Thursday, October 29, 2020

DECODE will have a 3-day virtual conference in 2 weeks

International experts and IT Professionals from all over the Philippines will be gathered virtually on November 10 to 12, 2020 for DECODE - the premier cybersecurity conference in the Philippines. 

This conference is organized by Trend Micro Inc., a global leader in cybersecurity and this year’s theme, “ELEVATE! Transform Rapidly, Seamlessly, Securely,” calls for transformation in the cyber industry with the rise of new threats concerning organizations.

Experts from all over the world will discuss the developments in the cyberworld. Panels of tech experts will be there to talk about Cybercrime, Data Protection and Privacy, Online Threats, AI (Artificial Intelligence), and more.

DECODE 2020 aims to share to local technology professionals industry trends and new tech in order to empower them to secure the digital infrastructures of their organizations, as well as to inspire them to embark on a continuous learning journey.

This virtual conference is open to IT professionals from different industries for FREE. Aside from its regular sessions, participants will have the chance to interact with the speakers at the networking lounge during breaks.

Trend Micro started this annual cybersecurity conference in 2017 — previously held in Manila — with one common goal which is to spread awareness about the trends in the cyber world. The company has been organizing the conference to augment the cybersecurity skills gap in the Philippines and maintain its expertise in the industry.

To know more about DECODE 2020 and to secure your slot for free, visit  


Monday, October 26, 2020

Cagayan Waterworks Tank - Cagayan de Oro Landmark

The Cagayan Waterworks Tank or the Cagayan de Oro Water Tower is the oldest public structure in Cagayan de Oro City. It survived the carpet bombing of the Americans during World War II. Built in 1921 as the water reservoir of then Cagayan de Misamis with water coming from Malasag Hills. It used to supply water to the residents in town and was the source of water for the fire brigade. This is now the City Museum and located just a few steps from the Gaston Park and the City Hall.