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The global crisis that was never predicted before, had a significant impact on changes in various aspects of life; including in corporate management and governance. The crisis is getting more pressing when policymakers (management) must protect their employees and at the same time keep activities that support the ongoing economy must continue. Changes and adaptations to existing conditions must be carried out appropriately and while maintaining the effectiveness of their implementation. Several efforts have been made, among others, by making changes to several things that are considered very substantially and relevant, such as business process adjustments, use of technology & use of appropriate & optimal resources, task management, and communication systems. In addition to management, in the aspect of risk & control, there are also shifts in line with changing management patterns; Where the three aspects of GRC require handling quickly and accurately (effectively) while still paying attention to the level of elasticity.

In line with the adaptations taken by various business entities and compliance with Government policies, both in maintaining public health and keeping the economy running on the expected corridor, all national stakeholders must collaborate & synergize. The strict policy of implementing the process and the implementation of Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM), as well as other policies also trigger changes/adaptations for all components of the nation, including government entities and business entities (corporations).

Synthesis of activities taken by business actors (institutions/corporations) as a responsive effort to existing conditions (constraints & opportunities) along with tips as adaptation steps to the three aspects of GRC (Governance, Risk & Control), in the future there will be become the topics that colored the material for the speakers at the conference with the theme: “Internal Audit Back to The Future - Emerging From The Crisis”. Thus, at the IIA Indonesia National Conference in 2021, which will be held virtually for the second time during the Covid-19 pandemic, we will discuss and present the latest insights on GRC (Governance, Risk & Control) in the future that are relevant and fit to the needs of the organization. organizational activities to which practitioners are dedicated. The latest insights and studies on the three pillars of internal control (GRC) are efforts and adjustments that must be made to face various changes due to the crisis and are expected to be an inspiration and reference for business actors and internal auditors in supporting the business/business of their institution/company.

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  • 15:00 - 15:30

    Registration

    Committee

  • 15.30 - 16:30

    GRC Challenge and Contribution in the Future

    The global crisis that was never predicted before, had a significant impact on changes in various aspects of life; including in corporate management and governance. The crisis is getting more pressing when policymakers (management) must protect their employees and at the same time keep activities that support the ongoing economy must continue. Changes and adaptations to existing conditions must be carried out appropriately and while maintaining the effectiveness of their implementation. Several efforts have been made, among others, by making changes to several things that are considered very substantially and relevant, such as business process adjustments, use of technology & use of appropriate & optimal resources, task management, and communication systems. In addition to management, in the aspect of risk & control, there are also shifts in line with changing management patterns; Where the three aspects of GRC require handling quickly and accurately (effectively) while still paying attention to the level of elasticity.

    In line with the adaptations taken by various business entities and compliance with Government policies, both in maintaining public health and keeping the economy running on the expected corridor, all national stakeholders must collaborate & synergize. The strict policy of implementing the process and the implementation of Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM), as well as other policies also trigger changes/adaptations for all components of the nation, including government entities and business entities (corporations).

    Synthesis of activities taken by business actors (institutions/corporations) as a responsive effort to existing conditions (constraints & opportunities) along with tips as adaptation steps to the three aspects of GRC (Governance, Risk & Control), in the future there will be become the topics that colored the material for the speakers at the conference with the theme: “Internal Audit Back to The Future - Emerging From The Crisis”. Thus, at the IIA Indonesia National Conference in 2021, which will be held virtually for the second time during the Covid-19 pandemic, we will discuss and present the latest insights on GRC (Governance, Risk & Control) in the future that are relevant and fit to the needs of the organization. organizational activities to which practitioners are dedicated. The latest insights and studies on the three pillars of internal control (GRC) are efforts and adjustments that must be made to face various changes due to the crisis and are expected to be an inspiration and reference for business actors and internal auditors in supporting the business/business of their institution/company.

    Moh. Sani Ismail / Principal Finance Specialist at Asian Development Bank (ADB)
    Nawal Nely / Deputy for Finance & Risk Management of State-Owned Enterprises Republic of Indonesia (BUMN)

  • 16:30 - 17:00

    GRC Innovation and Existing Policy

    Yanuar Nugroho, PhD / ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute

  • 17:00 - 17:30

    Transformational Leadership and Its Impact to GRC

    Talking about leadership means we are talking about 'influence, motivate, empower... and shape the next leader/cadre'. It means we are talking about the present and the future, talking about movement and change from the present to the future. It may start from a dream which then crystallizes in concrete ideas as a vision. Continues in an activity to produce something tangible in the form of achievements. The measure of achievement is very much determined by the driving maestro, how he can manage the resources that are in his authority so that it continues in the corridor that has been set and or by following the expectations of its stakeholders.

    In the context of current management, a leader in carrying out his duties not only focuses on how to achieve growth, income, and profit targets but also must pay attention to the signs that have been set by stakeholders and regulators as well as the provisions of related institutions. As an entity, they must pay attention to the running of the company's business in an effective condition according to proper management aspects by paying attention to the possibility of risk occurrences and how to mitigate the occurrence within the company's tolerable limits.

    On this occasion, we will listen to share experiences from the leader with complex backgrounds. The tips and strategies as well as the ups and downs in packaging uncertainty into a necessity in the form of real work that produces real achievements that are still remembered by the stakeholders. In short, in this session, we will listen to how the transformation was carried out during his assignment in the country's institutions/corporations in carrying out existing activities/businesses while maintaining the relevant and effective GRC (Governance, Risk & Control).

    Ignasius Jonan / Minister for Energy & Mineral Resources of Indonesia (2016 - 2019) | Minister for Transportation of Indonesia (2014 - 2016)

  • 08:00 - 08:45

    Registration

    Committee

  • 08:50 - 09:00

    Opening Conference

    Committee

  • 09:00 - 09:15

    Welcoming Remarks

    Angela Simatupang / President IIA Indonesia

  • 09:15 - 09:45

    Global Update: IA for the Future

    Anthony Pugliese / President and CEO IIA Global

  • 09.45 - 10.30

    KEYNOTE SPEECH 1

    GRC in the Future – Stakeholders Expectation

    The three pillars of the main contributors to efforts to achieve goals are the implementation of governance, risk management, and control or Governance, Risk, and Control (GRC). This GRC will undergo significant changes in the future due to changes in work patterns, business processes, and various new approaches that must be taken as part of the fundamental adjustment to the impact of the implementation of social distancing as an effort to prevent the transmission of Covid 19. Change is something that is certain and dynamic, but efforts to achieve goals and expectations are the permanent desire of all parties including stakeholders. All parties have goals and expectations as a state to be achieved after a certain period of time. With a goal, the efforts and utilization of resources will be directed and have a clear road map including the steps and processes that must be carried out.

    All stakeholders have interests and expectations in the organizations with which they are related. The interests and expectations of these stakeholders are one of the strategic goals that must be accommodated by corporate management or leaders of public institutions who are entrusted with being able to achieve all of these targets. At the same time the managers of today's organizations have to update various business processes and activities in the new normal era including the increased use of technology. This update has an impact on new governance, as well as the emergence of new risks that have consequences for new controls and mitigations. Changes will give birth to a new GRC. Changes and developments have been recognized by the organization's stakeholders. The expectations of stakeholders are contained in the goals that are targets to be achieved in the future. These stakeholders naturally hope that the GRC implemented by the manager will be effective in dealing with various challenges that in the end all parties will dock at the destination port.

    DR. (HC) IR. Airlangga Hartarto, MBA., MMT., IPU / Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Republic of Indonesia

  • 10:30 - 12:00

    PANEL DISCUSSION 1

    Internal Audit Role and Contribution in the Future

    Business today is characterised by pandemic life aspect changes, complexity on increasing digital aspects and economic crisis. This is providing both challenges and opportunities for organisations and while being ready to respond is essential, it’s not easy. Internal Audit should emerge as a key means of giving boards and other stakeholders the confidence to deal with the demands of a dynamic business environment. Increasingly, stakeholders expect their Internal Audit function to ‘look deeper and see further’, acting as a lever for change supporting an organisation’s strategic agenda.

    This panel discussion provides insights on Boards and stakeholders’ expectations on Internal Audit in the current and future environment from various aspects (process, technology, talent) and the most important thing, how Internal Audit can build more collaborative relationship with business stakeholders to focus on risks that matter, increasing internal audit’s effectiveness and value to the organization.

    Muhammad Yusuf Ateh / Head of the Financial and Development Supervisory Agency (BPKP)


    Prof. Lindawati Gani / Audit Committee, PT Astra International, Tbk


    Merisa Darwis / Director of Operations, PT Bank BTPN Tbk

  • 13:30 - 15:00

    Concurrent Session 1.0

    ClassRoom

  • 15:30 - 17:00

    Concurrent Session 2.0

    Classroom

  • 13:30 - 15:00

    CONCURRENT 1.1 – INTERNAL AUDIT TRANSFORMATION

    The Agile Way of Auditing in a Post-Covid World

    Phil Crosby once said that “If anything is certain, it is that change is certain. The world we are planning for today will not exist in this form tomorrow.” In the face of a constant changes, everyone, including the internal auditor, must always have an agile mindset and strive for a continuous improvement in both of methodology and tools that is supporting the “Agile Way of Auditing”.

    We might witness that in the past one and half years, there are so many dramatic changes in our world that is affecting many aspects of our life, including our work as an internal auditor. Suddenly we must adapt our audit plan due to pandemic, we must change our audit techniques, and perhaps also changed the range of services to continuously providing the added value to our organization.

    This is only the beginning. Other changes are certainly to happen in the future. Therefore, in this session, we will discuss the Agility Mindset, Methodology, and Tools that we need to develop our “Agile Way of Auditing” to cope with any changes coming to us ahead.

    Yullyan / Chief Audit Executive Indonesia Financial Group (IFG)

  • 15:30 - 17:00

    CONCURRENT 2.1 – INTERNAL AUDIT TRANSFORMATION

    Next Generation of Internal Auditing

    We are now in the era where rapid innovation has uninterruptly challenged and gradually changed the landscape of the businesses. Technology advancement has indeed played critical role in realising these changes. As consequence, being an integral part of the business, internal audit function should adapt to this new environment in order to remain relevant. Therefore, IA function need to continuously transform and innovate itself to be able to provide value added to the business. The transformation should not solely depict as utilising new technology while executing the regular-existing tasks in the same manner. But even further, Internal Audit functions need to challenge the way they perform their work, to quickly adapt with the changes while ensuring to use the digital technology in leveraging their roles.

    The session will elaborate on how will the next generation of Internal Auditing look like. How to manage the internal audit in the future? And what skills and competencies are required for internal auditor to keep up with the contionuously changing business landscape.

    Antonius Gunadi / Chief Audit Executive – PT Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk

  • 13:30 - 15:00

    CONCURRENT 1.2 – GRC

    Assurance of Pandemic Handling in Public Sector

    The Covid-19 pandemic, which has lasted more than a year, has had an impact on all aspects of life in Indonesia. The government is an important element responsible for controlling and providing solutions to the impacts caused by this Covid-19 pandemic. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia has issued several policies and programs such as Reallocation and Refocusing of APBN/D, National Economic Recovery (PEN), and Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM) to control the impact of this pandemic.

    This session will provide views on the implementation of the function of the Government Internal Supervisory Apparatus (APIP) which is tasked with assuring the implementation of government programs, especially in handling the Covid-19 pandemic. Then, various risks that may occur in the implementation of this program and the mitigation and control of these risks will be presented, starting from the risk of discrepancies in the data of recipients of social assistance to the risk of fraud in the procurement of government goods/services during the pandemic. On the other hand, the APIP personnel themselves are part of the community that cannot be separated from the impact of this pandemic, so strategies and innovations are carried out to ensure that the government program continues to get the expected outputs and outcomes.

    Iwan Taufiq Purwanto / Deputy Head of the Financial and Development Supervisory Agency (BPKP)

  • 15:30 - 17:00

    CONCURRENT 2.2 – GRC

    How does an Integrated Risk Management help reduce costs and increase efficiency to achieve GRC goals

    The pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges, forcing many organizations to digitise and to seek creative ways to reduce cost, directly impacting the cost of compliance. However, functions and business areas – both internal and external – that provide assurance are still siloed, making it difficult to obtain a complete picture of the risk posture and control effectiveness, thus leading to inefficiencies. Integrated Risk Management helps by effectively coordinating management and assurance providers. This increases collaboration, develops a more holistic view of the organisation’s risk, and reduces duplication of efforts.

    This session aims to answer the following: • What are the benefits of Integrated Risk Management ? • What are the key areas to consider when implementing Integrated Risk Management to achieve a holistic view of assurance? • What does holistic reporting across the different assurance functions look like?

    Lih Chin Ong, CISA, CCSP CA (Singapore) / Client Partner, ASEAN Markets Galvanize, a Diligent Brand

  • 13:30 - 15:00

    CONCURRENT 1.3 – IT AND CYBER

    Cyber Security Auditing

    In today’s technologically evolved business landscape and as organizations adopt new digital innovation, their risk of being targeted in cyber-attacks grows. That’s why it is critical that organizations have effective cyber security programs in place. One of key component to the success of these programs is the cyber security auditing. The internal audit department helps organizations identify gaps in their cyber security infrastructure as well as evaluate their compliance with various regulations and laws.

    In this session, participants will get best practices to be used as a reference to prepare for a cybersecurity auditing, including overview of simulated cyber-attack against the computer system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities (penetration testing).

    Herindra Veriawan / IT Audit Head Astra Otopart

  • 15:30 - 17:00

    CONCURRENT 2.3 – IT AND CYBER

    IT Governance: Reduce Costs and Improve Data Quality through the Implementation of IT Governance

    IT governance is a framework that provides a structure for organizations to ensure that IT investments support business objectives. In the big picture, IT governance is an integral part of overall enterprise governance. IT governance is part of GRC and GRC can cover more business risks beyond IT. To have an effective GRC, information and data are fundamental. Data is a very important asset for any organisation. Many important decisions are made based on data. Organisations generally look for benefits when harmonising data, but owing to external and internal factors, harmonisation isn’t an easy task. Data Optimisation cannot be done simply by implementing new software, it is instead an ongoing transformation process that needs to be managed and governed.

    In this session, participants will get insight on IT Governance predominantly in data management and governance that will benefit in cost efficiency and data quality.

    Ponda Suwaka Hidajat / Technology Risk Consulting Partner RSM Indonesia

  • 08:30 - 09:15

    Registration

    Committee

  • 09.15 - 10.00

    KEYNOTE SPEECH 2

    Ministry Of Health’s Role In Managing GRC Risk During The Pandemic And Preparing The Needed Ecosystem For Post-Pandemic

    With the announcement of the Covid-19 pandemic by the World Health Organization (“WHO”), governments in various countries have enacted laws and regulations that provide measures to deal with the pandemic. This pandemic increases risks in the area of Governance Risks Compliance (GRC), such as:

    - Cessation of certain economic activities.
    - Emergency contracts, with the waiver of the process of offering goods and services aimed at dealing with health emergencies.
    - Spontaneous business process changes that are not supported by strong ethics and integrity, and unprepared risk management.
    - Low quality of medical equipment due to lack of monitoring and oversight of the simplified procurement process.
    - Bribery in the provision of medical services.
    - Fraud regarding counterfeit drugs, vaccines, personal protective equipment (eg masks, gloves, etc.).
    - Unfair/unequal distribution of aid and assistance.
    - Lack of effective internal audit or other oversight mechanisms due to the pandemic.

    The Ministry of Health as the main government agency responsible for handling public health is one of the main pillars that can make Indonesia successful in getting out of the pandemic and preparing this nation to enter the new normal era. With the increased risk above and the mandate of the Ministry of Health, what has been planned and has been done by the Ministry of Health related to the GRC in handling this pandemic, as well as the readiness of the Indonesian people to live in a real new normal era after this pandemic has passed.

    dr. Dante Saksono Harbuwono, Sp. PD., Ph.D. / Vice Minister of Ministry of Health

  • 10:00 - 11:30

    PANEL DISCUSSION 2

    Mental Health in Remote Working

    As the pandemic crisis is persisting, and employees are working remotely and implementing social distancing measures, organizations will also have to continue to be aware not only of their employees’ physical well-being, but also of their mental health. Overworking in a remote environment can create many unhealthy habits, eventually leading to poor mental health and a feeling like hitting a roadblock in someone’s career.

    In this session we’re going to talk about the importance of looking after your wellbeing while remote working and can still give the best of auditors’ quality work. This session will also discuss and elaborate some practical tips for audit professionals to take better care of their mental health when working from home.

    Prof. Dr. (H.C) Dahlan Iskan / Disway Founder, Minister of State-Owned Enterprises Republic of Indonesia 2011-2014 (BUMN)


    Dharma Syahputra, GPHR / Chief Human Capital Officer, PT Kimia Farma, Tbk


    Maria Alexandra Leonora Marcus / Psychologist Indonesian Ministry of Finance

  • 13:30 - 15:00

    Concurrent Session 3.0

    ClassRoom

  • 15:30 - 17:00

    Concurrent Session 4.0

    ClassRoom

  • 17:00 - 17:45

    INSPIRATIONAL TALKS

    Insight from the future

    Changes are now happening in the speed of thought, affecting every part of our lives. These changes then lead to common anxieties: What our future will look like? What kind of business that will still survive? Will my current job still exist and needed? How far will the technology assist our lives? And many other questions remained.

    The phenomenon of VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity) has emerged from futurists’ buzzword to become a daily truth for most of us. Everyone now tend to agree that changes are the only finite thing in our lives. Despite of our understanding to that fact, we keep our curiosity to get hindsight of our future.

    The session will shed a light to our curiosities about the future. These sights aim to anwer our anxieties and help us to better prepare on what the future may hold for our lives.

    Lishia Erza / CEO Asyx

  • 13:30 - 15:00

    CONCURRENT 3.1 – INTERNAL AUDIT TRANSFORMATION

    Managing Challenges in Government Auditing

    We are currently in an era where innovation runs so fast. This is what then brings changes in business processes. Rapid technological advances play a critical role in the changes that are currently taking place. This is not only happening in the private sector but also government sector. As a consequence, the government's internal audit function must be able to adapt to this new environment and is expected to increase the value for the organization and the government.

    This session will provide views on the adaptations made by the government's internal auditors, especially the Inspectorate General (Itjen) of the Ministry of Finance in providing added value to answer the challenges and expectations of the main stakeholder, namely the Minister of Finance as the CFO of the Government of Indonesia which is increasingly complex. In addition, it will discuss innovations in government audits carried out by the Inspectorate General of the Ministry of Finance with changes in working methods and the use of digital technology advances such as the use of computer-assisted audit tools, big data analytics, strategic dashboards in the War Room, as well as the application of one data at the Ministry of Finance. Finance, where this is part of the adaptation carried out to answer the challenges faced.

    Awan Nurmawan Nuh / Inspector General of Ministry of Finance of Republic of Indonesia (Kemenkeu)

  • 15:30 - 17:00

    CONCURRENT 4.1 – INTERNAL AUDIT TRANSFORMATION

    Fostering an Innovative Internal Audit Function for the Future

    The internal audit department should continuously strive to be able to meet the increasingly high stakeholder’s expectation regarding the added value of the audit function, with often constrained resources (tight budgets, limited staff, and ever-changing competency demands). It can be difficult to see how it is possible to keep doing more and still provide the baseline assurances stakeholders expect.

    Internal Audit department has to find more forward-looking ways of working to adapt to stakeholders’ changing needs. And that technology is a great enabler when fully embraced. But kick-starting an innovative audit culture can’t be easy. Because most internal audit departments work with tight resources, they have little spare time, money, or man power, so they can’t devote the necessary time and energy to be strategic and innovate. In this session, participant will gain insight into creating an internal audit strategy to be innovative and implement it as well as how to overcome the obstacles.

    Anang Basuki / Chief Audit Executive PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero), Tbk

  • 13:30 - 15:00

    CONCURRENT 3.2 – GRC

    GRC Assurance Parent and Subsidiary

    In a holding company or business group, the parent company usually determines the corporate governance structure, including the policies and functions of the internal audit within the business group down to the level of the subsidiary company. This is critical yet challenging, because within a large business group, a strong and integrated assurance function is needed to be able to provide an assessment of the adequacy and effectiveness of governance, risk management and internal control throughout the Business Group. However, one thing needs to be bear in mind that the parent and subsidiary companies are different and separate legal entities.

    This session will discuss the role of Internal Audit in the Parent and Subsidiary Companies, how is their position and structure, how they can synergize with each other (joint audit, sharing knowledge, etc), and how to formulate audit resource planning (process, technology, talent) to effectively and efficiently carry out Internal Audit with the most optimal coverage alongside with its challenges and limitation in law and regulations.

    Ayna Dewi Setianingrum / Chief Audit Executive PT Bank Central Asia, Tbk

  • 15:30 - 17:00

    CONCURRENT 4.2 – GRC

    The Evolving Role of Internal Audit in ESG

    Conversations and focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues are quickly evolving. According to the IIA’s Three Lines Model, what is becoming clear is that strong governance over ESG, and indeed overall governance, requires alignment among the principal players.

    As with any risk area, internal audit should be well-positioned to support the governing body and management with objective assurance, insights, and advice on ESG matters. IN this session our panel of expert speakers will discuss:
    - How organizations can better identify and manage ESG risks while promoting a better understanding sustainability across departments
    - The risks related to ESG reporting
    - How Internal audit can support ESG objectives and add value

    Peadar Duffy / Global ESG Practice Lead, Archer Integrated Rick Management

  • 13:30 - 15:00

    CONCURRENT 3.3 – IT AND CYBER

    Artificial Intelligence for Internal Auditing

    Currently Internal auditors are increasingly expected to boost the value they bring to their organizations. Some auditors interested in utilize artificial intelligence (AI) to solve this challenge. AI, which leverages algorithms to identify and understand patterns and anomalies within data sets, can help internal auditors more efficiently identify areas of risk and execute many other tasks effectively. As internal audit continues to evolve into a next-gen function, the role of AI in audit should be clearly defined in strategic plans, and internal auditors should collaborate actively with others, including data scientists, business partners and IT to ensure that the internal audit team has access to the infrastructure, technology and expertise required to apply AI in the most appropriate areas.

    This collaborative and strategic approach will assist internal audit to the innovative edge of the organization, positioning it as a high-value, trusted advisor and making the audit function an exciting and cutting-edge place to work.

    Syahraki Syahrir, CPDSE, CISA, CISM / Chief Advisory and Partner, Veda Praxis Indonesia

  • 15:30 - 17:00

    CONCURRENT 4.3 – IT AND CYBER

    Cloud Security & Assurance

    Manage and storage data using the cloud has the advantage from connecting various devices to each other and operating at the same time. The hope of using cloud is the availability of unrestricted access and connectivity of every device. However, all this advantages also must consider the security of the data contained in it. Talking about data security is to ensure how to protect our data from unauthorized access. From here the organization must be able to map the associated risks and plan effective internal control in data security and cloud operations as intended.

    Internal Auditors as assurance providers for organizations have challenges to ensure the implementation control of the cloud on organizational activities. The first thing is the auditors to be able to increase their competence in assurance on the cloud. Considering the key controls related to the cloud will develop an audit plan that can ensure the effective use of the cloud and data storage therein.

    Agustinus Nicholas L Tobing / Security Assurance Country Lead at Amazon Web Services (AWS) & Audit Committee at PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero)

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