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(ISC)2 Singapore Chapter 8th Annual General Meeting

  • 11 Nov 2020
  • 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Virtual Meeting online
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  • For (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter Associate Members

    *Only Professional Members are allowed to vote during the AGM
  • For (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter Professional Members

    *Only Professional Members are allowed to vote during the AGM

Dear (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter Professional members,


In accordance with the (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter Constitution, notice is hereby given for the Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held as follows:

Date:  Wednesday, 11 November 2020 

Time:  8:00 PM (Registration/sign-in starts at 7.30 PM)

Venue: Virtual Meeting online via Zoom (Meeting ID and Password will be circulated to registrants 1 day prior to the AGM) 

The agenda for the AGM is as follows:

Pre-Event: Sharing on Physical Security "Red Teaming 101" by member, Mr Dex Yuan will start at 8:00 pm -8:20 pm (Refer to synopsis and speaker info further below)

Follow by AGM event proper - 8:20 pm to 9:00 pm

1.    Confirmation of 7th (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter AGM Minutes

2.     President’s Message

3.     Treasurer’s Report

4.     Election of Auditors

5.      E-voting/ Election of Exco for 2020-2021 

Nominees to be elected (13):

  • 1. Victor Yeo, President 
  • 2. Garion Kong, Vice President
  • 3. Carter Tan, Secretary
  • 4. Zhou Zhi Hou, Vice Secretary
  • 5. Manoj Deepak Wadhwa, Treasurer
  • 6. Joachim, Vice Treasurer 
  • 7. Alice Lee, Membership Chair
  • 8. Neha Malhotra, Director Communication
  • 9. Andre Shori , Ordinary Exco Member
  • 10. Paolo Miranda, Ordinary Exco Member
  • 11. Anthony Lim, Ordinary Exco Member
  • 12. Joseph Koh, Ordinary Exco Member
  • 13. Louis Sin, Ordinary Exco Member
Sub-Committee Volunteers (Co-opted)
  • 1. Eric Wong
  • 2. Melvin Leong
  • 3. Cyril Tan
  • 4. Lim Kwang Leong
  • 5. Lee Wee Lee

6.  Introduction by New Exco Members and Sub-Committee Members

7.  Any Other Matters 

Discussions and Motions

All professional members can raise motions for discussion including changes to the constitution at the AGM if a sufficient number of members are present. 

The AGM is exclusively for (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter professional members in good standing. Associate Members can attend but will not be able to vote.  Please send your enquiries or information requests to secretary@isc2chapter.sg.


The election process for the AGM will be conducted via e-voting through the chapter website's e-voting/polling platform. Authentication and verification of valid member access to the e-voting form will be through the individual member login to the members-only area of the chapter website.

The e-voting link will be shared to the signed-on Professional chapter members on the AGM date.

E-voting process:

1) Make sure to Register for the AGM event by 10 November 2020.

2) Login to the chapter website with your Professional Membership account. You are strongly encouraged to test your login well in advance.

3) Lookout for the e-voting link at the AGM landing page.

4) E-voting instructions will be provided during the AGM.

 Key dates: 

1. Attendee must be a professional member of (ISC)2Singapore Chapter in good standing by this date to vote in AGM as on 18 October 2020. 

2. Nominations started on the 1 Oct and closed on the 18 October 2020. 

3. Final AGM agenda will be published by: 5 November 2020

4. AGM: 11 November 2020

Attached as well is the 2019 Minutes of the Annual General Assembly.


Carter Tan
Secretary | (ISC)2 Singapore Chapter (


Minutes of the 7th (2019) Chapter Annual General Meeting


For security reasons, instructions for joining the virtual event will be sent to registrants one (1) day prior to the event. Please check your email mailbox 

For (ISC)2 members, this is a (ISC)2 Chapter General Meeting event thus 1 CPE hours will be available for your CPE submission under Group A CPE. To facilitate submission of CPE points on your behalf by the local chapter - please identify yourself clearly by renaming yourself as <(ISC)2 membership ID number+ your full name when you sign in or after you've sign in. For example: '123456 Luke SkyWalker'.


Pre-Event: Sharing on Physical Security "Red Teaming 101"

7 Things You Should Know About Physical Red Teaming


Red teaming is a program to test the effectiveness of the implemented security measures. Through the conducted exercises, gaps can be identified, and appropriate enhancement recommended to address the weaknesses. As the program normally involves unannounced exercises, it is also meant to keep the ground security forces alert as the “attack” can occur any time. The red teaming performance can also be a good security metric to measure the performance of the security and use for management reporting.

Red teaming has been successfully implemented in the military and commercial context. For example, it has been implemented by the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) to enhance the security of the airport. In Singapore, the government has also implemented red teaming at various government agencies. Many commercial entities have also benefited from the implementation of the red teaming program. Recognizing the importance and effectiveness of red teaming, the Singapore Police Force has also included red teaming as a criterion in the annual Security Agencies Grading Exercise since 2018.

Join in this webinar to learn what are the 7 things you should know about red teaming.

About the Speaker

Dex Yuan, CISSP, CPP is a security professional with more than 24 years of experience in the public and private security sectors.

He started his career with the Singapore Police Force in 1996. From 2001 to 2007, he held regional security roles with two different MNCs.

In 2008, he joined Resorts World At Sentosa (RWS) as the pioneer team to set up the security of the 1st integrated resort in Singapore. He held various appointments during his stint in RWS and was responsible for the implementation of its Red Teaming program.

He left RWS in 2013 to join SP PowerGrid, one of the largest critical infrastructures in Singapore. As the Deputy Director of Security, he managed the security operations, including its red teaming program.

Dex is currently the Director and principal consultant/trainer with Security 4.0 Pte Ltd which specialises in security training and consultancy.

Dex was the honorary chairman of ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) from 2017 to 2018. He is currently the Assistant Regional Vice President, ASIS Region 13B

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