Cyber security is recognized as an important issue in the Asia Pacific Region. The Asia Pacific Cyber Security Market is expected to grow to $32.95 billion by 2019, with an expected CAGR of 14.1 percent for the period 2013-2019, according to International Data Corporation (IDC) and the National University of Singapore. Cyber Security market in the Asia-Pacific region has grown at a CAGR of 15.15 percent over the period 2014-2019. Spurred by private sector awareness, political turmoil, and cybercrime, Asia-Pacific organizations will spend $22 billion on critical infrastructure technologies by 2020.The private sector – highly developed, economically lucrative, and a prime target for the theft of intellectual property, blackmail, phishing, and identity theft – is investing in cyber security in nations such as China, Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and Singapore. These markets have been slow to produce comprehensive national cyber security strategies and to implement the necessary legal frameworks for security and critical infrastructure protection. In order to achieve high levels of cyber security, public and private stakeholders need to be equipped with the capacity to effectively prevent, mitigate and respond to cyber-attacks and incidents and also have the proper legal frameworks and necessary infrastructure to implement them.In view of the current scenario, Nispana proudly announces the APAC Cyber Security Summit scheduled on the 14 & 15 April 2015 at the J.W. Mariott, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia in association with Cyber Security Malaysia. This exclusive two day summit is designed to convene thought leaders from the region and across the globe to explore the current cyber threats and risk management. This is the largest gathering for Information Security Leaders all across Asia Pacific. Attendees will learn how to equip themselves with the many types of tools and resources available to identify cyber threats. Participants will discuss opportunities to spur collaboration and develop partnerships to share best practices, promote stronger adherence to security standards to shape the future of cyberspace to be inherently more secure.