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The Chamber of Hong Kong Computer Industry was established in 1998. Being a non-profit making professional body serving for the IT industry, CHKCI currently has more than 700 members companies ranging from retailers to manufacturers in IT industry, including global leaders and small start-ups.

The primary objective of CHKCI is to promote the uses of Information Technology in Hong Kong by accelerating the computer culture, education and business in the local society. Besides, the Chamber dedicates at facilitating the communications between the government and the industry as well as striving for the largest benefits for the industry

During these years, CHKCI has organized various activities like exchange events with the Mainland, Macau & HK, large-scale exhibitions—Hong Kong Computer Festival, Guinness World Record breaking event -- The Largest PCDIY Assembly. Recent years, CHKCI has gotten the ‘Caring Company Award’ , CHKCI really do commitment in caring our employees and community.


The Hong Kong Corporate Counsel Association was established March 2003 as the pioneer association representing in-house lawyers in Hong Kong. The HKCCA provides an efficient and effective range of benefits and services for its members' professional development, including continuing legal education, a platform for networking and the exchange of ideas, information and experiences that are unique to the in-house role. It is  Hong Kong's only association of in-house counsel run for in-house counsel by in-house counsel. We pride ourselves in knowing what in-house counsel want to learn, to hear, to advocate and to participate in, and we believe we know how to organize activities to meet these needs.

We have more than 560 members employed by organizations across a range of industries. Approximately half are members through our highly successful corporate membership scheme which many leading companies have joined.

Our Key Objectives are:

  • To advance legal knowledge of in-house professionals through numerous (primarily CPD accredited) conferences, seminars and other events, and through publications.
  • To foster a dynamic community of professional in-house counsel by providing a platform for local and international networking with other in-house counsel, the exchange of ideas, resources and experiences unique to the in house role.
  • To promote in-house lawyers within the business and legal communities and to the general public.
  • To represent members before constituent law bodies and other forums by providing a unified voice for in-house lawyers.

“ISACA’s China Hong Kong Chapter has a history of 32 years and over 4,000 current members.  Besides supporting ISACA International in its global initiatives, it provides education programmes and networking for members, and works closely with industry peers, business community, government and regulators on IT-related issues.”


(ISC)² is the largest not-for-profit membership body of certified information security professionals worldwide, with nearly 70,000 members in more than 135 countries. Globally recognized as the Gold Standard, (ISC)² issues the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSPÒ) and related concentrations, as well as the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLPÒ), Certified Authorization Professional (CAPÒ), and Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCPÒ) credentials to qualifying candidates. (ISC)²'s certifications are among the first information technology credentials to meet the requirements of ANSI/ISO/IEC Standard 17024. (ISC)² offers education programs and services based on its CBK®, a compendium of information security topics. Visit



to be the prominent body of professional information security practitioners, and utilize our expertise and knowledge to help bring prosperity to the society in the Information Age


  • to facilitate knowledge and information sharing among the PISA members
  • to promote the highest quality of technical and ethical standards to the information security profession
  • to promote best-practices in information security control
  • to promote security awareness to the IT industry and general public in Hong Kong
  • to be the de facto representative body of local information security professionals

ISFS (Information Security and Forensics Society) was registered under the Hong Kong Societies Ordinance in May 2000. Our mission is to advocate and enforce professionalism, integrity and innovation in Information Security and Computer Forensics in Hong Kong and the surrounding region.


  1. To regulate and standardize the practice of information security and forensics professionals;
  2. To conduct examinations and act in such other manner as may be necessary to ascertain whether persons are qualified to be admitted to register as an information security and forensics professional;
  3. To encourage the study of information security and forensics by holding regular training courses and seminars;
  4. To promote public awareness of information security and forensics.

"Through education, innovation and promotion, our vision is to be the leading information security organization in Hong Kong."

The Hong Kong Information Security Group (HKISG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing awareness to the area of information security. The group provides the public with an educational forum, area specific publications and the ability to interact with information security practitioners.  HKISG is committed to promoting confidentiality, integrity and availability in information storage and exchange. The groups aim is to enhance security in information for the benefit of citizens, consumers, private enterprise and public sector organizations.   Click out more at our website


The Hong Kong Internet Service Providers Association (HKISPA) was formed in 1989 and has as its membership the majority of ISPs in Hong Kong. The mission of the HKISPA includes: acting as a discussion forum on Internet related matters, to promote the Internet development in Hong Kong, to promote fair competition and codes of practice, and to work with the government agencies and the public on Internet related issues. Recently, we have released a Code of Practice of Release of Information which to be adopted by Service Providers when working with law enforcement agencies. More information can be obtained at


Hong Kong Wireless Technology Industry Association (WTIA), which was established in 2001, is a non-profit trade association registered in Hong Kong to provide a platform for the wireless-related business to work together to benefit the industry development and growth; with objectives below:

  • Represent and safeguard the interests and opinions of the wireless technology industry to the Government and other international parties
  • Promote the development, usage and awareness of wireless technology applications in Hong Kong
  • Enhance communication and partnership between different types of companies in the wireless technology industry

Advance the professional standards of software and hardware development in wireless technology applications



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