Agenda

13:30 - 17:45
Cyber & Digital Security-2019
Session partner: MDDDAI KZ
Hilton
Singapore Hall

Cyber & Digital Security-2019     

Organisers: Ministry of Digital Development, Defense and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kaspersky Lab

The development of information and communication technologies (ICT) plays a crucial role for the economic and socio-political development of each country individually and humanity as a whole. However, the ICT development not only creates opportunities for growth and development, but also creates threats to international and national security. Interstate confrontation that has penetrated into the information sector can be followed by conflicts, that can turn into the extreme form of informational wars.

International information security today is defined as "the status of international relations, precluding the violation of global stability and the creation of threats to security of states and the world community in the information space."

Section 1. Digital Security State and Ecosystem

Key Issues:

  • The current state of the Informational Security legislation base in the Republic of Kazakhstan and in the world
  • Map of threats for the Republic of Kazakhstan and the world
  • Measures of technological protection of critical objects of information and communication infrastructure: the point of view of the regulator
  • Foreign legislative and practical experience in state defense

Moderator:

  • Dmitry Goloburda, Information Security Committee, Ministry of Digital Development, Defense and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Speakers:

  • Ruslan Abdikalikov, Deputy Head of Information Security Committee, MinistryofDigitalDevelopment, DefenseandAerospaceIndustryoftheRepublicofKazakhstan
  • Oleg Bil, Head of anti-malware research lab, State Technical Service, Committee of National Security of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Gani Nadirkhanov, DirectorforInformationSecurityDepartment, National Information Technologies JSC
  • Saken Zhumashev, Managing Partner, Head of Management and Risk Consulting, KPMG in Kazakhstan and Central Asia
  • GonenVardi, STM (Turkey

Section 2. Processes, technologies, personnel. The basics of digital security.

Key Isssues:

  • Best practices of state defense
  • Evolution of technology from basic protection to prediction of threats
  • Inside roles of IS officers
  • Information Security Operations Center teams, training, work regulations
  • Measures of technological protection for critical objects of information and communication infrastructure (KVOIKI)
  • Digital identity, digital fingerprints, personal security
  • Industrial safety on joints of personnel and technology

Moderator:

  • Evgeniy Pitolin, Managing Director, Kaspersky Lab – Kazakhstan, Central Asia & Mongolia

Speakers:

  • Evgeniy Pitolin, Managing Director, Kaspersky Lab – Kazakhstan, Central Asia & Mongolia
  • Rustem Khayretdinov, SVP, Infowatch первыйвице-президентГК InfoWatch
  • Gaziz Donenbay, Executive Director, TransTelecom
  • Timur Abdulmenov, Head of regional office, Infowatch
  • Kirill llganaev, Regional Manager for Central Asia, Palo Alto
  • Nazym Latypaev, systems engineer, Cisco
  • Ruslan Stefanov, ICS consultant, Honeywell

Section 3. Dialogue of society and business. Round table “Evolution of digital security”

Moderator:

  • Andrew Beklemishev, Vice President, Central Asia Region, IDC

Speakers:

  • Shavkat Sabirov, President, ALE Internet Association of Kazakhstan
  • Viktor Pokusov, Chairman, ALE InformationSecurityAssociationofKazakhstan
  • Arman Abdrasilov, Director, Center for analysis and investigation of cyber-attack (TSARKA)
  • Vitaliy Li, Chairman, Central Asian Association of information security experts
  • Arnur Tokhtabayev, Director, T&T Security
  • Baizhan Kanafin, Documentolog LLP
  • Dr. MakhmutTomanov, Advisor to Chairman of the Board of Directors, SC “Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunication”
  • Kalilallo Baitasov, Kazakh-BritishTechnicalUniversity (KBTU)
  • Erzhan Seitkulov, Director of Research Institute of Information Security and Cryptology,GumilevEurasianNationalUniversity (ENU)

 

15:00 - 16:15
Big Data Conference
Session partner: IER / Kazakhtelecom
Dubai Hall
Congress Centre

Big Data Conference

Organisers: JSC Economic Research Institute, World Bank, JSC Kazakhtelecom

Experts have spent decades trying to improve the quality of life in cities, from electronic bicycles to paying for traffic jams.

The smart city is the technology of improvement in all aspects of urban life and improvement of quality of services that cities offer to their residents.To become a smart city, cities need reliable data on which long-term solutions will be based.

The expansion of big data and the development of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology have played an important role in the implementation of smart city initiatives. Big data give cities the ability to get valuable information from a large amount of data collected from various sources, and IoT helps integrating sensors, radio frequency identification and Bluetooth into the real environment, using high-network services.The combination of IoT and big data is an underexplored area that has set new and interesting challenges aimed at development of future smart cities.

During this session, JSC “Economic Research Institute” together with the World Bank and Kazakhtelecom JSC plan to discuss state-of-the-art communication technologies and intelligent applications in the context of smart cities. Visions of big data analytics to support smart cities are discussed with an emphasis on how big data can fundamentally change the urban population at different levels. In addition, a future big data business model for smart cities will be proposed, and business research and technology research objectives will be identified. This study can serve as a guide for researchers and industries for the future progress and development of smart cities in the context of big data.By installing sensors in the urban infrastructure and creating new data sources - including from citizens using their mobile devices - Smart City managers can use big data analysis to monitor and predict urban life in new ways.

This conference devoted to big data analysis and data science will provide presentation of original case studies and exchange and dissemination of innovative practical ideas for smart city development. The conference will cover all aspects of data science, intellectual data analytics including algorithms, software, systems and applications.

“Big Data and Smart Cities” attracts researchers and developers from a wide range of fields related to data science, such as data mining, machine learning, statistics, data visualization, imaging, databases and data storage, knowledge-based systems and high-performance computing. In addition to the scientific program, poster presentations will be presented at the conference, as well as panels on the application of big data in urban life. The conference will discuss the innovative approaches of leading global companies that solve today's key problems in data management in smart cities.

Key Issues:

  • Data security
  • Planning the development of smart cities based on data
  • Transport and big data
  • New trends (case studies)
  • Sustainable development of smart cities based on big data

Moderators:

  • Asset Tuyakbayev, Chief Transformation Officer, Economic Research Institute

Speakers:

  • Vitaliy Sattarov, Expert, Skolkovo; Founder of Ubic
  • Anton Musin, Managing Director, Accenture Kazakhstan
  • Wiebke Schloemer, Director for Europe and Central Asia at International Finance Corporation (IFC)
  • Vadim Lyu, Head of business marketing development JSC «Kcell»

 

15:00 - 16:15
The advisory board on digitalisation in Kazakhstan “Digitalization in achievement of sustainability in social development
Session partner:
International technopark
of IT-startups «Astana hub»

The advisory board on digitalisation in Kazakhstan “Digitalization in achievement of sustainability in social development

Organisers: The Ministry of Digital Development, Defense and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, «Zerde» National Infocommunication Holding JSC

In 2018 for proper implementation and achievement of target indicators of the National program “Digital Kazakhstan” the Advisory Board on digitalization in Kazakhstan (hereinafter - the Board) under the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan was established.

The main goal of the Board is to formulate suggestions, provide advice and expert opinions on the digitalization in the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as specific projects, activities and programs in information and communications technology.

Key Issue:

  • Digital technology for the enhanced social and economic development

Moderator:

  • Andrew Beklemishev, Vice President, IDC

Welcoming Speech:

  • Askar Mamin, Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Speakers:

  • Robert Farish, Vice President, Russia and CIS, IDC
  • Jane Treadwell, Practice Manager, Digital Development Global Practice, World Bank
  • Yasmin Mahmood, Digital Economy Transformation Consultancy and Implementation
  • Ivar Tallo, Founder and the first Director of E-Governance Academy
  • Liam Maxwell, Director, Government Transformation, Amazon Web Services
  • Bruno Lanvin, Executive Director, Global Indices, INSEAD
  • Jeff Merritt, Head of IoT, Robotics & Smart Cities, The World Economic Forum

 

16:30 - 18:30
Digital agriculture: from accurate agronomy to smart farms
Session partner: UN FAO / KZ MoA
Congress Center
New York Hall

Digital agriculture: from accurate agronomy to smart farms

Organisers: Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Digital globalization era based on the data flows with information, ideas and innovations has started. Based on the projections by 2020 25% of the global economy will transit to digital technologies that would facilitate the efficient functioning of states, businesses and society. Developed countries that have completed industrialization are successfully upgrading their economies. They are rushing to develop innovative technologies dominated by artificial intelligence, automation and digital platforms. Global research and technological developments total today around US.0 trillion and the average annual growth in 4.0%.

Digital technologies are considered by Kazakhstan as the main route to economic diversification, transferring from commodity-based to industrial-servicing model.

Traditional industries such as agriculture and, in particular, selection and cloning in crop and livestock production, ensuring mass production and consumption to the detriment of the environment, are no longer significant. Smart agrotechnologies are coming in place that are provided through machine learning and neural networks, digital platforms, 3D printing, robotics, biosensors and Big Data. Opportunities to modernize the industry are huge. Agriculture in the world is turning from a traditional into a high-tech industry, which is able to create new markets for innovative solutions and developments that did not exist before to solve a large number of practical issues. The time has come for the intelligent digital solutions to help the national agriculture cope with the problems of increasing labor productivity in the industry and its sustainable development. Agriculture is the most vulnerable sector for natural phenomena, which are largely dependent on climatic factors. Over time, the impact of climate change on global food security will grow. Intensity, seasonality and rainfall will become increasingly unpredictable, which will significantly reduce the ability of the agrarian business to adapt to such changes. We can add here the enormous damage caused to the country's economy as a result of droughts or floods due to climate change. Digitalization in AIS will: reduce risks, adapt to climate change, increase crop yields and animal productivity, and plan field work in a timely manner. Reducing the cost of production, improving quality and competitiveness based on the efficient use of resources and science-based approaches are the main tasks of digitization in agriculture. Providing the necessary information to rural producers will reduce transaction costs for the purchase and sale, simplify the supply chain of products from the field to the consumer, reduce the shortage in skilled labor. Rural entrepreneurs need to produce more food with less resources. Therefore, we need a significant breakthrough in the technology of agricultural production. Working the old-fashioned way, “by eye”, in agriculture without digitalization, means losing global competition. In order to remain competitive in the market, the farmer must be able to predict supply for his products depending on demand and consumer preferences. In order to make the right or, as they say now, “smart” management decision, the farmer should master digital technologies, such as satellite imagery, algorithms for differentiated field processing, high-tech sensors, mobile applications and GPS systems.

Key Issues:

  • Increased finance accessibility for farmers
  • Dissemination of knowledge and information, increasing technology transfer, development of institutions of state support for agriculture
  • Satellite monitoring and biophysical parameters in agriculture
  • The potential of monitoring technologies to support precision farming for dairy and meet cattle breeding
  • Digitalization of organic agriculture

Moderators:

  • Rakhim Oshakbayev, Director, TALAP, Nur-Sultan city, Kazakhstan

Speakers:

  • Saparkhan Omarov, Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Alexander Subbotin, Member of the Board for Industry and Agriculture of the Eurasian Economic Commission
  • Marcel Andriesse, Manager of Agro-reinsurance in Europe and Central Asia of Swiss Re.
  • George Dragan, Head of the commercial division of KAZBEK (Kazakhstan, Belarus, the Caucasus and Central Asia) Syngenta company
  • Gerald Herrmann, Director Organic Services GmbH
  • George Vozikis, Sales directorfor Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Airbus
  • Andrey Andreychuck, Head of EMEA region CROPIO

 

09:00 - 10:15
Artificial intelligence: solutions for people, cities and sectors
Session partner: IER / BCG
Congress Center
Beijing Hall

Artificial intelligence: solutions for people, cities and sectors

Organisers: JSC Economic Research Institute, BCG

After decades of research and individual pilot projects, artificial intelligence (AI) has become one of the levers of economic growth. Companies and organizations have successfully begun to apply AI to a wide range of existing and innovative processes, products and services. AI is critical for business to solve the problem of growing complexity associated with digitalization and big data.

Today, the potential of applying solutions based on artificial intelligence to improve the quality of life of people and the development of cities is obvious. Intelligent transport systems, smart energy solutions, smart houses are designed to enhance the efficiency and throughput of infrastructure, reduce the associated costs, and optimize the use of infrastructure by people. Health services can ease access to health services, personalize treatment and lifestyle recommendations to ensure longevity.

However, despite the scientific progress in AI technology development and the economic effect of introducing this technology into everyday life, there is a number of serious challenges and risks, which, if disregarded, can minimise the positive effect of AI.

The challenges in introducing AI can be classified into several blocks from data collection, infrastructure creation and security to regulatory and legal issues and a moral and ethical issues.

Key Issues:

  • What are the opportunities and benefits of using artificial intelligence-based solutions for the benefit of people, the development of cities and economies?
  • What needs to be done so that these decisions go beyond the pilot implementations and can become an integral part of the daily processes of life and work?
  • At the same time, how to manage the growing risks of cybersecurity in business and politics?
  • Where is the best balance between observing the right to protection of personal data and obtaining personalized products and services?
  • How to organize the development of sustainable modeling and optimization mechanisms for AI and related infrastructure?

Moderator:

  • Alexander Jorov, Partner and Managing Director, BCG

Speakers:

  • Paul Romer, Chief Economist of the World Bank (2016-2018), Nobel Prize in Economics 2018
  • Dmitry Peskov, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation on digital and technological development
  • Kuanyshbek Yessekeyev, Chairman of the Management Board of Kazakhtelecom JSC
  • Jane Treadwell, Practice Manager, Digital Development Global Practice, World Bank
  • George Randelov, CEE Multi-Country Public Sector Director, Microsoft
  • Joseph Ziegler Kenneth, CEO of "International technopark of IT-startups "Astana hub"

 

10:30 - 11:45
Industry 4.0 and Competitiveness of Kazakhstan
Session partner: Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, QazTech Ventures JSC, JSC Economic Research Institute, World Economic Forum (WEF)
Congress Center
Dubai Hall

Industry 4.0 and Competitiveness of Kazakhstan

Organisers: MinistryofNationalEconomyof the Republic of Kazakhstan, QazTech Ventures JSC, JSC Economic Research Institute, World Economic Forum (WEF)

The Fourth Industrial Revolution affects the entire structure of the global economy, starting from labour productivity, trade and human capital efficiency to possible changes in the structure of society and the new role of the state in the digital transformation process.

Successful implementation of the fourth industrial revolution requires the enabling conditions including improvement of legal and regulatory framework and infrastructure as a whole.

Members of the Government of Kazakhstan and representatives of the World Economic Forum (WEF) proposed a joint initiative to develop new legal and regulatory framework in a most promising technological sector, Internet of Things that would ensure the required infrastructure for smart cities and fast industrial development.

The outcomes of the cooperation with WEF would be used as the basis for other technological programmes of enhancing competitiveness and creating enabling conditions for successful implementation of the elements of Industry 4.0, introduction of the trade policy both for Kazakhstan and EAEU.

Key Issues:

  • The impact of new technologies on the competitiveness of Kazakhstan and the EAEU countries
  • Measuring the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the competitiveness of countries
  • Potential risks for Kazakhstan in maintaining competitiveness when implementing elements of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • Global digitalisation experience and introduction of the elements of the Fourth Industrial revolution.
  • Law making in IoT

Moderator:

  • Marat Omarov, Chairman of the Management Board of QazTech Ventures JSC

Speakers:

  • Roman Sklyar, Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Kenneth Rogoff, Harvard Professor of Economics, Chief Economist of the IMF (2001-2003)
  • Dmitry Peskov, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation on digital and technological development
  • Kuanyshbek Yessekeyev, Chairman of the Management Board of Kazakhtelecom JSC
  • Anders Jonsson, Chief of Innovation Policies Section, Economic Cooperation and Trade Division, EEC
  • Anastasia Kalinina, Head of the Eurasian team of the World Economic Forum

 

12:00 - 13:15
Cybersport is a niche in The Global Digital Economy. How can Kazakhstan integrate into the Global E-Sports Market?
Session partner: Kazakhtelecom, JSC
AIFC

Cybersport is a niche in The Global Digital Economy. How can Kazakhstan integrate into the Global E-Sports Market?

Organisers: Kazakhtelecom JSC, Kazakhstan Cybersport Federation Non-governmental organization (NGO)

Cybersport has recently become an independent, rapidly developing industry, as well as a niche for digital economies of various countries. Currently, eSports is a dynamically developing sport that is inextricably linked to: telecom, the industry of video games, special equipment and devices, online platforms, live broadcast of games (the so-called "streaming"), advertising and other commercial activities.

For this reason, more and more world-famous companies (such as Intel, HP, Alibaba Group, Adidas, Procter & Gamble, MasterCard, Castrol, Audi, Mercedes, Mail.ru Group, etc.) show great interest in eSports to promote their products and services, the image of the company and the employer. In 2017, the eSports market is estimated at US $ 655 million, in 2018 this figure was US $ 906 million, and by 2021, experts predict it to be US $ 1.6 billion, while the world eSports audience can reach about 557 million people.

Taking into account the fact that, despite the dynamic growth, global development can be considered as being at an early stage, Kazakhstan has significant chances to occupy a leading position in a certain niche of the system of conducting cybersport events, as well as in the financial infrastructure of eSports. For example, Kazakhstan has the opportunity to concentrate on “Cybersport tourism”, to direct human and financial resources to promote Kazakhstan as the cybersport capital of the region on key disciplines of cybersport, the possibility of accommodating international cyber arbitration on the basis of AIFC. At the local level, there is an opportunity to create an independent industry and a popular sport, commercialized due to popularity among young people, mass coverage for advertisers and investors. At the same time, the subject matter is relevant in view of the active development of Digital Kazakhstan State Enterprise, now officially recognizing cybersport discipline, holding regional championships, having market stakeholders, developing international sites - Astana Hub, AIFC, Astana IT University on the basis of Expo, etc., as well as the availability of infrastructure ready for international events.

The purpose of this plenary session is to discuss with the international guests of eSports from the economic side, in particular, the place of eSports in the global digital economy, global trends in the eSports market, the reasons for the interest of large companies and various countries, issues and ways to effectively integrate into the global eSports market, to develop specific conclusions and further steps for Kazakhstan.

Key Issues:

  • The reasons for the development of eSports as a sport and industry in the world
  • The reasons for the interest of large companies and various states, the structure of the market of eSports and related industries
  • Global trends, main market players, cases and foreign experience;
  • The specifics and stages of development of eSports as a sports discipline and a new branch of the digital economy of Kazakhstan
  • What is necessary for Kazakhstan for financial institutionalization of eSports, involvement of local and foreign market players, systemic development of sports and Kazakhstan teams, eSports tourism and integration into the global market

Moderators:

  • Stepan Shulga, "Head of eSports in international holding Parimatch"
  • Kuanyshbek Yessekeyev, Chairman of the Board of Kazakhtelecom JSC, President of the Kazakhstan Cybersport Federation NGO

Speakers:

  • Emin Antonyan, Chairman of the Board of the Federation of Computer Sports of Russia
  • Jason Fung, Global Director of e-sports Alisports (a subsidiary of Alibaba Group in the sports industry)
  • Yaroslav Meshalkin, Strategic communications director of ESforce cybersport     holding company (Mail.ru Group)
  • Andrei Mikheev, co-owner of U CAN COMPANY LLC and Chief business development officer

 

12:00 - 13:15
Technologies and innovations in oil and gas industry: international experience, prospects of localization and development for Kazakhstan
Session partner: Dasco Consulting Group / National Oil and Gas Forum of Russia
Congress Center
Dubai Hall

Technologies and innovations in oil and gas industry: international experience, prospects of localization and development for Kazakhstan

Organisers: Dasco Consulting Group, The National Oil and Gas Forum (Russian Federation)

Economic development of the country is impossible without the use of modern technologies in key sectors. At the same time, many technological solutions are developed abroad, and the cost of importing them may be incompatible with the model of economic growth. One way out is to reduce the cost of technology by transferring the key elements of creating the value of technology solutions within the country. And whilst the transfer of a key link in the value chain of technological solutions – "Development or R&D" – is often unattainable in the medium term, the localization of certain elements of production is quite possible.

This requires a targeted public policy that will identify priority areas for the localization of technologies and the development of local content, create incentives and provide infrastructure and legislative support. With the successful localization of technology, history may give a number of examples when a country turned from a technology importer into a niche exporter of unique technological solutions created domestically.

Key Issues:

  • What sectors of the country need to localize technological solutions? And which of them could become a ground for testing, and later for development and export of new unique solutions for external world?
  • The issues of localization of technological solutions and prospects for creating unique new developments based on the example of the strategic oil and gas industry of Kazakhstan
  • New opportunities for the oil and gas industry in the context of modern trends in technological development, such as Industry 4.0, and their impact on production efficiency, job creation and prospects for economic development of the country

Moderators:

  • Darmen Sadvakassov, Managing Partner, Dasco Consulting Group
  • Maxim Nechayev, Consulting Director, IHS Markit

Speakers:

  • Olivier Lazare, Country Chair of Shell in Kazakhstan
  • Murat Zhurebekov, CEO of PSA LLP

Discussants and key participants of the Conference:

  • Asset Magauov, Vice Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Michael Lally, Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs in Eurasia at the US Embassy’s Commercial Service
  • Kenneth Rogoff, Harvard Professor of Economics, Chief Economist of the IMF (2001-2003)
  • Alisher Abdykadyrov, Chairman of the Management Board of Kazakhstan Industry Development Institute JSC
  • Assylbek Zhakiyev, Atameken NCE representative for interaction with oil and gas operators
  • Nurlan Zhumagulov, General Director of the Union of Oilfield Service Companies
  • Aidar Dosbayev, Deputy General Director of TCO Future Expansion Project
  • Zarina Bakenova, Head of Government and External Relations at Shell
  • Daniyar Salimbayev, Director of GR department at Total E&P Kazakhstan

 

14:15 - 15:30
Digital transformation – a new form of relations in the EAEU
Session partner: EEC
Congress Center
New York Hall

Digital transformation – a new form of relations in the EAEU

Organisers: Eurasian Economic Commission, Ministry of Digital Development, Defense and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan

The Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) is a permanent supranational regulatory body of the Eurasian Economic Union.

The basis of the decision to establish the EEC lies in the understanding that the five countries together will not only be able reduce the negative impacts of global instability, but also actively position themselves in foreign markets. The Eurasian Economic Union is open to other States that share the goals of this Association and are ready to assume the required obligations.

The main purpose of the Eurasian Economic Commission is ensuring the functioning and development of the EAEU, and developing proposals for the further development of integration. Currently there are five EEC countries: The Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation.

The digital transformation of supply chains, the introduction of a single format of electronic accompanying documents throughout the Eurasian Economic Union will accelerate the supply of products, including fresh products, and reduce administrative costs for businesses. This will lead to an increase in mutual trade. One of the tools is the use of cross-border trust space, electronic digital signature. At the same time, there are new business models and technologies that can solve these problems in the best way, so they require extensive discussion with market participants.

Key Issues:

  • Establishment of Eurasian digital ecosystems, digital transformation of the economy – a new form of relations in the EAEU
  • "Implementation and mutual recognition of electronic accompanying documents by the Member States of the Eurasian Economic Union" Project
  • Electronic accompanying documents for transparency and facilitation of doing business
  • Experience in the use of international standards in the creation of identification, marking and electronic data interchange systems in the context of the implementation of the EAEU Digital Agenda
  • Development of cross-border trust space in the EAEU, the concept of B2B, B2G
  • Models of cross-border trust space, application of B2G from the business point of view
  • Security trends for secure services in the digital environment for business and its interaction with government agencies, including the use of blockchain technologies
  • Experience of global pilot projects on cross-border electronic accompanying documents
  • Use of electronic digital signature for cross-border transactions

Moderators:

  • Alexander Petrov, Assistant Member of the Board (Minister) on domestic markets, information, information and communication technologies of the ECE

Speakers:

  • Tigran Tigranyan, Assistant Chairman of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission
  • Alexey Seregin, Deputy Director of the Republican Unitary Enterprise "National Center of Electronic Services", Republic of Belarus
  • Sergey Kiryushkin, CEO’s counsellor, "Gazinformservice" LLC
  • Ekaterina Silanteva, Consultant of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)
  • Bikesh Kurmangaliyeva, Executive Director of Kazakhtelecom JSC
  • Evgeny Yakushkin, Head of Electronic Resources Department of the Scientific and Engineering Republican Unitary Enterprise "The Inter-Branch Scientific and Practical Center for Identification Systems and E-Business Operations of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus"
  • Gennady Volnisty, Technical Director of the Scientific and Engineering Republican Unitary Enterprise "The Inter-Branch Scientific and Practical Center for Identification Systems and E-Business Operations of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus"
  • Taalai Baiterekov, Deputy Director of the EEC Information Technology Department
  • Alexander Sazonov, Project Leader at Kaspersky Lab JSC
  • Representative of the State Revenue Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan