech, in collaboration with Scantist, officially introduced the program during the event. Attendees had the opportunity to receive a detailed walkthrough of the program’s requirements, salary support, and application process.

The event concluded with closing remarks and an opportunity for further networking, allowing participants to forge valuable connections and exchange ideas.

TeBS recognized the importance of fostering a diverse talent pool in the cybersecurity sector. By supporting Scantist’s event, TeBS aimed to contribute to the industry’s growth by facilitating the reskilling and upskilling of professionals, ultimately helping companies meet their cybersecurity manpower needs.

The event served as a platform to inspire individuals from various backgrounds to consider a career in cybersecurity and showcased the transformative potential of DevSecOps training. With TeBS’ commitment to driving technological innovation, the company eagerly looked forward to the event and the positive impact it had on the industry as a whole.

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