DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PATH: AN UPDATE OF ICC DIGITAL STANDARDS INITIATIVE AND INDONESIA’S PERSPECTIVES ICC Indonesia Thursday, 7th,
Thursday, 7th, July 2022
Digital technology has played an important role in today’s business world, and this role has become very crucial during the Covid-19 pandemic. In the future, digital technology will play a key role in all activities of human life. As an organization that aims to advance the business world, the International Chambers of Commerce (ICC) has consistently overseen the development of this digital technology, starting with the ICC digital road, which is in its stages of entering the Digital Standard Initiatives (DSI) concept. DSI has entered an important stage in the effort to achieve digital technology connectivity coupled with legal reforms.
In terms of international cooperation, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) which in the fifth meeting of the Intergovernmental group of experts (IGE) on e-commerce and the digital economy on 27-29 April, 2022 has succeeded in making decisions in the form of policy recommendations which are expected to be implemented by its members.
In the policy recommendation no. 1 stated that Encourages Governments and the international community to adopt policies to make use of the opportunities of the digital economy and to address the challenges of the digital divide between and within countries, including through a holistic and whole-ofgovernment approach, so as to increase the resilience and capacities of countries to use digitalization to deal with crises and to ensure that the benefits of digital transformation are shared by all, while building a better future and accelerating the pace towards the timely accomplishment of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Indonesia itself has made preparations, including the founding of WANTIKNAS (National Information and Communication Technology Council) and what we know as the five steps to accelerate digital transformation. This shows that we pay great attention to the development of this digital technology.
1. Provide information to participants regarding developments within the ICC, especially those related to the Digital Standards Initiative and how to harmonize legal and regulatory provisions.
2. Provide the information of the latest developments in relation with Indonesian government policies, especially those that are of particular interest to WANTIKNAS.
Indonesian Banking Industries, Corporations, IT Providers
This is a virtual seminar utilizing the ZOOM Platform.
– ICC Digital Standard Initiative:
•Hannah Nguyen, Director, Digital Ecosystems
•Raoul, Deputy Director, Legal Reform
– ICC Indonesia :
•Ilham A. Habibie, Chief Executive, National ICT Council (Wantiknas) : President, ICC Indonesia
IDR 300.000 (Member)
IDR 350.000 (Non-Member)
For registration and further information drop an email to ICC Indonesia :
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(Thursday) 8:00 am – 11:00 am