Globe myBusiness joins the Philippine Software Industry Association’s 2020

Globe myBusiness is strengthening its information and communications technology (ICT) services by joining 2020: Codetagion, the country’s biggest virtual conference for promoting and celebrating the world-class products and services of the local information technology industry.

Globe myBusiness joins the Philippine Software Industry Association’s 2020

The event discussed key trends in the marketplace, analyzed opportunities and challenges, and focused on the vision of technology as it drives today’s businesses. This year’s theme, “codetagion,” served as a venue to spread actionable ideas and practical solutions.

Globe myBusiness hosted the breakout session “How to Integrate Security Into DevOps with Confidence,” an exciting panel led by Jayden Aung, the Regional Cloud Security Architect of Check Point Software Technologies.

As an industry leader for 13 years, Aung has held multiple roles covering cloud security, security services, application security, and privileged identity management. He has led numerous technical enablement sessions and has joined tech talks about cloud native security in the region. In addition, Aung has developed DevOps-related work around integrating security into CICD pipelines, which have been published on the host GitHub. He has also written articles on DevSecOps.

At the conference, attendees learned from software and design experts from around the world. Guests also have access to exhibitor booths showcasing their latest products and services. They can also meet, chat, and network with industry peers and speakers.

The event was co-organized by the Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA) and the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT).

For more information about the event, visit

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