Cyber Security Indonesia Co-located with Airport Solutions Indonesia 2017


Asia is one of the strongest regions expecting airport growth between now and 2025, with Indonesia showing projected investments of up to US$25bn over the next decade. Air traffic growth is set to increase at 4.8% per annum fuelled by a developing economy and the expanding middle class. With major expansion projects are taking place in Indonesia meaning now is the optimum time to present your company’s solutions and services to the market.

Airport Solutions Indonesia (ASI), part of the global Airport Solutions series of events, is an established business-to-business exhibition and conference that addresses the entire needs of the Indonesian aviation sector. The event will provide a much needed platform to bring together the entire buying chain of the airport solutions industry connecting suppliers with key industry stakeholders and decision makers whilst assessing key issues and solutions in the innovative two day conference programme.

From aviation infrastructure projects and investment, to technical solutions for delivering first-class aviation services whilst maintaining aviation physical and digital security, ASI 2017 will complement Cyber Security Indonesia 2017 and attract an important crossover audience, specifically interested in protecting the integrity of information security and critical aviation systems. 

Given the complexities of digital financial world, let us put cybersecurity as core focus, for the leaks of data security can jeopardize the credibility and growth of the whole industry. For this reason, Asosiasi FinTech Indonesia fully supports Cyber Security Indonesia 2017 to create top of mind awareness on cybersecurity issue.

Niki Santo Luhur
Chairman - FinTech Indonesia Association

Now the whole industry begins to understand that it's better to prevent than to lose access and control data because of negligence to keep the data secure. Hence, this encourages APTIKNAS to endorse the implementation of Cyber Security Indonesia.

Fanky Christian
Head of DPD DKI - APTIKNAS (Indonesian ICT Business Association)

Indonesia, with its vast wealth of information is in urgent need of preventive and defensive measures against cyber threats. Other than protecting national interest, such measures are also required to protect the interest of its citizens. Actions taken may not be adequate through policies and regulations but through concrete actions involving all components of the nation. Hence LEMSANEG welcomes and endorses Cyber Security Indonesia 2017.

Major General (TNI), Dr Djoko Setiadi, M.Si
The Head of LEMSANEG (State Cryptography Agency)

ATSI (Indonesian Telecommunication Providers Association) supports Cyber Security Indonesia 2017 to encourage concern and awareness of the important needs of cyber protection system to prevent and minimise cyber crime for individuals, communities, governments and also companies in Indonesia.

Sutrisman Raden
Executive Director of ATSI