Three UII Informatics Engineering lecturers and one UII Information Systems Agency (BSI) staff member were delegates to the 48th Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN) at Putra Putra Malaysia University (UPM) Putrajaya on July 22-26, 2019. The event which consisted of various seminar topics, tutorials, and workshops was attended by 278 participants from 28 countries. There were six delegations from Indonesia: one from ITB, one from the Cisco Networking Academy Indonesia, and four from UII.
Mr. M. Andri Setiawan, PhD, as the head of BSI UII and also a lecturer in Informatics Engineering UII, represented Indonesia Research & Education Network (IdREN) in this APAN48 forum. Mr. Andri shared his experience in the distribution process of one of the UII data center infrastructure systems from virtualization to container-based technology. He also filled one of the modules in the Identity & Access Management tutorial module, as one of the programs to accelerate eduroam and provide international journals in Indonesian research and education institutions.
The opportunity to fill in Lightning Talk at APAN48 was also obtained by Mr. Fietyata Yudha with the title of the presentation “Forensic Acquisition as a Service”. Mr. Yudha’s presentation was one of 8 presentations at the brief discussion session which was chosen from the many incoming flash meeting proposals. In addition, Mr. Yudha is the only APAN48 delegation from Indonesia to receive a fellowship program.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Fayruz Rahma attended a meeting of the Computer Security Incident Training Team (CSIRT) and training (TRANSITS I) funded by the Trans Eurasia Information Network – Cooperation Center (TEIN * CC). In the training, participants learn about managing IT-related events and discuss with other participants about cyber security in each country. Mrs. Fayruz shared about the collaboration program of the Pusfid UII with the Badan Siber dan Sandi Negara (BSSN), namely the KLiKS, Cyber Security Literacy Campaign.