The Final Countdown to CCoP 2.0

Cybersecurity Code of Practice

CSA’s CCOP 2.0 for CII (Cybersecurity Code of Practice for Critical Information Infrastructure) introduces new areas that CII needs to comply with by 4 July 2023. This edition aims to improve cybersecurity capabilities within the CII sectors, which are facing increasingly sophisticated attack tactics, techniques and procedures.


Are you ready for CCoP 2.0? In our final countdown session, we will dissect the CCoP 2.0 requirements addressing network security, database security, cryptographic key management and also how you can enable automation in CCoP 2.0 specific requirements and guidance on how to achieve compliance.


Bonus Highlights: Hear from our guest speaker from SP Group on the challenges and obstacles faced when implementing CCoP 2.0 and how you will be able to overcome them. Onn Chee from Rajah & Tann Cybersecurity will also be walking through the CCoP 2.0, highlighting the relevant changes and additional controls.

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anand founder and ceo appviewx

Anand Purusothaman

Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Board Member, AppViewX


App Centric Crypto and Identity Management


Jonathan Chin

BD Manager (OT Cybersecurity), Fortinet


CCoP V2: Achieving Compliance through Fortinet and the Fortinet Ecosystem


Jiehe Wang

ASEAN Senior Security Consultant, Imperva


Streamline Compliance with CSA’s CCoP 2.0 Regulations: Database Security Use Cases

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Yoke Chye Wong

Director – Head Security Compliance & Assurance, SP Group


CCoP 2.0 Insights and Challenges


Onn Chee Wong

CEO, Rajah & Tann Cybersecurity


Complying with Cybersecurity Code of Practice 2.0

About the speaker - Anand Purusothaman
Anand has more than 15 years of experience in the IT industry, specifically in product design and development. Prior to founding AppViewX, he was a key technologist in various startups, notably the online trading platform Tradeweb, where he spearheaded product development of trading and post-trade systems. The platform saw a total trade volume that surpassed $100 trillion, and later Tradeweb was acquired by Thomson Financials.
Beyond product engineering experience, Anand is a visionary leader and has mentored and groomed various teams in multiple business practice areas. He travels globally and builds relationships, promoting the business and conducting socioeconomic reforms.
He actively engages in corporate social responsibility initiatives, adopts villages, and drives the villages toward a self-sufficiency model. Anand holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering – Human Factors from Clemson University.
About the speaker - Jonathan Chin
Jonathan has over 20 years of experience in the engineering (OT) industry, spearheading strategy formulation with enterprises in their digital and technology transformation journeys.
With deep insights into automation, electrical, and telecommunications technologies within the marine, oil and gas, and power plant industries, Jonathan is always ready to provide valuable insights to help tech leaders in protecting and future-proofing their businesses.
Jonathan is deeply passionate about all aspects of IT/OT convergence, having served as a trusted advisor for IT infrastructure in an OT environment and, more recently, cybersecurity in an OT environment.
About the speaker - Jiehe Wang
Jiehe has over 10 years of experience in the areas of IT security industry. He is currently the ASEAN Senior Sales Engineer at Imperva. In Imperva, he is responsible for security consultancy services and designing security architecture for application and data within the IT environment. In this role, Jiehe works extensively with large enterprises particularly within the FSI, Manufacturing and Government within the ASEAN marketing to secure their critical assets.
Based out of Singapore, Jiehe holds an Honors degree from Nanyang Technology University majoring in Computer Engineering and holds professional certifications in the areas of Network & Security. He is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
About the speaker - Yoke Chye Wang
Yoke Chye is the Director in Singapore Power Private Limited, managing critical information infrastructure. He has more than 20 years of experience and expertise in the area of risk management across different field and industries.Previously, he was the Regional Manager with Syngenta, managing the portfolio and programme risk. Yoke Chye started his career with Singapore Technologies before joining Vestas Technologies as a project manager managing OT projects.
Yoke Chye’s professional certification include Six Sigma Black Belt, PMP, PERM, CPRM, CRISC, CISA, CGEIT and ACTA.  He also sits on the Tampines Town Council as a council member and the chairperson of communication working group in Tampines GRC.
Yoke Chye holds a Master in Business Administration and Master of Science Degree on Industrial and System Engineering from the National University of Singapore.
About the speaker - Onn Chee Wong
Onn Chee is currently working as the Chief Executive Officer of Rajah & Tann Cybersecurity and the Technical Director of Rajah & Tann Technologies with more than 22 years of experience in cybersecurity field and has been involved in the security assessment and advisory of major nation-wide IT systems in Singapore. His areas of expertise include information leakage protection, web/cloud security and security strategy.
Onn Chee is also one of the coinventors for at least six international PCT patent rights (, besides several US, EU and Singapore patents. For critical information infrastructure, he has performed security assessment of major transport systems against NIST SP 800-53r4 and other applicable security benchmarks, and performed risk assessment and developed incident response playbooks for major media industry player.