September 4, 2018 - September 5, 2018
Conference Description (submitted by organizer)
Indonesia is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to cyber attacks, and there is a growing challenge to maintain a secure cyber network. As per reports, Indonesia has become a “global hotspot” for suspicious web activities. More than 150 million out of 255 million users are vulnerable to cyber-attack.
The new technologies and devices introduced into the digital marketplace have produced new loopholes and bottlenecks that leave the network compromised and prone to cyber-attacks. The security issues have of late aggravated with the proliferation of SMAC, BYOD, Apps, etc. Companies are also grappling with managing the risks of Big Data. As we have seen from the battery of cyber-attacks, lapses in cyber security can completely disrupt and sometimes incapacitate businesses.
Despite being one of the most vulnerable countries to cyber attacks, many conventional companies in Indonesia still regard cyber security as an avoidable expenditure. The major reasons for inability to communicate this to the C-Suite is the lack of actionable data and inability to project the ROI.
Cyber Security is fungible across domains and the new-age CISO needs to operate in accordance with other HODs to identify and align the security capabilities that need to be adopted by the companies and that is why we have launched the Indonesia Security summit.
Indonesia Security Summit is designed for senior information security, risk, forensics, compliance, cyber law and law enforcement professionals. The cyber security summit will focus on the latest fraud and breach prevention techniques and technologies, as well as how to develop a holistic, strategic approach. It will bridge the gap between the leading security solution providers and security professionals by bringing them on the same pedestal.