THE ROAD TOWARDS NATIONAL CABy Sylvia W Sumarlin, Chairlady of FTIIBali, 16 January 2013                                  ...
I T INDUSTRIES ROLE SUPPORTING SAFE CYBER  COMMUNICATION, TRANSACTION AND IDENTITYExisting Condition• Each individual, cor...
IMPLEMENTING BIOMETRIC SYSTEM in INDONESIA• Are we ready?• Pre- requisities  Think of how to develop the whole  equipment...
I.T. INDUSTRY CONTRIBUTIONS• Road map of Biometrics implementation• Lead sector  LEMSANEG ( Lembaga Sandi Negara)• Indust...
SECURITIES INDUSTRY IS RELATED DIRECTLY TOMANUFACTURING• Formal logistical support plan• Provide quality and timely suppor...
SECURITY and NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY• Borderless world in the cyberworld• According to Mastel ( Infocom Society in Indonesia ...
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY• Foreign which are proven and widely used• Versus : National CA which are designated for its own ...
PP 82 / 2012 – PSTE• “E-public services must have a minimum  qualification to have trusted sertification  based on the I T...
MANUFACTURER, SERVICE PROVIDER and PUBLIC’s DREAM• To have a solid and reliable platform• Co-operation between goverment, ...
PUTTING TOGETHER A BIG PUZZLE• Committment• Dare to conduct public testing• ....                            2013 Internati...
CONCLUSION The need for having a CA in Indonesia is certainly unavoidable. A strong support from LEMSANEG to assist the de...
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  1. 1. THE ROAD TOWARDS NATIONAL CABy Sylvia W Sumarlin, Chairlady of FTIIBali, 16 January 2013 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  2. 2. I T INDUSTRIES ROLE SUPPORTING SAFE CYBER COMMUNICATION, TRANSACTION AND IDENTITYExisting Condition• Each individual, corporation government institution seek their own security system and method• Most of them use commercial products from multinationals security providers.• Missing national cyber security initiatives  is it needed? Necessary? 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  3. 3. IMPLEMENTING BIOMETRIC SYSTEM in INDONESIA• Are we ready?• Pre- requisities  Think of how to develop the whole equipment logistic chain from manufacturing all the way to equipment usage• Think of how to provide data storage for any or if any existing critical national/public or individual’s information• Preparing the national infrastuctureHIGH DEGREE OF COMPLEXITY 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  4. 4. I.T. INDUSTRY CONTRIBUTIONS• Road map of Biometrics implementation• Lead sector  LEMSANEG ( Lembaga Sandi Negara)• Industry’s planning from component preparation, design architecture/platform, research and development to conform with national implementation• The truth : commercial/business community needs for security always in demand. Cannot wait for regulation. 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  5. 5. SECURITIES INDUSTRY IS RELATED DIRECTLY TOMANUFACTURING• Formal logistical support plan• Provide quality and timely support for the field support engineers to conduct repair and replacement of Biometric equipments• Hardware and Firmware should be reliable. It shoud be tamper resistant.SO FAR, WE ONLY TALKED ABOUT MINORITY ISSUE OFEQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  6. 6. SECURITY and NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY• Borderless world in the cyberworld• According to Mastel ( Infocom Society in Indonesia ), the size of internet users reached 55.23 million people, the internet penetration still around 18.5%, 3G and CDMA sim card users about 200 million• Demand for electronic transaction is high  currently peple are oblivious forward the cyber crime.• Who to trust? 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  7. 7. CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY• Foreign which are proven and widely used• Versus : National CA which are designated for its own citizen• Benefits Vs Disadvantages? What to do in the absence of national CA? Private CA for public interest 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  8. 8. PP 82 / 2012 – PSTE• “E-public services must have a minimum qualification to have trusted sertification based on the I T governance perspective”• Qualification hardware/firmware, application, services etc... 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  9. 9. MANUFACTURER, SERVICE PROVIDER and PUBLIC’s DREAM• To have a solid and reliable platform• Co-operation between goverment, services and manufacturing sectors developing Certificate of Authority• Each sector is represented by its institution / association• Local content to enhance security and economic growth• Joint research and development in providing technology, lab facilities, etc 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  10. 10. PUTTING TOGETHER A BIG PUZZLE• Committment• Dare to conduct public testing• .... 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION
  11. 11. CONCLUSION The need for having a CA in Indonesia is certainly unavoidable. A strong support from LEMSANEG to assist the development of CA together with Local IT expertise will create a strong platform for a secured electronic transaction for public and private use. 2013 International Seminar of Cyber Law: GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO NATIONAL E-AUTHENTIFICATION

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