Date: 11 Mar 2015 Wednesday
Time:08.30 - 17.00
Jl Jend Sudirman Kav 1 - Jakarta Pusat
TOMORROW starts here. Lead the Change.
IoE - the networked connection of people, process, data, and things - presents a tremendous opportunity for today's military organizations. The secure convergence of mobility, security, cloud, and big data enables an integrated mission fabric and provides the power to connect the battlefield in ways that fundamentally change military operations.
This integration of machine with human communications, collaboration, and analytical elements enables real-time decision advantages and is crucial to bringing greater intelligence and security to our military. This keeps warfighters and decision makers connected to vital information needed to respond to ever-changing battlefield conditions.
The same innovation powered by the rapid spread of information technology however presents new challenges for protecting data. For example, cloud computing increases flexibility for scaling your infrastructure to meet mission objectives, but also increases the complexity of protecting sensitive data. Mobile devices increase convenience but often bypass traditional security measures. The nature of the threat is also changing, as thieves employ a burgeoning set of sophisticated tools to take advantage of our growing reliance on networks for critical-data exchange.
Against this backdrop, yesterday's prevention strategies are no longer adequate for stopping advanced, targeted attacks. Today, effective cybersecurity must be multi-dimensional and tiered, as threats can originate from virtually anywhere, target numerous levels of an organization, and sometimes persist for months or years before an information security staff is aware of an attack or breach. Securing military-grade networks requires a holistic approach that incorporates several elements.
Join us at the Indonesia's National Cyber Forum on 11th of March at Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta where we will have Global and Regional Subject Matter Experts share case studies and learnings on how Cisco solutions can deliver a fully integrated mission fabric for the battlefield that monitors, plans for, and reacts to global threats as they emerge.
|0830 – 0900||
Welcome Note and ICT Agenda for National Defense Agenda
Coordinating Minister for, Politics, Justice & Security
|0900 – 0945||
IoE for Defence
|0945 – 1030
CCS: U.S. DoD Case Study (Cyber Security, Mobility)
|1030 – 1115||
Warfighter Cyber Security
|1115 – 1200
Human Capacity Development (Cyber Range)
|1200. – 1300||
Big Data & Secure DC
Windermere Ballroom, Big Ideas Theatre
|1300 – 1345||
Big Data Security Analytics – Use Cases
|1345 – 1430||
CCS: Australian Case Study (Data Centre + Services)
|1430 – 1630||
Speakers & Advisors
Sr. Manager, APJC Field Product Management
Demetris Booth is responsible for Regional Field Product Management and Evangelism for Cisco Security in APJC. Through ongoing interactions with customers, partners, and sales team members, Mr. Booth defines product requirements, positioning and go-to-market strategies for Cisco's Sourcefire network and endpoint security solutions.
Prior to this role, Mr. Booth held Senior Management roles with Juniper Networksâ Mobile Security Solutions team in Asia-Pacific. In this role, Mr. Booth was responsible for Thought Leadership, Go-to-Market Strategies, Business Development, and Strategic Planning.
Prior to Juniper, Mr. Booth was WW Director of Systems Engineering for Application Security vendor Teros, Inc, which was acquired by Citrix Systems in 2005. Post Acquisition, Mr. Booth was tasked with leading the Product Specialist Team in EMEA, developing technical and sales expertise for the Application Security products in the region.
As a sixteen-year veteran of the technology industry, Mr. Booth brings a diverse, global perspective, having served in various roles in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Sales Director, Cisco Data Virtualization, APJC
Graham Dunn joined Cisco Systems in July 2010 initially to develop partnering relationships with Consulting and ISV companies such as KPMG, SAP and Citrix, across APJC. In May 2014 he took on a new role of leading sales across APJC for Cisco Data Virtualization - the acquired software product previously known as Composite Software.
Prior to joining Cisco, Graham was responsible for setting up and leading the APAC sales organization in Singapore and Sydney for Perceptive Software, a US based ECM Software Company. In addition to selling software he has also held the post of Consulting Director at several IT Services companies in Europe and the United States where he was responsible for developing service offerings around software technologies such as CRM and ECM.
Educated in Glasgow, Scotland, he has worked and lived in Scotland, England, France, United States and in Singapore for more than six years. Away from the office he enjoys scuba diving and playing sports especially football and squash. He is fluent in both English and French and is learning Mandarin.
Customer Solutions Manager
Cisco Consulting Services ANZ
The best way to predict the future is to create it yourself!
Based in Canberra, Mark is a senior consultant responsible for developing new business and delivering quality consulting services within Australia, primarily in the National Security & Defence sector.
The Cisco Consulting Services (CCS) organization is a team of management consultants focused on helping Cisco's top customers in the field of IT Strategy, architecture and operations. CCS helps clients transform their business by delivering innovation that drives differentiation - and by enabling cost efficiencies that fuel the highest levels of business and IT performance.
Prior to this role in CCS, Mark led Cisco's ANZ Defence business development initiatives focussed on sales growth and strategic engagement in the National Security & Defence market. He also provided leadership support and domain expertise across directed opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region. In both areas, Mark applied his extensive knowledge and experience to advance Cisco's position with key Government decision-makers, acquisition agencies and industry partners.
Mark joined Cisco in 2010 after 25 years within the Australian Army as a Signals Officer. He left the Army with a rank of Colonel having served in a variety of command and staff appointments within Australia and on operational service in Iraq, East Timor and Bougainville.
Mark has Masters of Management and Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of New South Wales, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Information Technology from the University of Southern Queensland.