The exclusive cybersecurity conference, ‘Indonesia Security Summit 2018’, will take place on the 4th and 5th of September this year at the JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta. More than 300 cybersecurity experts, including 25+ high profile speakers have confirmed their participation for this upcoming event organised by Tradepass.
The two-day event will serve as a key meeting and networking platform for senior information security, risk, forensics, compliance, cyber law and law enforcement professionals from Indonesia.
The remarkable speaker line-up includes Mr. Asep Chaerudin, Deputy of Prevention and Recovery, BSSN, Br. Gen Dr. Winston Tommy Watuliu, CID (Cybercrime), Indonesian Government, Mr. Muhammad Neil El Himam, Director of ICT Infrastructure Creative Economy Agency (BEKRAF), Mr. Muhammad Salahuddien, Vice Chairman Security Operation Indonesia Security Incident Response Team (IdSIRTII/CC), Mr. Kristiono Setyadi, CTO, Jakarta Post, Mr. Setiaji Setiaji, Head, Jakarta Smart City, Mr. Faisal Yahya, Head IT, Cybersecurity & Insurance Enterprise Architect and many more.
Mr. Sudhir Jena, Director of Tradepass, said, “With the cybersecurity industry undergoing a rapid transformation in Indonesia, we are thrilled to have some of the most notable speakers from within this market and across the globe participate in the summit. These industry experts will discuss and share insights on the advancements in cybersecurity technology, security outlook for Indonesia, along with the best practices implemented.”
Palo Alto Networks, Akamai, Senetas, Salt Group, Parasoft, Barracuda Networks, Highloadlab, Arcon, Dtex Systems, Anabatic Technologies, Seraphim, Arthatel, Sophos, Virtus Indonesia, Magnet Forensics, CSC, Telkomtelstra and Halo Data are among the top companies who will showcase their cybersecurity solutions at ISS 2018 with Macquarie University as the official education partner.
Representatives from more than 150 companies, including Government bodies like the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), Indonesian Air Force, Indonesian National Police, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Directorate of Cybercrime, Indonesian National Armed Forces, are scheduled to attend this phenomenal event.
ISS 2018 will witness interesting presentations, panel discussions and fireside chats that will help the audience understand the current scenario, and the future roadmap that will ensure a more secure, cyber-safe Indonesia.
Tradepass is a leading B2B conference organiser with footprints in Asia and the Middle East. They are committed to uniting business communities across borders by providing platforms to exchange knowledge and share disruptive ideas.
For more information on ISS 2018, visit www.indonesiasecuritysummit.com