With over 200 million internet users in Indonesia, the world’s largest archipelago is facing rampant cyber-attacks. The rampage orchestrated by the attackers is yielding more than 400 million cyber-attacks in a year.
In the wake of the above development, the regulatory bodies in the country – National Cyber and Crypto Agency (BSSN), Criminal Investigation Agency (Bareskrim), and Financial Services Authority (OJK) have maximized their operations in order to mitigate the situation. Even the majority of the Indonesian organizations have started to allocate a substantial amount of their IT budget in strengthening cybersecurity, so much so that the Indonesian cybersecurity market is estimated to reach a staggering $750.5 million mark by 2022.
To accelerate the efforts of BSSN, Bareskrim, and OJK, Tradepass is hosting the 5th edition IndoSec on 6 – 7 September 2022 at the Hotel Mulia Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia. The event will have 600+ in-person cybersecurity experts including the Heads of Information Security, Risk, Compliance, Forensics, and Cyber Law from the leading public and private enterprises across Indonesia.
Indonesia, the country with the fourth-fastest growth in internet users in the world, faces both great opportunities and significant threats as digital technology and the internet advance.
However, according to the Indonesian government’s cyber and crypto agency, Badan Siber dan Sandi Negara (BSSN), Indonesia is becoming a victim of an increasing number of cyber-attacks, with over 423 million recorded by the end of 2020.
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Curating the best-in-class case studies and insightful topics to aid in defining the right set of protocols and the future road map for the organizations.
Cybersecurity Plan 2022
Mobile – The New Target
Retd. Head Unit of Cooperation, Cybercrime Directorate
Criminal Investigation Board, Indonesian National Police Headquarters
Dr Pratama Persadha
CISSReC (Communication & Information System Security Research Center)
VP, ASEAN CIO Association
Chief Strategy Officer, Bond Holdings
Steven Sim Kok Leong
ISACA Singapore Chapter
Bambang Dwi Anggono
Directorate of Government Informatics Applications Services
Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT), Indonesia
VP - ICT Security Management
PT Telekomunikasi Selular
Head - Information Security, Digital Transformation Office
Ministry of Health
Obrina Candra Briliyant
Head - Cybersecurity Program
National Cyber and Crypto Polytechnic, BSSN
Head - Information & Cyber Security
VP, Head - Information Security & Compliance
PT Smartfren Telecom
VP, Head - Risk & Security
VP, Head - Public Cloud & Security Solutions
Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison
Baskoro Setyo Utomo
Horangi Cyber Security
Asia Sales Director