July 30 – August 1, 2024Location: Putrajaya International Convention Centre, Putrajaya, Malaysia

Join us at the inaugural NACSA Cybersecurity Summit (NCSS) from 30th July to 1st August 2024, which will take place at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC) in Putrajaya. Under the theme “Unified Efforts for a Secure and Resilient Malaysia,” this premier, invitation-only event which is organised by the National Cyber Security Agency, Malaysia (NACSA) and co-organised by Alpine Integrated Solution Sdn Bhd, aims to convene top-tier professionals from various sectors for a comprehensive discussion on the current state of cybersecurity affairs.

The NCSS 2024 targets senior executives and CISOs, emphasizing Critical National Information Infrastructure (CNII)’s role in national security through educational initiatives. It focuses on actionable cybersecurity solutions and best practices, essential for protecting critical infrastructure. The summit provides strategic insights to develop effective cybersecurity strategies. Highlighted sessions cover NACSA’s pivotal role as a cybersecurity regulator, aligning with the Malaysia Cyber Security Bill 2024. This legislation likely aims to enhance national cyber resilience, define regulatory frameworks, and specify agency roles in safeguarding critical information infrastructure. The NCSS themes complement the bill’s objectives, emphasizing collaboration and education for robust cybersecurity measures in Malaysia.

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to network with peers, learn from leading experts, and engage in solution-oriented discussions that will empower your cybersecurity initiatives. Secure your place at NCSS for a transformative experience that will elevate your approach to cybersecurity in the evolving digital landscape.

For more details and to request an invitation, visit NACSA Cybersecurity Summit 2024 web page at

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