Lee Fook Sun
ST Electronics


Mr Lee Fook Sun joined Singapore Technologies Electronics Limited (ST Electronics) in December 2000 and held several senior management appointments including President of Defence and International Business, Deputy President, Operations and President, Defence Business. He was appointed President of ST Electronics on 15 August 2009.

On 1 December 2014, Mr Lee was appointed Deputy CEO of Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd, a role he holds concurrently with President of Defence Business for the Singapore Technologies Engineering Group. In this new position, Mr Lee will explore additional synergies across the Group’s four business sectors.

Mr Lee holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a Master of Arts (Engineering Science) from the University of Oxford (UK) and attended the Stanford University Executive Programme. Mr Lee is also the Chairman of the Singapore Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and has been a Board Member of BCA since 2011.

Mr Lee served in the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) as Director of Joint Intelligence Directorate from 1996 to 2000. Over the years while serving in MINDEF and the Singapore Armed Forces, he held various positions such as the Director of Military Security Department and Assistant Chief of General Staff (Logistics).

During his career in the Singapore Armed Forces, Mr Lee was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Military), for the Gold and Silver categories and the SAF Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (22 years). He held the rank of Brigadier-General when he retired from active military service.

Mr Lee is married and has two children.


Building A Cyber Security Collaboration Framework in Singapore


With the drive towards Smart Nation and with Authorities keen in leading Singaporeans towards a new age of Business Digitalization, there has been a tremendous growth in demand from business owners to equip themselves with the necessary and suitable Cyber Defence solutions to complement their technological developments. The speaker shall share his views on understanding of the current Cyber Security Capability Landscape and the culture of innovation for indigenous cyber security technologies. He will discuss and challenge the mindset and thinking with a suggestion on creating and building a Singapore eco-system riding on a Collaboration Framework to build capabilities within Singapore. He will explain how this will play an essential role behind several successful partnerships and innovations. He shall also further elaborate on the positions of the three main stakeholders involved in this Framework: the government, the industrial solution providers and business owners. There has never been a more pressing time than Year 2016 for such collaborations to happen.