Global Head of Corporate Security, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.
Jason Teo is the Global Head of Corporate Security and also Regional Head of Business Continuity Department for Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific Pte Ltd. He joined Infineon Technologies AG (IFX) in 2001. Currently, Jason has global responsibility for corporate security worldwide and in Asia regions, covering Greater China and Japan regions. Jason is responsible for all matters regarding regional risk assessment, business continuity planning, disaster preparedness, disaster recovery, fraud management, supply chain security, crisis management, investigations, brand protection, export controls, environmental health and safety. Jason is also certified as a Business Continuity Certified Expert (BCCE) by BCM Institute.
Jason is also active in private-public collaborations with various associations and authorities in the Asia Pacific region, including China Quality Brand Protection Committee, Business Continuity Management Institute, European Union Chamber of Commerce (EUCCC), and Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), under the World Semiconductor Council (WSC).
Prior to joining Infineon Technologies, Jason worked for the Singapore Police Force from 1994- 2001, last holding the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police. During his service with the Singapore Police Force, he was responsible for various security programs, including security planning for key installations, public governmental buildings, checkpoint security, VVIP protection, and general police investigations. In addition, Jason held critical command posts to oversee airport crisis management during the Silk Air and SQ airplane crashes in the 1990s and was responsible for police readiness against aircraft hijack threats and other national emergency scenarios.