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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

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.

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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 and Morning Coffee
9.30am Opening Remarks from the Chairperson/Emcee
9.40am

Opening Keynote
Building Data Security, Resilience and the Role of Governments

  • Emphasising the need for implementing frameworks for security standards effectively
  • Having an authority to regulate and enforce data security standards of commercial entities
  • Ensuring confidence in the security infrastructure to gain public trust
10.00am

Assessing the Effectiveness of the Latest Technology for Preventing Data Loss in Your Organisation

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Dr Emery Jou
Advisory Engineer
Institute for Information
Industry
Taiwan

10.20am

Safeguarding Critical Data in the Cloud Amidst Rising Cyber Security Threats

  • Improving resilience against cyber threats and exploitation due to vulnerabilities in information systems, network and technology
  • Securing your data on attacks against virtual payment systems
  • Safeguarding vital business information against stealthier malware

    Chris
    Chris Poulos
    Vice President
    APJ
    Delphix
    Australia

10.40am  Limiting Lateral Movement and Containing Threats to Combat Sophisticated Cyber Attacks
  • Discussing the requirement for continued monitoring and vigilance
  • Reducing cyber dwell time to keep attackers out
  • Development of in depth defense (firewalls, keyboard security and vaccine development capability)
11.00am

A Security Architecture for Tomorrow’s Landscape

  • Highlighting key strategies supplemented with network security tools that can discover and close vulnerabilities
  • Using intelligent metrics within continuous monitoring systems to empower greater cyber-situational
  • Determining the tools to help identify mitigating controls for potential threats
11.20am

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.

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Dr. Amirudin Abdul Wahab
CEO
CyberSecurity Malaysia
Malaysia

11.40am

Creating the Vigilant Employee in the Data Security War

  • Evolution of the insider threat
  • Equip developers with expansive security knowledge
  • Building a cybersecurity culture as strong as your safety culture
12.00pm

Assessing the Effectiveness of the Latest Technology for Preventing Data Loss in Your Organisation

  • Addressing security vulnerabilities that threatens organisation’s sensitive data
  • Implications of consumer mobile systems in the enterprise
  • Addressing data prevention leakage and how to avoid losing sensitive data (data encryption)
12.20pm Lunch
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
  • Develop security intelligence for defense against future attacks by disrupting threats at early stage
2.50pm

Managing Identity in Cloud and Big Data

  • The security risks involved in cloud adoption
  • Potential identity issues that may arise with cloud as a vehicle for continuous innovation
  • Effective data management to maintain integrity and secure sensitive data
3.10pm

Effective Data Science Use Cases for Cyber Attack Detection and Prevention

This session will cover case studies on the various types of cyber attacks and what was done or could be done in future, especially with the advancement of data science services available in the market.

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.

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 and Morning Coffee
9.30am Welcome Note by the Organiser
9.35am Opening Remarks from the Chairperson
9.50am Arrival of VIP
10.00am National Anthem, Doa Recital Opening Speech by VIP /guest of honour
10.20am Official Opening Ceremony – gimmick
10.40am

Opening Address
Propelling Malaysia’s Journey to Big Data Adoption

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

11.20am

Keynote Address

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Lutz Finger
Data Scientist
Cornell University
US

11.50am

Keynote Address
Topic to be confirmed

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Ivan Teh
Managing Director
Fusionex
Malaysia

12.10pm

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

12.30pm

Keynote Address
Speaker to be Advised, Informatica

12.50pm Lunch
2.30pm

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
CMS Motor Trading (Grand Prix Motor Racing)
UK

2.50pm

Keynote Address
Big Data as A Foundation for Broad Disruptive Innovation  
It is said that data is a valuable asset for an organisation. However, it is only true if the collected data are put to good use. This session will dissect how organisations can use big data analytics systematically improve operations, detect trends and make quicker decisions in order to maximise the value from the data assets, technologies and tools that have been invested.

3.10pm

Embracing Open Government Data Platform in the Public Sector To Accelerate Innovation and Adoption
This session will demonstrate Australia’s success in publishing data to foster compatibility and interoperability by creating a methodology for public policy to transform transparency in government. Though change are often resisted especially in the Asian culture, learn how changing the culture of agencies to support the rest of the economy in building ecosystems of service delivery.

3.30pm

Keynote Address to be confirmed

3.50pm

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

CMS Motor Trading (Grand Prix Motor Racing)
UK

4.40pm Closing Summary
5.00pm End

Agenda Day 2: 20 September 2016

Agenda Day 2: 20 September 2016 – Beyond Big Data Analytics

8.30am Registration and Morning Coffee
9.30am Opening Remarks from the Chairperson/Emcee
9.40am Sponsor Case Study to be confirmed
10.00am

Making the Right Investment: Maximising the Value of Customer Data with Data Analytics

The banking industry is deemed to be greatly affected by the economic slowdown, learn how finance institutions are using cross-selling and up-selling insights to drive top line growth with “next best action” analytics model leading to increased profitability. The combination of internal and external data sets with applied advanced analytics techniques help to better identify and qualify target customers for increased conversion rates. This session will also discuss how targeting specific micro segments by combining various data points such as past buying behavior, demographics, sentiment analysis from social media and CRM data also improves customer engagement

10.20am

WeChat Open Hardware Platform

China’s most popular mobile messaging app moves towards Internet of Things (IOT) to allow consumers to control thir living environment through the app.

10.40am Sponsor Case Study to be confirmed
11.00am Presentation
GrabTaxi: Using Machine to Predict Taxi Availability
The ability to allocate search queries and planning for taxis to be in particular areas at certain timings when they are in high demand involves tremendous math. Learn how GrabTaxi uses big data algorithm model to optimise and analyse big data to meet the supply and demand chain – even before customers press the “book” button.
11.20am Making the Right Call: Applying Advanced Analytics for Effective Real-Time Contextual Campaigning to Reduce Churn
The telecommunications industry is one of the few who holds highly comprehensive data, however are susceptible to high churn rate and price competition. Learn how the telco industry improves the quality of the network operations and provide enhanced customer service for valued customers, perform scenario-based analyses and campaign simulations in real-time using live customer and established campaign data and to gain marketing agility by creating smarter real-time promotional campaigns: pushing relevant products or services at the right place and time.
11.40pm Mining Big Data to Improve Clinical Effectiveness
With an ageing population and management of chronic diseases, Singapore has one of the lowest fertility rates in the world and one of the fastest ageing population. Singapore succumbs to digital health to enhance its healthcare systems to meet the challenges posed by the demographic and epidemiological shift. This case study shares how the hospital managements can be more efficient with EHR. The use of precise clinical information helps improve preoperative patient care with real-time feedback, helping top management make more informed decisions to reduce operational cost and increase ROI. This digital advancement would help reduce disparities in access to healthcare and increase value by turning individuals into advocates for their own health
12.00pm Sponsor Case Study to be confirmed
12.20pm Lunch
2.00pm Case study to be confirmed
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 what are 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.

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Aidil Zulkifli
CEO
UangTeman
Indonesia

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Dr. Keeratpal Singh
Principal Data Scientist

3.00pm Sponsor Case Study to be confirmed
3.20pm Case Study
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.
3.40pm Closing Summary
4.00pm End

 

 

Agenda Day 2: 20 September 2016

Agenda Day 2: 20 September 2016 – Data-Driven Businesses

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

Opening Keynote How Airbnb Uses Machine Learning to Detect Host Preferences

Airbnb developed a machine learning and algorithm model that infers Airbnb host preferences for accommodation requests based on past behaviour. Learn how Airbnb’s price optimisation feature would increase the host and guest matches that leads to booking conversion

10.00am Sponsor Case Study to be confirmed
10.20am

Exploiting Opportunities in Big Data From Telefonica’s Perspective

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Richard Benjamins
Group Director
BI and Big Data
Telefonica
Spain

10.40am

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

11.00am Sponsor Case Study to be confirmed
11.20am

Optimising Delivery Routes of Lorries in Malaysia with Lean Technology

The 20-person start-up will share their journey on the data driven business model to increase reliability of the transportation industry.

11.40pm Sponsor Case Study to be confirmed
12.00pm

Customising E-Commerce Sites to Suit Different Cultures by Designing Relevant Market Campaigns

The mushrooming of e-commerce sites has given consumers more options, however the competition increases to convert consumers to customers and to maintain customer loyalty. Dealing with different cultures, it is crucial to aggregate customer experience by identifying trends across the community. How can the personalised designing of relevant market campaigns through predictive analytics help increase customer engagement and what would this mean to your organisation?

12.20pm Lunch
2.00pm Case study to be confirmed
2.30pm

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. This panel brings together the new generation of young entrepreneurs to share their views.

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Richard Benjamins
Group Director
BI and Big Data
Telefonica
Spain

3.00pm Sponsor Case Study to be confirmed
3.20pm Case Study to be confirmed
3.40pm Closing Summary
4.00pm End

 

 

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