Co-Organiser for Security of Things Track

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CO-PRESENTER

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Supporting Organisations

Asiacloudcomputing

CMO Asia

Developing Telecoms

FTTH Council

IOT Business

IPV6 Forum

TechTarget

Telco Professionals

WiMAX Forum

WTA

Preliminary Programme

Conference Day 1: 23 May 2017
MORNING PLENARY
8.00am Registration
8.50am

Chairman’s Welcome Address

Gary Kim, Founder, Spectrum Futures

9.00am

Opening Keynote: Connecting with Every Person on the Planet

Christopher Weasler, Global Head of Spectrum Policy and Connectivity Planning, Facebook

9.30am

Keynote Presentation: TBA

Reserved for Sponsor

10.00am

Thought Leaders Panel: Diversifying Your Business Model Through Creative Partnerships, Strategic Collaborations, and Disruptive Innovations

  • Improving network capabilities to support different qualities of content delivery experience, seeking more valuable and applied service packages with suitable marketing models
  • How the changing landscape of telco industry will open up new partnerships and collaboration
  • Spectrum and connectivity planning to compete sustainably in the IoT world
  • How to hop onto new businesses such as (mobile money, OTT)? What are the relevant and commercially viable diversification strategies to apply?

Panellists:
TVT Chari, CFO, Celcom Axiata
Kireeti Kompella, CTO- JDI , Juniper Networks
Christopher Weasler, Global Head of Spectrum Policy and Connectivity Planning, Facebook
Reserved for Sponsor

Moderator: Gary Kim, Founder, Spectrum Futures

10.40am Morning Break and Refreshment
Conference Day 2: 24 May 2017
MORNING PLENARY
8.00am Registration
8.50am

Chairman’s Welcome Address

Tony Poulos, Founder, Disruptive.Asia

9.00am

Opening Keynote:

TBA, IMDA

9.20am Visionary Address: TBA
9.50am

City SMARTup: New Tools to Build Wiser and More Competitive Cities
We are now certainly facing a new era of smart city development. More cities are adopting the philosophy and citizens are becoming the main stakeholder in the process. All the long, costly and hard path taken by the pioneers can be now effectively shortcut. What are you waiting for? Let’s SMARTup! This session will cover 4 preeminent trends, and illustrated with some global cases:

  • Rethinking the Smart City Pitch
  • Smart City Concept Design
  • “Appsation” Reconnecting with Citizens
  • Attracting and Promoting ICT Pilot Projects

Dr. Renato De Castro, Advisor – Leading Cities, World e-Governments Organisation of Cities & Local Governments

10.20am Morning Break and Refreshment

BROADBAND
New Business Models for Telecoms
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am
Leapfrogging into the Digital Business – Crafting Services that Matters to the New Age Connected User
11.45pm Regulatory Panel: Cohesive Collaborations, Bandwidth Allocation and Spectrum Management with Internet of Everything
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm Applying the Appropriate Pricing Models to Encourage User Upgrade over 4G Network
2.00pm Will 2017 Be Another Breakthrough Year for WiFi Technology?
2.30pm Repositioning Your Core Business Model: Firing Up VoLTE for Enhance Reliability, Interoperability and Quality of Experience (QoE)
3.00pm Afternoon Break
3.20pm Optical Fiber Infrastructure for Combined Business, Residential, Base Stations, and IoT Apps
3.50pm Chairman Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.00pm Afternoon coffee break
4.30pm End of Conference Day 1

SATCOMM
Empowering Satellite: Connecting Unlimited Possibilities
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am The Satellite Market Outlook – Riding the Wave of Convergence and ICT Revolution
11.30am
Satellite C-Suite Forum: Keeping the Promise of HTS and its Commercial Value
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm Uncovering the LEO-GEO Link – Commercialisation of the 78-Satellite Constellation
2.00pm How is IP and Hybrid Networks Changing the Satellite Industry of Tomorrow?
2.30pm
Seizing Growth Opportunities in IoT and M2M Market – How will this Revamp the Role of the Satellite Industry?
3.30pm A Reimagined Take Off: Aeronautical Satellite Applications and its Ongoing Evolution
4.00pm Chairman Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.10pm Afternoon coffee break
4.40pm End of Conference Day 1

IOT
Connecting The Universe of Things
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am The Uphill Climb for C-Suite: Embracing IoT from the TOP!
11.30am Adopting the IoT Paradigm: Driving Excellence with Connected/Autonomous Vehicles
12.00pm Crunching Down to Business: Monetising the Internet of Things
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm Advancing Payments with IoT: Innovating Secure and Effective Transactions At Your Fingertips!
2.00pm Enforcing Data Transparency and Control in IoT: Developing the “Privacy of Things” Framework
2.30pm Taking Patientcare to the Next Level: Delivering Technology & Innovations Through Smart Healthcare
3.00pm Policing and Securing the IoT infrastructure – What Should You Consider First?
3.30pm Sensing the Good, Bad and Ugly: Empowering Sensors with Agility and Vigilance
3.50pm Chairman’s Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.00pm Afternoon Break
4.30pm End of Conference Day 1

SMART CITIES
Building the Future City: The Urban Roadmap
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am
Moving Towards a Sustainable Holistic Vision: What It Takes to Make a Smart City?
12.00pm Differentiating Green Field Cities and Brown Field Cities
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm PPP Panel: Plugging in the Right Financing Model to Support City Development and Infrastructure
2.30pm Fostering a Culture of Data Sharing and Analytics in the Interconnected City
3.00pm Employing Predictive Analytics in Ensuring Resilient Building Management for Safer Vertical Cities
3.30pm Virtualising the Future of Your Intelligent City – How Digitisation is Altering Citizens’ Livelihood of Tomorrow?
4.00pm Chairman’s Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.00pm End of Conference Day 1
Afternoon Break

SECURITY OF THINGS
Threat-proofing the Future with Agility and Resilience
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am Addressing the Security Concerns of Hybrid Cloud
11.30am How and Why the Internet of Things (IoT) is Set to Change Security Priorities
12.00pm Case Studies and Lessons Learnt: Current Threats, Appropriate Defenses for Now and the Future
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm Current Threats, Appropriate Defenses for Now and the Future: Lessons learned from Japan, APEC, EU, North and South America
2.00pm Liquid Defence™ – The Evolution of Cyber Defence
2.30pm Detecting Compromised IoT devices
3.00pm Applying Big Data into Building Security Intelligence
3.30pm Upholding Internet Security and How to Step Up Your Next Generation Cyber Defense
4.00pm Chairman’s Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.10pm Afternoon Break
4.40pm End of Conference Day 1

BROADBAND
Convergence and 5G – New Services and Opportunities
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am Beyond Breaking Even – How Can You Devise the Right 4G LTE Monetisation Strategy?
11.30pm Enhancing Network Capacity With Infrastructure Sharing Solutions and Small Cell Technologies
12.00pm Trailblazing the 5G Story – Lessons Learnt and New Horizons for the Connected World
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm 5G – Enabling the Multi-channel Experience and Utility
2.00pm Delivering the Benefits of 5G to IoT– How Do We Translate the Future of Network Evolution?
2.30pm LPWAN Technologies: Recent Developments and Comparative Analysis
3.00pm Afternoon Coffee Break
Combined Afternoon Plenary Session (For Broadband and IoT Track Attendees)
<<Proceed to Level 4 Main Plenary Hall>>
3.30pm Closing Combined Plenary Panel: How Will 5G Power The Future of IoT/ M2M
4.15pm Chairman Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.20pm End of Conference Day 2

IOT
Connecting The Universe of Things
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am
Breaking the Silos and Transforming Your Business with IoT
12.00pm Intelligent Production and Manufacturing: Process Automation for Reduced Costs and Enhanced Quality
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm Innovation Showcase: How Will Manifestation of IoT Bring About the Development of Potential and Established Industries of the Globalised Economy?
2.00pm Revolutionising Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Systems To Stay Ahead of the Curve
2.30pm Augmenting Operational Efficiency and Business Capabilities with AR/VR and Robotics
3.00pm Afternoon Coffee Break
Combined Afternoon Plenary Session (For Broadband and IoT Track Attendees)
<<Proceed to Level 4 Main Plenary Hall>>
3.30pm Closing Combined Plenary Panel: How Will 5G Power The Future of IoT/ M2M
4.15pm Chairman’s Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.20pm End of Conference Day 2

SMART CITIES
Building the Future City: The Urban Roadmap
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am
Global City Panel: Challenging the Next Frontier of Smart Urban Nodes
12.00pm Intelligent Urban Transportation – Bringing Integrated Mobility to Your City
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm Advancing Cities of the Future with Smart Energy Management
2.00pm Smart Healthcare Fireside Chat: Transforming The Future of Integrated Healthcare Platform For Efficient Patient Delivery
2.30pm Sustainable City Architecture, Design and Urban Infrastructure Development
3.00pm FTTH Council Asia Pacific View on Smart Cities
3.30pm Wrap Up Keynote – Tackling City Sustainability, Connectivity and Profitability
3.50pm Chairman’s Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.00pm Afternoon Break
4.30pm End of Conference Day 2

SECURITY OF THINGS
Threat-proofing the Future with Agility and Resilience
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am Mastering Cyber Resiliency: Where Are We At Now?
11.30am Thwarting Attackers: Defending Against Growing Security Sophistication while Managing Complexity
12.00pm Defending with Cyber Threat Detection: Powering Up Security Management
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm Cyber-Physical System Security from a Control Theory Perspective
Country Focus Spotlight: Regional Perspectives on Security and Cyberthreats
2.00pm IT Security Trends in Thailand: Towards Thailand 4.0
2.30pm Defending Industrial Control Networks in Asia Pacific Region
3.00pm Fake CEO Fraud Defrauded
3.30pm Combatting the Know and Unknowns: Accelerating with AI and Automated Threat Investigations
4.00pm Chairman’s Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.10pm Afternoon Break
4.40pm End of Conference Day 2

DIGITAL ENTERPRISE
Mastering Enterprise Digital Transformation
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am Enterprise Leaders: On Your Mark, Get Set, Go
11.30am Towards Data-Driven Digital Dominance
12.00pm Keeping It Real, Keeping It Relevant: Transforming Data into Actionable Intelligence in Real Time
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm I Know What You Did Last Summer, and This Summer and the Next: Harnessing the Power of Predictive Analytics
2.00pm Data Value Creation within the Enterprise and the Ecosystem
2.30pm Panel Discussion: It’s All About The Customers
3.10pm Disrupting the Disruptors: Becoming More Mobile-Compatible and Competitive with New Market Players
3.40pm Mobile As the Gateway for IoT and Upcoming Technologies and Services
4.10pm Chairman’s Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.20pm End of Conference Day 2
4.50pm Afternoon Coffee Break

DIGITAL TALENT ANALYTICS
10.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
11.00am

[Keynote]
Evolution of the HR Role within the Organization in Modern Times
11.30am

[Case Study]
Human Capital Analytics in Action – Moving from Talk to Action
12.00pm

[Case Study]
Establishing An Integrated Talent Management System to Optimise HR and Business Operations Within Large Organisations
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm

[Case Study]
Creating An Effective People Analytics Approach
2.00pm

[Case Study]
Building Robust Data Infrastructure to Kickstart Analytics
2.30pm

[Interactive Roundtable Discussions]
Roundtable 1 From HR to Strategic Partners: Optimizing Business Operations and Strategies
Roundtable 2 HR Analytics and its Role in Transforming Talent Management and Rewards Within Large Organizations
Roundtable 3 From R&D to L&D: Enhancing Learning & Development to Improve Organizational Efficiencies and Productivity
Roundtable 4 What Drives The Decision Factor For Large Organizations – HR Analytics Or Not?
3.30pm 5 min Summary from Each Roundtable Leader (20min)
3.50pm Chairman Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.00pm Afternoon Break
4.30pm End of Conference Day 2

BROADBAND
Accelerating Innovations for Networks
8.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
9.00am Driving New Architectures with the User-Centric Networks (UCN)
9.30am Managing the Data-Hungry World: Is Cellular Backhaul Adapting As Quickly As It Should Be?
10.00am
Boosting Synergies Between OTTs and Telcos: Growing Outreach and Footprint From Single Play to Multi-Play Capabilities
10.40am Morning Break and Refreshment
11.10am The Future Evolution of SD-WAN – What is the Impact of Deployment to the Organisation, Processes and Tools of a Business?
11.40am Realising the Virtualised Enterprise Data Centre: SDN and NFV Monetisation Opportunities
12.10pm Cloud, SDN, And Security Complications: Why Should You Worry?
12.40pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.45pm
Unlocking the Value of NFV Deployment – What are its Potential and Operational Challenges?
2.45pm Chairman Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
3.00pm Afternoon Tea Break
3.30pm End of Conference Day 3

SECURITY GOVERNANCE
FULL DAY WORKSHOP
9.00am Overview of the Workshop: Topic to be Advised

Who should attend:
C-Level Executives/ MDs/ SVPs/ VPs/ GMs/ Directors & Heads from:

  • Cloud Networking
  • Cyberphysical security
  • Enterprise Solutions / Security
  • Big Data
  • Analytics and Intelligence
  • Business Analytics
  • Risk Management
  • Information Technology
  • Compliance
  • Crisis / Disaster/ Emergency Management
  • Infrastructure Security
  • Network Security
  • Product Management
  • Information Security
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Machine learning
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Data Centres
  • IT Applications
  • Security Engineering
9.30am
10.30am
11.00am
12.30pm
1.30pm
3.00pm
3.30pm
4.30pm

DIGITAL ENTERPRISE
Mastering Enterprise Digital Transformation
8.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
9.00am Just How Good Is Cloud For My Business?
9.30am It’s Cloudy Up Here – Where’s My Data?
10.00am Multitasking for the Multiplier Effect: Managing Multiple Cloud Services
10.30am Morning Break and Refreshment
11.00am Maximising Cloud Investments with API Management
11.45am Keeping Up With The Cloudashians: The Evolution of IT, CTOs and CIOs
12.30pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm The Evolution of Data Centres: Striving for Hyper-Efficiency in the Digital Age
2.00pm Mixing It Up: Amalgamating Data Centres, Cloud, Big Data and IoT
3.00pm Bridging Artificial Intelligence and Real Intelligence
3.30pm Managing An All Star Digital Team – New Coaching, Player Development and Star Player Techniques to Transform and Win
4.00pm Chairman’s Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.10pm Afternoon Coffee break
4.40pm End of Conference Day 3

DIGITAL TALENT ANALYTICS
8.50am Chairman’s Welcome Address
9.00am Aligning Digital Talent Analytics with Overall Business Strategy
9.30am

[Case Study]
Implementing Successful Predictive Talent Analytics
10.00am Data Visualisation and Storytelling: How Talent Analytics Quantifies Insights For Senior Management Decision Making
10.30am Morning Break and Refreshment
11.00am

[Case Study]
Can Analytics Make Talent Acquisition and Retention Efficient and Cost Effective?
11.30am

[Case Study]
Integrating Multiple Data Sources Across All Business Functions
12.00pm Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
1.30pm

[Half-day Workshop]
Using Data Analytics for Talent Management
Session I: Workshop Objectives:

  • Broaden the use of analytics into all areas of HR and the organisation to solve business challenges and achieve desired business outcomes
  • Utilise data to make informed and accurate decisions around talent management
  • Connect talent management strategies and initiatives to business impact and organisational growth
2.30pm Afternoon Break
2.45pm

[Half-day Workshop Continued]
Using Data Analytics for Talent Management
Session II: Workshop Objectives:

  • TBA
4.00pm Chairman’s Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
4.10pm End of Conference Day 3

*Programme is correct as at press time. The Organiser reserves the right to amend the programme as deemed necessary without prior notice