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24 – 26 October 2018 | Jakarta International Expo, Indonesia

Summit Programme

SUMMIT Day 3 – 26 October 2018
 (Friday)
SATCOMM AND CYBERSECURITY 
8.30am Conference Registration & Morning Coffee
9.30am
(20min)
Opening Address:
Session 1: State of Cybersecurity – Indonesia
Taking a point of view perspective on the cybersecurity landscape in Indonesia, key topics include:
· Key observations on the cybersecurity landscape in ID
· Key trends moving forward
· Key cybersecurity risks that you should be aware of
Alex S Cheung, Associate Partner – Advisory Cybersecurity, Ernst & Young
9.50am
(20min)
Session 2: Home and IoT Security
With the rapid increased in the number of connected devices in homes, consumers are increasingly concerned about online security threats. McAfee will share a Unified Security approach to protect the home and all the devices in it.
Shashwat Khandelwal, Head of Southeast Asia Consumer, McAfee 
10.10am
(20min)
Session 3: Intel IOT Market Ready Solutions: Deploy Tomorrow, Today
The IoT ushers in the promise of advanced technology capable of streamlining operations, lowering costs, increasing revenue, and transforming the customer experience across many industries. Intel and its ecosystem of partners are delivering on that promise with Intel® IoT Market Ready Solutions (Intel® IMRS)—scalable, end-to-end solutions that provide solid business results today and lay the foundation for a more intelligent tomorrow.
David Hermawan, Head of IOT (Internet of Things) Group, Intel Corporation
10.30am Networking Coffee Break
11.00am
(45min)
Panel Discussion
Session 4: Next Generation Satellite Possibilities – The Promise of HTS in Building a Digitized Nation
Indonesia has for some time been a pioneer nation for satellite communications. With more than 17,000 islands, the archipelago recognized at an early stage the importance of satellite in knitting together the country, with the launch of the first Palapa satellite occurring more than 40 years ago. Recently, satellite technology has started undergoing an enormous shift, with High Throughput Satellites meidinging orders of magnitude more capacity into the marketplace, enabling a dramatic new array of applications at a much more competitive price point. Here, we bring together a variety of players to discuss the new possibilities of HTS, and how this revolutionary technology can help Indonesia become a Digital Nation.
Panellists:
· Jacques-Samuel Prolon, Chief Commercial Officer, Kacific Broadband Satellites
· Imran Malik, VP Fixed Data Asia-Pacific, SES Networks
· Meiditomo Sutyarjoko, SVP – Satellite Regulatory & Spectrum Management, PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia
Moderator: Blaine Curcio, Founder, Orbital Gateway Consulting 
11.50am Chairman’s Closing Remarks
End of Conference Day 3