Explore the increasing opportunities for collaboration between Indonesia and Australia in the digital sector. The Forum aims to deepen and expand cooperation between thought leaders and practitioners from the Indonesian and Australian government, private sector and academia. Participants will discuss the possibilities and challenges of the digital age and consider opportunities to develop new partnerships. Join a series of workshops and seminars designed to encourage practical approaches to delivering shared solutions that will last beyond this event’s conclusion. The event will feature five streams, focusing on the Creative Industries, Cyber Security, Digital Health, FinTech and Start-ups, and Smart Government.
Technology is changing the business of government in both Indonesia and Australia. Open government, online services and big data have the potential to transform planning, decision-making, service delivery and transparency.
Bringing together Indonesian participation from government, start-ups, entrepreneurs and researchers, this stream will focus on governments’ readiness for this change, opportunities for harnessing technology for smart, agile and responsive government and using technology to overcome disparity and promote inclusion.
This program will focus on a discussion of the role of digital health in the future of health services delivery in Indonesia, and potential areas of bilateral cooperation. This stream will include Indonesian participation from government, hospitals and the medical profession.
Participants will have the opportunity to understand the context of Indonesian healthcare in depth and meet the most progressive players in the sector, who are already seeking digital technologies and services to meet the challenges of delivering access to high-quality, universal healthcare.
International investors are attracted to Indonesia’s potential as one of the world’s largest digital consumer markets. In 2017, US$3 billion in early stage investment into the sector represented a 16- fold increase in just five years. The FinTech and Start-ups program introduces the ecosystem in Indonesia and will examine opportunities and challenges for digital, fintech and start-up innovation.
IADF participants will share insights and discuss collaboration between entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, accelerators and incubators and investigate specific opportunities in fintech including investor education, identity authentication, banking for the unbanked, payments for micro-transactions, investing in small scale entrepreneurs and reimagining credit.
Australia and Indonesia have a strong shared interest in cyber security as an enabler of prosperity. The cyber security program will focus on building connections between Australian and Indonesian industry and government and mapping areas of new cooperation. Indonesia – with a youthful population of more than 250 million – is the largest economy in South East Asia, with high levels of internet penetration and smart phone ownership amongst an expanding middle-class.
This stream will bring together cyber security businesses, customers, industry experts, training providers and policy makers from both countries, to identify opportunities and next priorities for cyber security in Indonesia.
The digital creative sector, including games, apps and animation, offers significant commercial opportunities in Australia and Indonesia. Other areas of the creative economy, such as visual and performing arts, fashion and literature, are also exploring opportunities within the digital sphere.
This program will provide a platform to share perspectives and develop concepts for greater Australia-Indonesia cooperation in the creative industries. It will also provide opportunities to showcase Australian and Indonesian capabilities in the creative sector to representatives from government, arts and cultural institutions, creative industry bodies, and the games, apps and animation industry.
Andrew Penn became Chief Executive Officer on 1 May, 2015 after serving as Telstra's Chief Financial Officer and Group Executive International.
Andrew is an experienced senior executive with a career spanning more than 30 years. Prior to joining Telstra, Andrew was with AXA Asia Pacific for 20 years where he held a number of positions including Group Chief Executive (2006-2011), Chief Executive Officer for Australia and New Zealand, Group Chief Financial Officer, Chief Executive for Asia and spent time based in Australia, Hong Kong, Thailand and Indonesia. Under Andrew’s leadership AXA built a successful Asian platform, which was sold to its parent company in 2011 for $10.4bn.
In addition to his business activities, Andrew has contributed widely to not-for-profit and community organisations. He is Life Governor and Foundation Board member of Very Special Kids. He is also a member of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Advisory Council, The Big Issue Advisory Group, and an Amy Gillet Foundation Ambassador.
Co-Founder, Managing Partner, and Managing Director, Kejora Ventures
Andy Zain is one of the pioneers in the mobile industry in Indonesia. He helped launch some of the first and most successful mobile start-ups in the country. He also established digital services and go-to market strategies for global brands such as Disney, Yahoo!, Cartoon Networks and advised several successful startups in social media, mobile video platform and social gaming.
Andy is a founder of MobileMonday Indonesia, a networking forum for mobile industry professionals in Indonesia and a Director of the Jakarta Founder Institute, a mentorship and incubation program for startups.
Co-Founder Impact Hub Jakarta
Stephanie Arrowsmith is co-founder of Impact Hub Jakarta, a coworking community and innovation hub for purpose-driven startups and founding partner at VSS - Vision Strategy Storytelling, a consultancy focused on crafting and sharing powerful stories of visionary companies. She is also the curator of the first ASEAN Conference on Social Entrepreneurship, fostering collaboration among countries and sectors towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals and a stronger ecosystem of support in Southeast Asia.
Previously with The Global Poverty Project and Oaktree Foundation, Stephanie has a background in policy and advocacy campaigning for international health and development. Over the last two years she led the growth of global partnerships at StartSomeGood.com - a BCorp crowdfunding platform for social change, including helping launch over 150 campaigns and delivering workshops across the region. She is passionate about enabling an ecosystem where social entrepreneurs can be catalyst for social change and believes that business can be a powerful force for good, in a sustainable and scalable way.
Dr Tobias Feakin
Australian Ambassador for Cyber Affairs
Dr Tobias Feakin is Australia's inaugural Ambassador for Cyber Affairs. He leads Australia's whole‑of‑government international engagement to advance and protect Australia's national security, foreign policy, economic and trade, and development interests in the internet and in cyberspace.
Ambassador Feakin was a member of the Independent Panel of Experts that supported the Australian Cyber Security Review to produce Australia's 2016 Cyber Security Strategy. He was the Director of National Security Programs at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute from 2012 to 2016 and established the Institute's International Cyber Policy Centre.
He has also held a number of research and advisory positions, including with the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies, the Oxford University Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre, the Global Commission on Internet Governance and the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace.
Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security
Alastair MacGibbon leads the implementation of the Australian Government’s Cyber Security Strategy, transforming Australia’s cyber security landscape to realise the economic and social benefits of a cyber resilient nation.
As the Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security, MacGibbon drives the creation and strengthening of partnerships between Australian Governments, private sector, non-governmental organisations and academia to deliver national cyber security capacity and capability.
Prior to taking up his appointment as the Special Adviser MacGibbon was Australia's first eSafety Commissioner. Before that he worked for 15 years as an Agent with the Australian Federal Police, including as founding Director of the Australian High Tech Crime Centre. Along with private sector roles such as Senior Director of Trust, Safety and Customer Support at eBay, MacGibbon was a Director of the Centre for Internet Safety at the University of Canberra.
Chairman of Indonesia Cyber Security Forum
Ardi Sutedja K is the President Director of PT Indonesia Dirgantara Expo (IDEX). He is also one of the founders of the Indonesia Cyber Security Forum (ICSF) and the Indonesia Chief Information Officers Forum (id.CIO), two nonprofit organizations focusing on awareness building, capacity building and security technology development and cyber resistance.
Ardi's working experience over the past 25 years covers a wide range of government and private experience, including experience in cybersecurity strategy and policy, governance and compliance, IT risk assessment, cyber threats, vulnerability assessment, IT security design and implementation, incident management and data loss protection. Ardi also now focuses on risk management impacts from the emergence of mobile and portable technologies, social media, cloud computing, and other technologies.
Grace Tahir has been in the healthcare industry for 15 years, having worked at the Siloam and Mayapada Healthcare Groups. She is passionate about technology and has founded dokter.id, an online health portal in 2013, and Medico, a SaaS based healthcare management system in 2016. She is also an active angel investor, having invested in several different start ups in Indonesia.
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