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KLCC CONVENTION CENTRE, 19 – 20 SEPTEMBER 2016

Anchor Event of the Big Data Week Asia 2016

Featuring Concurrent Conferences:

Data Security World Show | 4th Big Data World Show

Past Co-organiser:
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RECOGNISED BY INDUSTRY EXPERTS AS THE ‘LEADING BIG DATA SHOW IN ASIA’

BIGIT Technology Malaysia 2016 continues to reinforce and stay relevant on bringing innovation to the technology advancement.

Co-organised by Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Olygen (under the brand BIGIT), is proud to have BIGIT Technology Malaysia 2016 as the Anchor Event of the Big Data Week Asia 2016 that will consist concurrent conferences such as the much anticipated 4th Big Data World Show, Data Security World Show and the BIGIT Exhibition.

SPEAKERS

MDEC-CEO-200x200
Dato’ Yasmin Mahmood
CEO
Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)
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alaysia

Tiberio Caetano
Tiberio Caetano
Chief Scientist
Ambiata
Australia


Aziz Ali
Country Manager
Malaysia and Brunei
Brocade
Malaysia

daniel
Daniel Castro
Director
Centre for Data Innovation
US

Amr-Awadallah-Cloudera
Amr Awadallah
Co-founder and CTO
Cloudera
US

 

lutz 200x200
Lutz Finger
Data Scientist
Cornell University
US

dr. sinha
Dr. Nikhil Sinha
Chief Business Officer
Coursera
US


Hairry Abdul Razak
Head of Evaluation for
Commercialisation Fund
Cradle Fund
Malaysia


Mohamad Firham Efendy
Specialist
Digital Forensics Department
CyberSecurity Malaysia
Malaysia

Ivan 200x200
Dato’Seri Ivan Teh
CEO & Managing Director
Fusionex
Malaysia

 

Padmanabhan Ramaswamy(B)
Padmanabhan Ramaswamy
Head Business Intelligence and Analytics
GEMFIVE.COM
Malaysia

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Karim R. Lakhani
Associate Professor Business Administration
Technology and Operations Management
Harvard Business School
US


YBhg. Dato’ CM Vignaesvaran Jeyandran
CEO
Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF)
Malaysia


Dr. Fun Wey
Big Data Lead Solution
Consultant, Professional
services, APJ
HPE
Singapore

troy delbridge 200x200
Dr. Troy Delbridge
ICT Consultant
Independent
Former Chief Data & Information Officer

Private Healthcare Australia
Australia

 


Daniel Clarke
Head
Big Data and Emerging Products
Asia Pacific Japan

Informatica
Hong Kong

Emery Jou 200x200
Dr Emery Jou
Consultant of Europe
Institute for Information
Industry (III)
Taiwan


David Allott
Director
Cyber Defence

Intel Security
Singapore 


Heinrich Wendel
CTO
iPrice
Malaysia

Dr. Suhazimah Dzazali
Dr. Suhazimah Dzazali
Deputy Director General (ICT)
Malaysian Administrative Modernisation And Management Planning Unit
(MAMPU)
Malaysia

 


Dato’ Ng Wan Peng
COO
Malaysia Digital Economy
Corporation (MDEC)
Malaysia


Ir. Siva Ramanathan
Chief Strategy Officer
Malaysia Digital Economy
Corporation (MDEC)
Malaysia

Victor Lo(B)
Victor Lo
Head of Information Security 
Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)
Malaysia

azrulb
Azrul Hasni
VP Enterprise Data Architecture
Maybank
Malaysia


Ravikumar Shankar
VP 
Global Business Development

Miaozhen Systems
Singapore

 


Dr. Dzaharudin Mansor
National Technology Officer
Microsoft
Malaysia


Thillai Raj
CTO
MIMOS
Malaysia

Mark-Gallagher
Mark Gallagher
Managing Director
Performance Insights Ltd.
UK

spk-shanti-shamdasani(b)
Shanti Shamdasani
Director Government and Policy Affairs ASEAN
PT Johnson & Johnson
Indonesia

Karl Loo (B)
Karl Loo
Co-founder and CEO
ServisHero
Malaysia

 

Younus
Younus Al Nasser
Assistant Director General
Smar
t Dubai Office
UAE

Asad Kalimi
Asad Kalimi
Head Market Strategy and Operations
Spotify
Singapore

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Dato’ Arif Siddiqui
CIO and Group CIO
Standard Chartered Bank & Islamic Banking
Malaysia 


Victor Ching
CTO
TecForte

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Parveen Dhanda
Head 
Future Fifty Programme
Tech City UK
UK

 

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Richard Benjamins
Group Director BI and Big Data
Telefonica
Spain


Edwin Shao
CEO
Terminal 1 
Former Data Science Head
Asia Miles
Hong Kong

Sharala Axryd(B)
Sharala Axryd
Managing Director
The Center of Applied Data Science (CADS)
Malaysia

AZ
Aidil Zulkifli
CEO
UangTeman
Indonesia


Anser Aly
Senior Global Brand Development Manager – Dirt is Good
Unilever 
Singapore

 

Ali
Ali Dehghantanha
Research Fellow
Cyber Forensics
Marie-Curie Fellowship
University of Salford
UK

Edward Ling200x200
Edward Ling
Country Sales Manager
Waze
Malaysia

Alex Twigg 200x200
Alex Twigg
Group Head of Services
Woolworths Limited
Australia

speaker_keeratpal
Dr. Keeratpal Singh
Principal Data Scientist

 

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WHAT IS BIGIT TECHNOLOGY?

BIGIT Technology’s events are niche, exclusive and tailored according to market needs of the host city and as such, only relevant sponsors, exhibitors, and delegates are invited to attend. The BIGIT Technology consists of the Conference Series and BIGIT Exhibition:

Conference Series focuses on the exploration and discussion on the latest technology trends such as Big Data, IOT and Smart Government. It acts as a platform to create awareness on these topics among industry players.

BIGIT Exhibition fosters the networking between vendors and end-users With a host of key industry players in attendance, it creates a conducive environment for business development and networking.

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WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?

Continuing our focus in bringing innovation and breakthrough to the field of technology, our shows are tailored to address the evolving nature of technological advancement. We have seen success in South East Asia region with the Big Data World Show and now, we are recognised as the “Leading Big Data Show in Asia”.

Our priority remains – to create value for the audience; to organise an exhibition for industry specialists yet catering to the end users. Incorporating both quality and quantity into our shows, some attendees have described us to have “a great balance between business networking and knowledge sharing”. Thus, we strive to Build Intelligence Globally in Technology and that makes us truly unique.

Join us and be in the presence of our highly targeted audience attending from all over the world with an expected turnout of 3,000 delegates and trade visitors across various industry verticals and job specialisations.

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AGENDA

DATA SECURITY WORLD SHOW

Agenda Day 1: 19 September 2016
8.30am Registration
9.30am Opening Remarks from the Chairperson/Emcee
9.40am

Security as Catalyst for Digital Transformation
Growing cyber threats and introduction of disruptive technology are driving enterprises towards a new dimension of information security. This presentation unleashes new framework with collaborative approach, which is crucial to ensure businesses are ahead of cyber threats challenges.

Victor Lo(B)
Victor Lo
Head Of Information Security Infotech
Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)
Malaysia

10.10am

Assessing the Effectiveness of the Latest Technology for Preventing Data Loss in Your Organisation
Data loss prevention (DLP) is a strategy for making sure that end users do not send sensitive or critical information outside the corporate network. DLP software products help a network administrator control what data end users can transfer(money). Let us assess DLP software products for data at rest, data in use, data in motion, data identification and data leakage. There are many vendor solutions and alternative free solutions beyond commercial solutions. Let us consider the trends for DLP to integrate with Big Data Analytic technology.

Emery Jou 200x200
Dr Emery Jou
Advisory Engineer
Institute for Information
Industry
Taiwan

10.40am

Digital Forensics: The Missing Piece of IoT Promise
Every new device we create, every sensor we deploy, every byte we synchronise to other locations will at some point come under scrutiny in the course of investigations and legal matters. Yet no reliable forensics applications nor digital forensics guidance exists to retrieve the data from IoT devices in the event of a cyber event, an active investigation or a litigation request. The digital forensics of internet of things (IoT) technologies is the missing conversation in our headlong rush to the promise of connecting every device on the planet. This presentation discuss about issues and importance of further development in this field and elaborates on how forensics practitioners, device manufacturers and legal authorities could share the efforts and minimise this gap.

Ali
Ali Dehghantanha
Research Fellow
Cyber Forensics
Marie-Curie Fellowship
University of Salford
UK

11.10am

Security and Privacy Challenges in the Big Data Lifecycle
This presentation session will focus on four different security and privacy challenges in the big data lifecycle i.e. infrastructure security, data privacy, data management and integrity, and reactive security. These security and privacy challenges are not the traditional school of thought in which covers well-defined security parameters in the enterprise networks but heterogeneous composition of diverse hardware, operating system and open source big data framework in the big data infrastructure implementation.

       firham
       Mohamad Firham Efendy
       Specialist, Digital Forensics Department
       CyberSecurity Malaysia
       Malaysia

11.40am

Big Data Fusion Centre: Advantages, Challenges, Threats, Privacy and Data Security Issues
Big data processing and the centralisation of various data format had been discussed to improve security for national agencies and social intelligence for all businesses concerned. This presentation unveils the advantages of a centralised big data solution. By looking at implementing and ingesting the necessary information at distributed server locations to monitor social activities, demographics and business movements, we discover the challenges, threats, data privacy issues, and data security issues at risk.

speaker_keeratpal
Dr. Keeratpal Singh
Principal Data Scientist

12.10pm

Q&A Session
Presented speakers will be invited on stage for Q&A session with audience

12.30pm Lunch
2.00pm

Your Data Gone in 60 seconds! Creating Vigilance in the War on Data Security
You’ve seen the headlines. The reputation of major brands continues to be damaged due to theft of sensitive data. The risk is real and may not come from the most obvious threat.  Can your data protection strategy handle the increasing complexity of malware and the rapid adoption of cloud and BYOD devices?

Join this session to learn how to effectively secure your critical information and stay out of the headlines.

  • Understand the business needs of keeping data safe before addressing technology requirements
  • Achieve visibility and control of data across unmanaged devices and the cloud
  • Build a security program to deliver real business and security outcomes

DavidAllot2-01
David Allot 
Director, Cyber Defence
Intel Security
Singapore

2.30pm

Next-Gen Endpoint Security: Protection, Detection and Response

  • What are the types of connected threat defence and modern endpoint protection?
  • Identifying and conducting forensic analysis of potential threats (inconsistencies) using real-time information
  • Developing security intelligence for defense against future attacks by disrupting threats at early stage

    arif 200
    Dato’ Arif Siddiqui
    CIO and Group CIO
    Standard Chartered Bank & Islamic Banking
    Malaysia 

3.00pm

Security Ecosystem Best Practice

         victor
         Victor Ching
         
CTO
         Tecforte
         Malaysia

3.30pm

Panel Discussion
Cross Border Privacy’s the Case for Asian Businesses and Consumers
This session will highlight the issues that arise from the different security requirements and regulations in Asian countries, and what are the concerns that should be addressed when working together across borders. Audience are encouraged to contribute their views and experience in this interactive discussion platform.

arif 200
Dato’ Arif Siddiqui
CIO and Group CIO
Standard Chartered Bank & Islamic Banking
Malaysia 

Emery Jou 200x200
Dr Emery Jou
Consultant of Europe
Institute for Information
Industry (III)
Taiwan

4.20pm Closing Summary
4.30pm End 

 

 

4th BIG DATA WORLD SHOW

 

Agenda Day 1: 19 September 2016

Agenda Day 1: 19 September 2016

8.30am

Registration

9.40am Opening Address by
Mr. Alvin Yong, Managing Director, Olygen Sdn. Bhd
9.50am “Big Data & its Use Globally”, Thought Leader’s Insight

        daniel
        Daniel Castro
        Director
        Centre for Data Innovation
        US

10.00am

Keynote Address
Disrupt or be Disrupted: Big Data, AI, Deep Learning & the Next
Wave of Technologies
As technologies such as cloud computing, mobile, social media,
big data analytics and artificial intelligence begin to get a
foothold in the mainstream of businesses, we are gearing up for
the most significant disruption in our approach to how we work,
live, play and learn.

This major shift towards smarter devices, smarter machines,
smarter cities, smarter cars, smarter systems will create more
value and disruption than the electric grid as well as the internet
did decades ago. Ivan shares his perspective on how today’s
businesses can challenge the status quo and capitalise on the
power of a smarter, more connected, data-driven ecosystem to
be successful in this new era and modern world.

Ivan 200x200
Dato’Seri Ivan Teh
CEO & Managing Director
Fusionex
Malaysia

10.20am

Keynote Address
Big Data & Critical Thinking
Businesses and governments are increasingly adopting the Moneyball principle of using data to predict and gain a competitive advantage from healthcare, telecommunications, retail, media, energy, and many other industries. Some argue that organisations that do not possess strong data and the skills to create value out of it will not survive. How can media companies leverage data for consumer insights and new product ideas? Can data assets be leveraged effectively for the overall business?

The keynote will give answers and an actionable framework. The main key messages are:

  • Do not dispair ­ Big Data is not what you want
  • There are many use­ cases of Big Data that are clearly defined
  • To build up a data team is simple. Do not look for unicorns look for a team.

lutz 200x200
Lutz Finger
Data Scientist
Cornell University
US

10.50am

Keynote Address
Make IoT Payoff with Big Data Streaming Analytics
The technology is here, and proven. Leveraging recent examples in
the high tech manufacturing and financial services space on their
adoption of cutting edge technologies, this session will highlight
how forward thinking leaders can utilize the next generations of
IT innovations to create a truly ‘Data Driven’ enterprise. Big data
ingestion, data security and governance are the building blocks,
but the key to success is dependent on how organizations can
effectively use their data to power their business and deliver real
value from their technology initiatives – with or without big data.

         
         Daniel Clarke
         Head, Big Data and Emerging Products, Asia Pacific Japan
         Informatica 
         Hong Kong

 11.10am

Dubai Data Initiatives
The Dubai Data Initiative is the most comprehensive and ambitious data initiative in the world. It consists of the Dubai Data Law, the Dubai Data Establishment, a set of policies, and a strategy with an action plan. The Dubai Data Law is a law passed in October 2015 which will allow the sharing of government and private sector data with the public. This includes open data, shared data, rich data and big data. The new law will make the data accessible to researchers, investors and service developers via an integrated platform called the Smart Dubai Platform. The law will create opportunities for collaboration, innovation and entrepreneurship between government and non-government entities, which would in turn increase the competitiveness of data providers at the local, regional and international levels.

Younus
Younus Al Nasser
Assistant Director General
Smart Dubai Office
UAE

11.30am

Keynote Address

        MDEC-CEO-200x200
       Dato’ Yasmin Mahmood
       CEO
       Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)
       Malaysia

11.40am Industry Academia Collaboration Announcements (token
presentation & photo op):
  • Cloudera Academic Partner Universities (MMU, UTAR, Sunway, Swinburne, UNIMAS, UMS & UKM)
  • MOA Exchange between Fusionex and Asia Pacific University
11.50am Data Professionals’ Recognition Ceremonies (with CEO HRDF,
token presentation & photo op):
  • Top 10 participants to complete Data Science MOOC Coursera in Malaysia
  • Top 5 Graduates of Enterprise Data Scientist Course in 2016
12.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Data Driven Business Model and Operations Transformation

        200x200
        Karim R. Lakhani
        Associate Professor of Business Administration
        Technology and Operations Management
        Harvard Business School
        US

2.25pm

Keynote Address
F1’s Formula to Success: Driving Efficiency to the Fast Lane’s via Big Data and Analytics

  • Deploying real-time data analytics to accelerate F1 cars into the winning track
  • Combining historical data and predictive models to enable strategic decision making
  • Optimising data-driven analytics to maximise component performance

Mark-Gallagher 
Mark Gallagher

Managing Director
Performance Insights Ltd.
UK

2.50pm

Keynote Address
Hadoop’s Impact on the Future of Data Management
As Hadoop and the surrounding projects mature, their impact on the data management sector is growing. Amr will talk about his views on how will the impact change over the next five years, what industries will benefit most, and which technologies are at risk of displacement and encroachment.

Amr-Awadallah-Cloudera 
Amr Awadallah
Co-founder and CTO

Cloudera
US

3.15pm

Keynote Address
Embracing Open Government Data and the Internet of Things in the US Public Sector To Accelerate Innovation and Adoption
This session will discuss the current efforts of the US government to publish open data and use the Internet of Things to improve government performance, increase transparency and accountability in government, and spur innovation throughout the economy. In particular, this presentation will discuss opportunities for public-private partnerships around data and how the government can promote technology-driven innovation in the public and private sector.

daniel
Daniel Castro
Director
Centre for Data Innovation
US

3.35pm

Exploiting Opportunities in Big Data From Telefonica’s Perspective

While most business people nowadays have heard of the term big data, not everybody has a concrete idea of what big data means in practice and what it can achieve. Once organisations do understand the opportunity, and have decided to embark on their big data journey, for many it is not clear where to start and how to approach the journey.  This talk will give concrete examples and use cases of big data, and discuss various relevant aspects to consider when implementing a big data strategy, including technology, analytics, use cases, data culture & organisational aspects.

 Richard Benjamins 200x200
Richard Benjamins
Group Director
BI and Big Data
Telefonica
Spain

3.55pm

Panel Discussion
Challenges and Opportunities of Adopting Big Data in Your Organisation
This session will act as a platform to discuss the benefits, pitfalls when adopting big data in your organisation, as well as the opportunities that comes with scaling up their technologies. The participants in the panel would also be discussing on how to determine the type of Big Data software suitable for oganisations. Audience are encouraged to share their views in this interactive discussion.

Panelists:
Mark-Gallagher 
Mark Gallagher

Managing Director

Performance Insights Ltd.
UK

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Karim R. Lakhani
Associate Professor of Business Administration
Technology and Operations Management
Harvard Business School
US

Dr. Suhazimah Dzazali
Dr. Suhazimah Dzazali
Deputy Director General (ICT)
Malaysian Administrative Modernisation And Management Planning Unit
(MAMPU)
Malaysia

 
Thillai Raj
 
CTO
MIMOS
Malaysia

dato-vig
YBhg. Dato’ CM Vignaesvaran Jeyandran
CEO
Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF)
Malaysia

Moderator:

ng-wan-peng
Dato’ Ng Wan Peng, COO,
Malaysia Digital Economy
Corporation (MDEC), Malaysia

4.40pm Closing Summary
4.45pm End 

 

 

 

Agenda Day 2: 20 September 2016 (Beyond Big Data Analytics)

 

8.30am Registration
9.30am Opening Remarks from the Chairperson/Emcee
9.40am

Real Time Customer Relevance in an Omni-Channel World
•   Exploring what customers really want – three simple rules
•   Omni channel – customer experiences, no channels
•   Simplexity – unlocking the power of data and beautiful design to deliver invisible experiences
•   80:20:100 – the invisibility ratio

Alex Twigg 200x200
Alex Twigg
Group Head of Services
Woolworths Limited
Australia

10.05am Allowing Digital Platforms to be Integrated and Managed Both at the Individual Consumer and Organisational Levels for Customer Satisfaction
MAB’s modernisation journey: mainframe decommission, data centre, Passenger Services System revamp
  • Exploring Business Capabilities Examples:
        – Advanced Customer Analytics
        – Using External data e.g. weather, traffic to improve disruption management
        – Engineering Predictive Maintenance
  • How MAB integrates everything to digital
  • Walking through use cases on the use of analytics, mobile, social, real-time data, IoT, and SCV

    Roy Benjamin Rasul, Lead Architect, Malaysia Airlines Berhad,
    Malaysia

10.30am

Digital Forensic In the Age of Big-Data
This last decade has witnessed a tremendous rapid increase in volume, veracity, velocity and variety of data generated by different cyber security solutions and as part of cyber investigation cases. When a significant amount of data is collected from or generated by different devices and sources, intelligent big-data analytical techniques are necessary to mine, interpret and visualise such data. To mitigate existing cyber security threats, it is important for big-data analytical techniques to keep pace. This talk first elaborates on current challenges in digital forensic and threat intelligence domains in dealing with big data and explains solutions and existing developments in the field. Finally it suggests several future works that paves the way in efficiently fighting against organised cyber criminals and advanced threats.

Ali
Ali Dehghantanha
Research Fellow
Cyber Forensics
Marie-Curie Fellowship
University of Salford
UK

10.55am “Beyond Big Data Analytics – Advance Analytics with Cortana Intelligent Suite”

         dr-zaha
         Dr. Dzaharudin Mansor
         National Technology Officer
         Microsoft
         Malaysia

11.20am

The BIG Voice Behind BIG Healthcare Data
The healthcare industry has experienced tremendous growth, along with opportunities and challenges. For instance, big data has played a major role over the years in mapping, organising, and structuring patient information as well as industry needs. Right from innovation stages to clinical data assessments to actual patients response, big data has always been the basis of critical decision makings.

Hence, this presentation looks at how the healthcare industry maintains this crucial practice, and how it is being implemented. We will also discover the responsible party for the practice and find out the benefits medical practitioners and patients can gain out of big data.

spk-shanti-shamdasani(b)
Shanti Shamdasani
Director
Government and Policy Affairs ASEAN
PT Johnson & Johnson
Indonesia

11.40pm

A Perspective on the Capacity and Performance of Big Data Today and Tomorrow

  • Enriching companies on the essence of volume, variety, velocity and veracity to provide continuous speed and foresight in business operations
  • Raising concerns about the real-world applications in yielding insights beyond numerical values
  • Realizing on the change unstructured data could instil towards achieving the relevancy of Big Data



Dr. Fun Wey
Big Data Lead Solution Consultant
Professional services APJ
HPE
Singapore

12.00pm

How industry collaboration can lead to positive shared outcomes for all in a high regulatory environment
The health insurance sector in Australia is highly regulated. IT system and data sharing projects have the capacity to both reduce red-tape and deliver significant efficiencies for users, regulators and the industry.  In this session, an example of a collaborative project will be presented which demonstrates where the needs of regulators, users and the industry are benefiting from new IT systems and data sharing arrangements

troy delbridge 200x200
Dr. Troy Delbridge
ICT Consultant
Independent
Former Chief Data & Information Officer

Private Healthcare Australia
Australia

12.30pm Lunch
2.00pm

‘How Does Government Support Big Data’  –  A view from the UK

  • Overview on Tech City UK and Tech North – timeline on key achievements
  • Key themes coming out of the UK in data analytics 
  • Case studies of how governments and/or corporates are using big data
  • Overview on key initiatives that the UK government has introduced in data analytics 

Parveen-01-01
Parveen Dhanda
Head 
Future Fifty Programme
Tech City UK
UK

2.20pm

Panel Discussion
The Barriers Keeping Companies From Acting Upon Possibilities Big Data Has to Offer
This session aims to look into the characteristics of a data driven organisation, and the possible barriers that are holding companies back from adopting the big data practice. The participants in this panel will discuss about how organisations can overcome this barriers in order to optimally run big data projects.

AZ
Aidil Zulkifli
CEO
UangTeman
Indonesia

speaker_keeratpal
Dr. Keeratpal Singh
Principal Data Scientist

Sharala Axryd(B)
Sharala Axryd
Managing Director
The Center of Applied Data Science (CADS)
Malaysia

Moderator:
Muhundhan Kamarapullai
Head of Startup and
Entrepreneurship Ecosystem (SEED), Malaysia Digital Economy
Corporation (MDEC),
Malaysia

3.00pm

Panel Discussion
Privacy vs Trust – Maintaining the Balance: Using Private Data for Public Good
This session will act as a platform to discuss the issues that arise with personalisation at the expense of data privacy. It will look into the fine line of building trust and strengthening credibility to use customer data in a responsible way and customers’ level of comfort.

Alex Twigg 200x200
Alex Twigg
Group Head of Services
Woolworths Limited
Australia

spk-shanti-shamdasani(b)
Shanti Shamdasani
Director
Government and Policy Affairs ASEAN
PT Johnson & Johnson
Indonesia

azrulb
Azrul Hasni 
VP
Enterprise Data Architecture
Maybank
Malaysia

Moderator:

sr
Ir. Siva Ramanathan
Chief Strategy Officer
Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Malaysia

3.40pm

Big Data from the Trenches: Advice from the FSI Industry
Big Data Analytics (BDA) today is confusing, especially for the Financial Services Industry which is still running things on legacy mainframe technology. As we are getting used to Hadoop, a barrage of new technologies (Spark, Kafka etc.) brings a whole new facade to Big Data. This presentation tries make sense of BDA from a practitioner’s point view. Rather than presenting a laundry list of frameworks, we are choosing a typical problem – and we will sieve through numerous technology/techniques from the viewpoint of a problem solver. With this, we hope to bring some sense into the overwhelming world of BDA.

azrulb
Azrul Hasni
VP
Enterprise Data Architecture
Maybank
Malaysia

4.00pm Closing Summary
4.10pm End 

 

 

Agenda Day 2: 20 September 2016 (Data-Driven Businesses)

 

8.30am Registration
9.30am Opening Remarks from the Chairperson/Emcee
9.40am

Disruptive Technology to Analyse Risks in Unsecured Microlending in Emerging Markets like Indonesia

  • Unlocking the untapped powerful transformation in the finance sector with smart data in micro-lending; challenges and opportunities
  • The next generation of the scoring system
  • Analysing online behaviour and financial data: predict the borrower’s willingness to repay and proactively detect fraud situations
  • Looking at scenario-based examples to further facilitate understanding of the concept

    AZ
    Aidil Zulkifli
    CEO
    UangTeman
    Indonesia

10.00am

Sponsor topic to be confirmed

Ravikumar-01-01
Ravikumar Shankar
VP 
Global Business Development

Miaozhen Systems
Singapore

10.20am

Building your startup on big data
For a startup in the digital age, data is the key differentiator in competitive spaces like e-commerce. With the premise of easily handling terabytes of data, a variety of free and commercial tools court the favor of potential customers. But it’s easy to lose yourself in only collecting and crunching these vast amounts of data. In this session we will talk about how to establish a data culture throughout your company, to move from collecting and crunching data to extracting insights and acting upon them.

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            Heinrich Wendel
           
CTO
     
      iPrice, Malaysia

10.40am

Changing the Face of Analytics in E-Commerce

The presentation looks at how analytics techniques and models have evolved in keeping with the dynamic and fast paced nature of the e-Commerce industry. Marketing Spending is a key aspect where spends and media mix allocation need to be optimised in close to real time in e-Commerce. Marketing spends need be managed around multiple platforms (multiple online platforms and offline) across devices (desktops & mobiles), while traditional predictive marketing analytics focusing on time series modelling typically fail in such scenarios as they are typically based on a minimum of a 2 or 3 year horizon of historical data. This presentation focuses on case examples using new age predictive analytics techniques which have been successful in allocating and managing marketing spends for e-Commerce players.

Padmanabhan Ramaswamy(B)
Padmanabhan Ramaswamy
Head
Business Intelligence and Analytics
GEMFIVE.COM
Malaysia

11.00am Topic to be confirmed
         aziz-ali
         Aziz Ali
        Country Manager
        Malaysia and Brunei
        Brocade
        Malaysia
11.20am

Waze: Big Data Application in Real Life

     •   Exploring how Waze works through crowdsourcing
     •   Looking into how the data is used to improve lives of many
     •   Some examples and use cases, e.g. CCP programme

Edward Ling200x200
Edward Ling
Country Sales Manager
Waze
Malaysia

11.40pm

Crafting Magical Consumer Experiences with the Power of Big Data

The presentation explores the potential impact of Big Data to the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) Industry, which consists of:

  • How some brands have already taken the lead in using Big Data to craft magical consumer experiences
  • How Big Data could be effectively deployed as power tool to attain a competitive lead
  • Sharing case studies and examples to bring to light the challenges marketers face and the opportunities open to us in this new age of data abundance

AnserAly
Anser Aly
Senior Global Brand DevelopmentManager – Dirt is Good
Unilever 
Singapore

12.00pm

Music, Millennials, and Data

  • How music streaming has changed the way we discover and experience music
  • Music is art but music experience is increasingly becoming more of Science, specifically “Data Science”
  • How Spotify uses Data to create a personalised music experience for each individual
  • How Music Consumption has evolved from being based on Genres to being based on our everyday moments
  • How Malaysians music consumption differs from those of Singaporeans

Asad Kalimi
Asad Kalimi
Head
Market Strategy and Operations
Spotify
Singapore

12.20pm Lunch
2.00pm

Developing the Data Science Workforce of the Future – How Learning Technology Can Prepare Future Data Scientists, and How We Can Use Data Science To Continually Improve Learning

dr. sinha
Dr. Nikhil Sinha
Chief Business Officer
Coursera
US

2.20pm

Panel Discussion
The Rise of On-Demand Services in Malaysia
Ubiquitous communications, freelance work forces and low transaction costs are giving rise to the on-demand companies. The presence of inexpensive computing power and sophisticated mobile devices had bred the new generation of cloud-based services of all kind. 

Richard Benjamins 200x200
Richard Benjamins
Group Director
BI and Big Data
Telefonica
Spain


Dr Emery Jou
Consultant of Europe

Institute for Information
Industry (III)
Taiwan

hairy
Hairry Abdul Razak
Head of Evaluation for Commercialisation Fund
Cradle Fund, Malaysia

Moderator: Gopi Ganesalingam, Vice President, Enterprise Development Consulting, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Malaysia

3.00pm

Personalisation: Every Member is a First Class Citizen

Edwin Shao-01
Edwin Shao
CEO
Terminal 1
Former Data Science Head
Asia Miles
Hong Kong

3.20pm

Big Data and The Three Truths of Marketing Impact
This presentation describes the notions of perceived business value and true business value, and clarify when they are or are not the same, along with examples in which organisations were assessing the value of their initiatives in a way that, although perceived to be truthful, in actuality was not. By using ideas from causal inference and machine learning, this presentation explains how we have managed to assist these organisations in transitioning their processes into a new paradigm, rooted in science and experimentation, which ultimately enable them to align perception with reality. This provides improved accountability and awareness of which actions truly add business value and which do not.

Tiberio Caetano
Tiberio Caetano
Chief Scientist
Ambiata
Australia

3.40pm

Mobile Apps and Big Data in Southeast Asia: Information Explosion Empowering SMEs
This presentation will centre around:

  • Mobile apps generating colossal amounts of data across ASEAN; unique data opportunities presented by mobile-first technologies
  • Big data used to enhance productivity of small business in ASEAN
  • The ‘big data’ that applications like ServisHero use to empower developing nations
  • The future of the app economy in ASEAN

Karl Loo (B)
Karl Loo
Co-founder and CEO
ServisHero
Malaysia

4.00pm Closing Summary
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