Why Attend?

  • Analyse the cybercrimes faced in Asia-Pacific
  • Understand the importance of threat intelligence to combat cybercrimes
  • Discuss the national cyber security strategies and policies in Asia
  • Review the latest technologies used to protect critical infrastructures
  • Network with leading officials from across Asia-Pacific

Cyber Intelligence Asia 2019

Bangkok, Thailand
27th February 2019 - 28th February 2019

National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC)





The National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) was established on 16 September 1986 under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Energy (the former name of the Ministry of Science and Technology). On 30 December 1991, following the enactment of the Science and Technology Development Act of 1991, NECTEC was transformed into a national technology center under the National Science and Technology Development Agency, Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand.

At present, NECTEC is a statutory government organisation with its main responsibilities of undertaking, supporting and promoting the research and development of electronics and computer technologies. NECTEC also provides a linkage between research communities and industries through the established industrial clusters and programmes.

“Being a core organisation collaborating in R&D of electronics and computer technologies for strengthening the sustainability of Thai industries and the sufficiency society”


  • Research, development, design and engineering
  • Technology transfer to industries and communities
  • Human resource development
  • Policy research and industrial intelligence and knowledge infrastructure

The primary goals of NECTEC are to serve demands of the country in several sectors as well as to collaborate in research, development and innovation aimed to create national competitiveness in both regional and global levels. NECTEC achieves these goals through the following strategies:

  • Increasing the national competitiveness by building the capacity and strength of the industrial sector and society in the country related to electronics and computer technologies;
  • Increasing the organisational capacity and technological infrastructure of the country by creating knowledge in electronics and computer technologies and strengthening the research, development and innovation into the international level.