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Cybersecurity Best Practices: How Companies Can Leverage the NIST Framework
Sep 23, 2021 / 08:30 - 10:30

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

AmCham Indonesia, partnering with the US Embassy Jakarta, is hosting a webinar titled Cybersecurity Best Practices: How Companies Can Leverage the NIST Framework.

Initiated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which is part of the US Department of Commerce, the NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity is a voluntary tool consisting of industry standards and best practices to help organizations manage cybersecurity risks. The framework can also assist organizations in incorporating privacy and civil liberties as part of a comprehensive cybersecurity program.

Through this webinar, we hope to spread awareness of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework among Indonesian government officials and private sector stakeholders.


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OUR GUEST SPEAKERS
 

Hinsa Siburian
Head of the National Cyber and Crypto Agency

Hinsa Siburian is the Head of the National Cyber and Crypto Agency (BSSN) and served in Indonesian National Military as a Lieutenant General. He was the best graduate as High-Ranking Officer Indonesian National Military-Land Force at the Indonesian Military Academy in 1986 and received the Adhi Makayasa Award. Prior to his current role, he served as Deputy Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Armed Forces in 2017 and Commander of the XVII/Cenderawasih Military Region Command from 2015 to 2017.

Michael F. Kleine
Deputy Chief of Mission, US Embassy Jakarta

Michael Kleine is a career foreign service officer with over twenty years of experience in the US Department of State. In June 2021 he completed a three-year tour as Consul General in Melbourne. He worked previously in Laos, and served as Deputy Chief of the US Mission; in South Korea, where he led embassy efforts to ratify the US-Korea Free Trade Agreement; Kosovo, where he supported the establishment of democratic institutions in post-war Kosovo; and Vietnam, where he was among the first to work in the US Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City.

Before joining the diplomatic corps, Michael practiced law in Washington, DC. He earned both his undergraduate and law degrees at Duke University. He also has a master’s degree in national security strategy from the National War College in Washington.

John Kim
Legal Attaché
US Embassy Jakarta

Legal Attaché John Kim entered the FBI as a Special Agent (SA) in 2007, working on criminal, cyber, and national security investigations. In 2014, he was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) of the National Security Covert Operations Unit, providing oversight and management of all FBI undercover operations.

He was promoted the following year to Unit Chief in the Joint Targeting Intelligence Group, leading investigations and operations against cyber and counterintelligence threats to US Critical Infrastructure. In 2016, he began working overseas, starting in Manila, and later in South Korea. He holds a master’s degree in cybersecurity and a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

Amy Mahn
International Policy Specialist
Applied Cybersecurity Division
National Institute for Standards and Technology
US Department of Commerce

Amy Mahn is an international policy specialist in the NIST Applied Cybersecurity Division. Amy’s primary focus in this role is to support the international aspects and alignment of the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. Amy previously worked for eleven years at the Department of Homeland Security in various roles, including international policy coordination in cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection within the National Protection and Programs Directorate and the Office of Cyber, Infrastructure and Resilience Policy.

Mark Johnston
APAC Head of Security, Customer Engineering
Google Cloud APAC

Mark is a passionate security advocate who leads Google Cloud’s team of security specialists in the Asia Pacific. With over 20 years of security domain expertise across the financial, government, telecommunications, and education industries, Mark helps organizations adopt cloud solutions with a focus on managing risk and shared responsibility. He received his bachelor’s degree in network computing from Monash University.

Kam Golpariani
Principal of Cyber Security Risk Management & Privacy Qualcomm

Kam Golpariani is Principal-Director of Cyber Security at Qualcomm focusing on Risk Management, Regulatory Compliance, Supply Chain Security Risk, Policies, and Education and Awareness. Kam actively engages and collaborates with regulators in the region on cyber security issues and ways to provide guidance and support on a number of Cyber Security legislations

(e.g., Automotive, IoT, 5G security, Vulnerability and Incident disclosure, and Cyber Labeling Schemes).”

Ian Lim
Field Chief Security Officer, Asia Pacific
Palo Alto Networks

Ian Lim is field chief security officer for the Asia Pacific at Palo Alto Networks. In his role, Ian helps to develop innovative solutions, threat prevention strategies, and risk management frameworks for business executives as well as the wider cybersecurity community.

With over 20 years of dedicated cybersecurity experience, Ian has led global security departments for Fortune 100 companies, deploying defense-in-depth capabilities to thwart advanced attacks. He has cross-industry cybersecurity expertise in the financial, real estate, and healthcare verticals, and has done on-the-ground work in the US, EMEA, and APAC. He is also instrumental in developing governance policies and risk frameworks to meet regulatory compliance requirements. Ian graduated from the University of California Irvine (UCI) with a computer science and English degree and is currently an executive committee member at his alma mater’s Cyber Research Policy Institute.


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