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Best Practice Award on e-Education 2011 (Application Deadline Postponed to 15.09.2011)



Best Practice Award on e-Education 2011 (Application Deadline Postponed to 15.09.2011)

Supported by the Education Bureau, the Best Practice Awards 2011 is open for application from June 2011.

You and your school or organization are cordially invited to join the Best Practice Award this year.

The Best Practice Award on e-Education is the first-of-its-kind campaign related to the education industry in Hong Kong, seeking to recognize and honour the best work practiced in schools and to setup reference model in this field. The Best Practice Award on e-Education is presented to those schools or organizations with outstanding achievements of using ICT in learning, teaching and administration works.

Please kindly refer to the Award factsheet and application form attached for your kind consideration. The deadline is now postponed to 15 September 2011. It will be grateful if you could forward this email to your friends and colleagues in education or IT field for their information too.

For more information about the Award, please go to the official website: http://www.e-education.hk.

Best regards,
e-Education Alliance



 電子教學卓越大獎2011 (更新報名截止日期:15.09.2011)



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Joint Forum: “Risks in Sensitive Information Handling and Disaster Recovery due to recent disasters”



Kindly indicate your interest by return email with your Name, Company Name with title, email address and contact number to Ms. Jolie Wat at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   on or before 7 September 2011. Due to limited capacity, seats will be confirmed on first-come first served basis.

Joint Forum: “Risks in Sensitive Information Handling and

Disaster Recovery due to recent disasters”


In the wake of recent disasters, notably the triple catastrophe in Japan arising from earthquake, tsunami and eventual leakage of radiation from its nuclear plants, many critical operations, data centres and senior corporate executives have been moved to overseas locations, including Hong Kong for business continuity purposes. Although business operations could be effectively recovered, the process of switch-over of IT and operations during disaster recovery may put the data at risk, including customers’ personal data. If data protection measures have not been sufficiently managed upon disaster, enterprises may suffer from various losses such as exposing customer data, losing intellectual property, violating compliances obligations, as well as causing reputational damages.


This forum aims to raise awareness and to find ways to address potential problems in preserving data privacy while maintaining business continuity during disaster.


Details of the Forum

Date: 14 September 2011 (Wednesday)

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Venue: PCPD Conference Room, Room 1301, 13/F., 248 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, HK

Language: English

Admission: Free-of-charge

Mr. Emil Chan

China Managing Director of Greater China Capital; Chairman of Hong Kong IBM User Group; Council Member of iProA;
Mr. Peter Koo
Partner – Enterprises Risk Services, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu – Hong Kong Office;

Director of ISACA ChinaHong Kong Chapter;
Mr. Henry Ng

Head of Professional Services, Verizon Business – Global Services;

Master Trainer of KORNERSTONE Institute; Member of Government’s special task force on information security
Mr. Epsilon Ip

Enterprise Security Architect of Cathay Pacific Group; Director and CISM Coordinator of ISACA ChinaHong Kong Chapter

Event Highlights:

- Common challenges on data privacy and business continuity management

- Recommended measures on personal data protection over business continuity management

- Open discussion on the said topics

Enquiry and Enrollment:

iProA  Tel.: 27780040    Website: http://www.iproa.org

ISACA  Tel.: 81012801  Website: http://www.isaca.org.hk

For more details, please click here

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