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Indonesia is currently known as the world’s most vulnerable country that suffers cyber-attacks to their critical infrastructures. The government is working to change the current circumstances and build a stronger cyber defence against the nation’s infrastructures.
We are pleased to bring our annual Cyber Intelligence Asia conference and exhibition to Indonesia for the first time. Our international show will bring together the regions leading cyber security experts to discuss national cyber security strategies, policies, roadmaps as well as the current cybercrimes being faced nationally and across the region.
Cyber Intelligence Asia 2021 is officially supported by the Indonesian Computer Emergency Response Team (ID-CERT) who will provide assistance with key topics that are of great interest to the local government and other South-East Asian countries.
During the 2-day conference you will hear information regarding national cyber security capabilities, cyber training and building awareness, cyber threat intelligence, combating cybercrimes nationally and across South-East Asia, cyber laws, cyber security strategies and police and international cooperation.
Assessment of CyberSecurity Risks of IT Applications during Pandemic
In November 2019, when the world was struck by the Corona virus, Philippines was badly hit among its neighbors in the Southeast Asia region. The government emergency management system was overwhelmed by the nature of the invisible virus.
On the brighter side, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) solutions like the web and mobile applications are perceived to be one of the tools for the governments to aid them in contact tracing, movement of goods, hospital and logistics management, to name a few, during this pandemic. The Philippines, one of the ASEAN member countries that has stringent data privacy law, has faced numerous privacy and security questions from its citizens on how the Philippine government processes and stores the data they collected.
Privacy and CyberSecurity has become one of the important concerns the government is facing during this pandemic. Although various ICT tools are developed and used to aid the government in the fight against COVID19 but the big question coming from citizens is the way how the personal identifiable information (PII) is collected and what agency in the government will store it.
This workshop is projected to share best practices amongst the participants and formulate effective and efficient measures in the assessment of cybersecurity risks and privacy protection of IT applications, contact tracing app to name a few, during pandemic.
Police Brigadier General Slamet Uliandi
Director, Cybercrime Directorate, National Police Force, Indonesia
Md Shah Nuri Md Zain
Chief Executive Officer, National Cyber Security Agency (NACSA), Malaysia
Joey Fontiveros, Commander
Cyber Battalion, Philippine Army
President, Indonesia Computer Emergency Response Team (ID-CERT)
Chairman, Indonesia Security Incident Response Team on Internet Infrastructure/Coordination Center (IDSIRTII)
Executive Vice President, APAC, Cybots Alliance
Doug Witschi, Assistant Director
Cybercrime Threat Response and Cybercrime Operations, Interpol
Head, Cyber Security Division, Sabah State Government, Malaysia
Cybercrime and Cryptocurrency Programme Coordinator, UNODC
Network Security Specialist, Lao Computer Emergency Response Team (LaoCERT)
Professor Lam Kwok Yan
Director, Strategic Centre for Research on Privacy Preserving Technologies and Systems, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore
Researcher, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC), Thailand
Cybersecurity Policy Research Fellow, Pacific Forum, USA
Executive Officer, CyberGuardians
2021 Sponsors and Partners
• Beyond Trust
• Recorded Future
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• 10 times
• 21st Centure Asian Arms Race
• ABI Research for Visionaries
• ASD Events
• Asia Cloud Computing Association
• Big Data Vendors
• Cybersecurity Association
• Cyber Security ASEAN
• Cyber Security Review
• Critical Infrastructure Protection Review
• Data Storage ASEAN
• Global Security Mag
• HOMELAND SECURITY
• Homeland Security Research Corp
• Infosec Conferences
• Military Systems Technology
• Mind Commerce
• My Dear Drone
• Professional Security Magazine
• Security Solutions Watch