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OWASP Indonesia now officially has meetup in jakarta and yogyakarta. Yogyakarta is very special for owasp indonesia. We are non-profit organization. We are pleasure and welcome to all Indonesian to join us and share the knowledge, skill, idea and related to make OWASP Jakarta Project are benefit to everybody. OWASP Jakarta Project as well are the pioneer project for Web Security Application. Any private sector want to contribute and sponsor are welcome.
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- Nov 28, 2018 (17:00): OWASP Jakarta Night Q4 2018 X BukalapakBukalapak Engineering Office, Jalan Ampera Raya, RT.5/RW.10, Ragunan · South Jakarta, Software yang tidak aman telah mengancam infrastruktur keuangan, kesehatan, pertahanan, energi, dan infrastruktur penting lainnya. Dengan semakin kompleks dan terhubungnya infrastruktur digital kita, kesulitan mencapai keamanan aplikasi meningkat secara eksponensial. Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) yang merupakan komunitas terbuka yang didedikasikan untuk memungkinkan organisasi meng (read more)
- Nov 20, 2018 (15:00): Workshop - Securing Web Applications, Services and Servers (remotely), · , Workshop title:Securing Web Applications, Services and ServersOrganizations must apply penetration testing tools to ensure the security of their web applications and limit their vulnerability against cyber attacks. In this web application security training course, you gain in-depth experience securing web services, and learn how to integrate robust security measures into the web application develo (read more)
- Nov 12, 2018 (16:00): Topic: Security Analytics - Threat Hunting (Remote Session), · , Topic: Security Analytics - Threat Hunting (Remote Session)Abstract: In brief, this is a story of tracking the sequence of events that resulted in a data exfiltration attack using a combination of machine learning, search and analytics. It hunts through windows events, network data, and more to assemble the attack timeline and pinpoint what happened, and how the adversary did it. In this talk one (read more)
- Oct 31, 2018 (03:00): Workshop - Securing Web Applications, Services and Servers (remotely), · , Workshop title:Securing Web Applications, Services and ServersOrganizations must apply penetration testing tools to ensure the security of their web applications and limit their vulnerability against cyber attacks. In this web application security training course, you gain in-depth experience securing web services, and learn how to integrate robust security measures into the web application develo (read more)
- Oct 30, 2018 (13:00): Server-Side Template Injection - Discovery to Exploitation (Remote Session), · , Topic: Server-Side Template Injection - Discovery to ExploitationDuration: 30-40min Abstract:Many web technologies are using template engines for content delivery to web components or even in email context. This is majorly done by embedding dynamic contents into specified template sections. Doing this in unsafe manner can cause insecurities in the application that can even leads to remote code exe (read more)
SECURITY IN A SERIOUS WAY 2018, 2th December 2018, Tasikmalaya, Indonesia
Past Security Events
OWASP Appsec Europe 2018 2th-6th july 2018, UK
Taiwan International Information Security Organization Summit 2018 OWASP TAIWAN SUMMIT 2018 Taipei, Taiwan
Open Security Summit 2018 @Remotely, Open Security Summit 2018 London, UK.
OWASP Sendai Chapter Meeting 2018, Sendai Japan 27 th april 2018
Blackhat Asia Singapore 2018 Bussiness Hall "TRENDS AND STRATEGIES FOR SECURING THE INTERNET OF THINGS" 23 th March 2018
Blackhat Asia Singapore 2018 Arsenal @Arsenal, Blackhat Asia Singapore 2018
Codebali International Cyber Security Conference and Exhibitions 2017, FIRST-TC, 26-29 th September 2017
National Seminar of Research & Development Id-SIRTII/CC 2017, Hotel Grand Tjokro Bandung West Java Indonesia Theme : Tren IOT & Mobile System 27 July 2017
Taiwan International Information Security Organization Summit 2017 OWASP DAY TAIWAN 2017 11 - 13 July 2017
Blackhat Asia Singapore 2017 @Arsenal, Blackhat Asia Singapore 2017 30 - 31 March 2017
OWASP DAY KL 2016 Malaysia OWASPKL2016 15 - 17 November 2016
On December 2016, Ade Yoseman reactive OWASP Indonesia
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OWASP Jakarta Projects
Help us to make application security visible and become a supporter of the OWASP or our Chapter in Indonesia. All information about becoming a member/sponsor can be found here.
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OWASP Jakarta Night Q4 2018 @Bukalapak.com
When: 28th November 2018
From 17:00 pm - 22:00 pm
Bukalapak Engineering Office, Jalan Ampera Raya, RT.5/RW.10, Ragunan, South Jakarta City, Jakarta Indonesia
Sesi ini akan mendiskusikan tentang :
1. Keynote speech by Badan Siber Sandi Negara / BSSN (Tbc)
2. Security Championing by Vandy Putrandika
3. Novice to expert in Deep Learning and why it's necessary? by rohit parab
4. An architectural approach for decentralized applications by Ayodya Dewangga S R
17:00pm -18:00 pm - Arrival Participant & Registration
18.00p.m - 18.30p.m - Keynote speech - Badan Siber Sandi Negara / BSSN (Tbc)
18:30 pm – 19:15 p.m - Speech by Vandy Putrandika
19.15 p.m - 19.45 p.m - Speech including Q & A by Rohit Parab
20.45 p.m - 21.45 p.m - Speech including Q & A by Ayodya
21:45 p.m - 22.00 pm - Networking Session /Photo Together
This Meetup provide free Snack & food
Sponsored by Bukalapak.com
Topic: Security Championing
Resource, visibility and advocacy are always the main problems for the information security team in any company. Time and head count will always be scarce for the mandated scope of work. For a security bug, we might have to check all corners, rather than someone telling it to us. And no one actually thinks that infosec guys are the hero, right?
Security championing model tries to be the silver bullet for all those, especially in companies who want to incorporate DevSecOps. Yet, the implementation is not without obstacle. It may even introduce new problems along the way.
End of the talk one would be able to understand
1. What is security championing?
2. Who should implement security champion model and when is the best time?
3. Where we can find and evangelize these security champions?
Vandy is a security, governance and project management generalist who is passionate about digital strategy and transformation. Currently he works at Bukalapak as the Head of Information Security and managing the super-awesome security team inside while juggling with several security programs.
An architectural approach for decentralized applications
1. Understanding web 2.0 and web 3.0
2. The pros and cons of web 3.0
3. What are decentralized applications?
4. What are the benefits of decentralized application?
5. How to build a decentralized application?
6. How to secure decentralized application?
Ayodya Dewangga S R
1. E-Channel Product Development Risk Officer at PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk
2. Chief Information Security Officer at PT Dekodr Solusi Digital Indonesia
3. Master of Electrical Engineering (ICT Security) at University of Mercu Buana
4. Founder Cyber Security Division at Computer Student Club of Jakarta State Polytechnic
Title - Novice to expert in Deep Learning and why it's necessary?
Bio - Co-Founder & CEO at Praemineo, Inc (The Artificial Intelligence Company). Almost a decade of solid hands-on experience in full life-cycle software development. Built applications in as varied as Desktop, Web and now in AI. Experienced in building high performance teams for high output in quicktime. A UX person. Strongly believes that a complete code should not just work, but also be clean and maintainable. An Artificial Intelligence enthusiast.
Abstract - In brief, I will be sharing how someone can
1. Get started with Deep Learning.
2. What are the basic requirements.
3. Online free resources.
4. How much of math is required.
5. What is the current state of Deep Learning and its effects on future.
OWASP JAKARTA NIGHT Q4 2018
When: 22th October 2018
From 17:00 pm - 22:00 pm
Plaza Mandiri Auditorium lantai 3
Jl jendral gatot subroto Kav. 36-38 Jakarta 12190, Indonesia
This Meetup provide free drink & food
Sponsored by Bank Mandiri
1. How to protecting critical infrastructure national (Study case: asian games 2018) by Yusuf Hadiwinata Sutandar
2. Security Engineering by Semi Yulianto
Security engineering is a specialized field of engineering that focuses on the security aspects in the design of systems that need to be able to deal robustly with possible sources of disruption, ranging from natural disasters to malicious acts. It is similar to other systems engineering activities in that its primary motivation is to support the delivery of engineering solutions that satisfy pre-defined functional and user requirements, but it has the added dimension of preventing misuse and malicious behavior.
- Security Objectives
- Security Design Guidelines
- Security Modeling
- Security Architecture and Design Review
- Security Code Review
- Security Testing
- Security Tuning
- Security Deployment Review
These activities are designed to help meet security objectives in the software life cycle.
Sesi ini including :
Demo: Threat Modeling, Secure Code Review & Dynamic Analysis
Short bio :
BSc. (Accounting), M.IT (IT Security & Governance)
Doctor in IT, Student at Graduate School of University of the East (Manila, Philippines) MCT, MCDBA, MCTS, MCITP, MCSA, MCSE, MCT, CCNP, CWNA, CEH, ECSA, CHFI, ECSP, EDRP, CND, CEI, SSCP, CISSP, CSSLP, CISA, CISM, CySA+, CASP, OSSA, CASE Java. Co-Founder & CEO, Chief Hacking Officer (CHO) of PT. Systech Global Informasi (SGI Asia).
Information Security Interim Consultant / Subject Matter Expert (SME) at PT. Trinusa Travelindo (Traveloka).
Information Security/Cyber Security Practitioner, Consultant & Senior Technical Trainer
More than 20 years working experience in the IT industry with experiences in the area of Application and Software Development (Database and Management), Operating Systems, Server Systems, Messaging and Collaboration, Inter-networking, Network Infrastructure, Desktop Support and Application (Secure Programming & SDL) and Network Security. Has trained IT Professionals from diverse organizations in Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa region namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Bhutan, Cambodia, Philippines, Saudi Arabia/KSA, Tunisia, Morocco & South Korea. Proven track of records in delivering High Quality IT training with very good to excellent feedback ratings (full clients’ satisfaction). Deep knowledge and excellent skills on Vulnerability Assessment, Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, IT Audit and Computer Forensics with combination of Technical and Management expertise. Interested in Exploit Writing, Malware Analysis, Forensics on Moving Data, and Cloud Computing Security.
Mission: 'To create Awareness and Educate People in Information Systems Security'
3. DevSecOps Automation: Speedup software delivery with security in mind by Denny
Integrating SAST and DAST into SDLC (CI/CD) to quickly find potential security problem in both code and runtime, without sacrificing delivery time. Focusing on the speed on deliveries and creating secure by default software,
Denny began his IT career as a software developer, have 5 years experience in developing application on various platform and it was a great advantage to jump into application security as a professional penetration tester for almost 5 years. Now working for Vantage Point Security as a Senior Application Security Consultant, focusing in Security Testing Integration into SDLC process.
• Event Program:
18.00 p.m - 18.30 p.m - Arrival Participant & Registration
18:30 pm – 18:45 p.m - Speech by Nadira Bajrei from Bank Mandiri
18.45p.m - 19.30 p.m - Speech including Q & A by Denny
19.30 p.m - 20.30 p.m - Speech including Q & A by Yusuf Hadiwinata Sutandar
20.30 p.m - 21.30 p.m - Speech including Q & A by Semi Yulianto
21:30 p.m - 22.00 pm - photo together / networking Session
OWASP Indonesia Online Session Talk
Title: Strengthen and Scale security using DevSecOps(PDF)
Thursday, October 4, 2018
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Register : https://www.meetup.com/meetup-group-XxqLdaeY/events/255089357/
Imran "secfigo" Mohammed is a seasoned security professional with 8 years of experience in helping organisations with their Information Security Programs. He has a diverse background in R&D, consulting and product based industries with a passion to solve complex security programs. Imran is the founder of Null Singapore, the largest information security community in Singapore where he has organised more than 60 events & workshops to spread security awareness. He is also the author of OWASP DevSecOps Studio, OWASP DevSlop and Awesome-Fuzzing projects.
He was also nominated as community star for being the go-to person in the community whose contribution and knowledge sharing has helped many professionals in the security industry. He is usually seen speaking/training in conferences like Blackhat, OWASP AppSec, DevSecCon, PyCon, NullCon, All Day DevOps, Null and OWASP chapters.
OWASP JAKARTA NIGHT Q3 2018
Sesi ini akan mendiskusikan tentang :
Web Application by Design with OWASP
1. First Step to Web Application ISO27001 vs PCIDSS VS OWASP TOP 10 by Elias (Head of System Development Faspay) (PDF)
2. Building a tailored AppSec Program using OpenSAMM by Suman Sourav & Tuyen Do
Abstract: Building a tailored AppSec Program using OpenSAMM
The Software Assurance Maturity Model (SAMM) is an open framework to help organizations formulate and implement a strategy for software security that is tailored to the specific risks facing the organization. The resources provided by SAMM will aid in:
• Evaluating an organization’s existing software security practices
• Building a balanced software security program in well-defined iterations
• Demonstrating concrete improvements to a security assurance program
• Defining and measuring security-related activities within an organization
This session is focused on the practical implementation of an AppSec Program based on your organization needs and business risk appetite. Most of the AppSec program fails because of lack of programmatic approach and strategic rollout. Participants will learn about an importance of a Security Program Management, how it solves people, process and technologies challenges in implementing an AppSec program, driving results and metrics relevant to the different stakeholders.
Suman is a Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) having more than a decade experience in designing secure-SDLC programs and is passionate about integrating security into the development lifecycle. He is skilled beyond existing static analysis tools and code review techniques and shaping the way the industry secures code in a Continuous Deployment world. He has worked with various financial and non-financial institutions to implement software security life-cycle and has strong experience of creating an organizational framework to break silos security culture in the organization and builds a unified approach to deal with the root cause of software security problems. Currently he is working with Vantage Point Security as a Regional Program Director for Vantage Point Security and helping clients in SEA region to implement application security program.
Tuyen is an experienced Security Programme Manager, highly strategic, analytical and performance driven professional with 7+ years of blended experience in managing strategic programs /initiatives within banking & financial, and information technology sectors. Dynamic, versatile, hands-on Program Leader who leads teams to design & implement successful projects/programs that align business objectives and deliver rapid results, within timelines, budgets, and as per specifications.
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Acara ini akan diadakan pada: 27th September 2018
From 18:00 pm - 22:00 pm
Faspay Working Space
OWASP Jakarta Night #2
19:00 - 22:00
Tue, Aug 7, 2018
Marque at Cyber 2 Tower,
Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Blok X-5 Cyber 2 Tower 17th Floor, RT.7/RW.2, Kuningan Timur, Jakarta, Kota Jakarta Selatan, 12950, Indonesia
• Event Program:
18.00p.m - 19.00p.m - Arrival Participant & Registration
19:00 pm – 19:15 p.m - Speech by OWASP Indonesia Chapter Leader , Ade Yoseman Putra
19.15p.m - 19.30 p.m - Speech including Q & A OWASP Indonesia Co Chapter Leader by Suman Sourav
19.30 p.m - 20.30 p.m - Speech including Q & A by David Holmes
20.30 p.m - 21.30 p.m - Speech including Q & A by Harley Davidson Karel (PDF)
21:30 p.m - 22.00 pm - photo together/networking session
Hybrid Cloud Security
Hybrid Cloud Security continues to be relevant topic. David Holmes ( Global Security Evangelist for F5 Networks) will detail F5’s experience assisting a Fortune 10 company overcome some of their security challenges in moving to a multi-cloud architecture. His presentation will also include a look at some new F5 technologies that secure and containerize application traffic.
Mr. Holmes is a 17-year veteran of F5 and has met with banking and finance, government, and private enterprise security teams all over the world so he usually has the measure of who is doing what and where. This is an excellent opportunity to pick his brain about architecture, industry trends, or any other security topic that is top of mind.
More about David Holmes:
Based in Asia Pacific, David Holmes is the Global Security Evangelist for F5 Networks. In this role, Holmes is spokesman, researcher and evangelist for F5’s threat intelligence division, with an emphasis on cryptography, distributed denial of service attacks, and the Internet of Things. He speaks at conferences such as RSA, InfoSec and Gartner Data Center.
Holmes authors white papers on security topics such as global cryptography trends and modern DDoS threat spectrum. He has also written for industry magazines such as the SCMagazine and Network World. These days,he writes regularly about vulnerabilities, technical solutions and the security industry for SecurityWeek.com and F5 Labs.
He joined F5 Networks in 2001, and, as a Principal Software Engineer, where he designed many of the system and core security features. Holmes has 20 years of experience in security and product engineering.
Prior to F5, Holmes was a Vice President of Engineering at Dvorak Development (in Boulder, CO) and a Senior Software Engineer (Security) at CyberSafe, Inc.
Holmes majored in Computer Science and Engineering Physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder. For public speaking, Holmes has a Competent Communicator award from Toastmasters International and other public speaking awards.
Many thanks to F5 for their sponsorship.
Harley Davidson Karel
Topic : Static Analysis Security Testing (SAST) using open source
Topic Extract :
Find security issues on development stage using open source static analysis security testing (SAST), so that developer will be able to identify security issues on earlier stage of software development life cycle, rather than waiting for penetration testing stage.
SAST demo will be conducted with command line interface usage, IDE integration, & Jenkins integration. The demo will scan and found security issues on several programming language such as Java, python, & ruby
Harley Davidson Karel is working as Associate Application Security Consultant at Vantage Point Security Indonesia. He is EC-Council Certified and well trained in working in application security activities that help organisations to put security aspect in every stage of software development life cycle. He has been selected as a speaker for PyConMY 2018 Kuala Lumpur, PyConES 2018 Malaga Spain, GrillRB 2018 Wroclaw Poland.
OWASP Indonesia Q1 Meetup 2018
Reduce the Risk of a Data Breach with Open Source INTelligence (OSINT)
by Ayodya (Security Engineer at Bukalapak)
Building Appsec Pipeline
by Suman Sourav
OWASP Top 10 Mobile Application Vulnerability
• Event Program:
18.00p.m - 19.00p.m - Arrival Participant & Registration
19:00 pm – 19:15 p.m - Speech by OWASP Indonesia Chapter Leader
19.15p.m - 20.00 p.m - Speech including Q & A by Suman Sourav
20.00 p.m - 20.45 p.m - Speech including Q & A by Ayodya
20.45 p.m - 21.30 p.m - Speech including Q & A by william
1. Security Engineer at Bukalapak
2. Master of Electrical Engineering (ICT Security) at University of Mercu Buana
3. Founder Cyber Security Division at Computer Student Club of Jakarta State Polytechnic
Building Appsec Pipeline
SOFTWARE SECURITY ASSURANCE & DEVSECOPS PROFESSIONAL - VANTAGE POINT SECURITY PTE. LTD SINGAPORE
Suman has more than a decade experience in designing secure-SDLC programs and is passionate about integrating security into the development lifecycle. He is skilled beyond existing static analysis tools and code review techniques and shaping the way the industry secures code in a Continuous Deployment world. He has worked with various financial and non-financial institutions to implement software security life-cycle and has strong experience of creating an organizational framework to break silos security culture in the organization and builds an unified approach to deal with the root cause of software security problems.
19:00 - 22:00
Thursday, March 29, 2018
Bank BTPN. Menara BTPN, 27 th floor - CBD Mega Kuningan Jl. Dr. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav. 5.5 – 5.6 Jakarta 12950
OWASP Jakarta Q4 2017 Meetup
19:00 - 22:00
Tue, Nov 21, 2017
Menara BTPN - CBD Mega Kuningan
Jl. Dr. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav. 5.5 – 5.6 Jakarta 12950
OWASP Jakarta Q4 2017 Meetup
Menara BTPN, 27 th floor - CBD Mega Kuningan
Jl. Dr. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav. 5.5 – 5.6
Theme : Application Security in Owasp top 10 2017
at Q1 21th november 2017
From 19:00 pm - 22:00 pm
- Secure coding practices with golang (PDF)
by sulhaedir (IT Security Spesialis at Tokopedia)
- OWASP Risk Rating Management Project(PDF)
by M febri
Sulhaedir have 6 years experience in information security. he work as security specialist at TOKOPEDIA. he also Security research in nemosecurity
he work as Security Consultant at Visionet.
workshop with KSL UBL "improving Security Attack and Defense with OWASP"
when : Sat, September 16, 08:00 – 15:00 pm
Auditorium Universitas Budi Luhur, Jl. Ciledug Raya No.126, RT.1/RW.2, Petukangan Utara, Pesanggrahan, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12260, Indonesia
OWASP Indonesia Day 2017
when Developers, startups, hackers will meet.. just visit us @ OWASP Indonesia Day 2017
Yogyakarta, 09 th september 2017
if you interested sponsor our events just contact Ade Yoseman Putra
OWASP Jakarta Tech Day Meetup 2017
OWASP Jakarta succesfully host meetup on May 2017
with Theme: "How Secure Ecommerce"
Date: 14 May 2017 02 pm to 05 pm (GMT+7 Jakarta)
Venue: PTC Pulogadung Trade Centre Ballroom 2nd Floor
Jalan Raya Bekasi, RW.3, Rw. Terate, Cakung, Kota Jakarta Timur, DKI Jakarta 13920
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- Turning Legal Website into DDoS Tool
by Kalpin Erlangga (Indonesia Honeynet Project) (PDF) .
- The Art of phishing, and how to save yourself
by Oliver Valentino (Security analyst BUKALAPAK) (PDF)
- Trend Defacement On Indonesia E-Commerce Website
by Achmad Syafaat (ID-SIRTII/CC)
- Client Side Security And Testing Tools
by David Cervigni ( Minded Security) (PDF)
- Hacking as a Livestyle
Matias Prasodjo(Dracos) (PDF)
Kalpin Erlangga Silaen
Kalpin Erlangga Silaen is a senior security consultant with experience more than 15 years in IT. He is a graduate of the Master of Computer in Faculty of Engineering and IT at Swiss German University. He was first winner as a team at Cyber Defense Competition, Ministry of Defense of Indonesia on 2013
(Jakarta) and 2014 (Surabaya). He has experience as security penetration tester for various industry such as telecommunication, banking, finance, and government for more than 7 years. His interests includes network and cloud security
Oliver Valentino is a tech evangelist and security enthusiast. Currently work as a security analyst at bukalapak. Got his bachelor degree from Universitas Advent Indonesia Bandung
David Cervigni is a Senior Security Consultant of the Minded Security consultants team. He has a strong experience in collaborating closely with developer teams to securing SDLC and DevOps systems. His specialties include secure coding training, vulnerability assessment, manual and automated code review solutions, critical software design and compliance. His experience maturated mostly in the financial sector and in the biggest institutions across Swiss and UK markets. He holds a master's degree in computer science from the University of Camerino.
Matias Prasodjo is Vice Leader DracOs Linux Team. he is Subject Matter Expert Security and System at PT Lintas Teknologi Indonesia.
OWASP Indonesia Meetup I 2017 on March 4 th, 2017
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1. Anda bisa menjadi Speaker & Trainer dalam setiap Event Yayasan OWASP di seluruh dunia
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|Chapter Leadership Board Member Role||Responsibilities||Person(s)|
|Chapter Leader / Chairman||The central point of contact for the Chapter and responsible to the OWASP Board. Serves as Chapter Leader and Chapter board chair.||Ade Yoseman Putra|
|Sponsor Coordinator||Serves as the primary liaison between the Chapter and all sponsors, and solicits sponsors for the Chapter meetings, happy hours, and other events.||Hilman Aditya|
|Speaker and Special Event Coordinator||Seeks and schedules speakers for monthly Chapter meetings and other events.||Dewo Nur Satrio|
|Conference/Event/Meetup Coordinator||Coordinates all of the efforts for the annual OWASP Indonesia Day, OWASP Jakarta Night & all OWASP Jakarta Events.||Eka Syahfitri|
|PR/Marketing Coordinator/Designer Grafis||Provides marketing of OWASP Indonesia Day and other Chapter events.||Muhamad Iqbal Dewanto|
|Equipment Committee||Equipment Committee for OWASP Meetup||Bima|
|Volunteer||Volunteer Lists||Achmad Syafaat, Gumux Hijack, Ali Kaharu , Amanu, Mohammad Febri|
|Finance||The Chapter Leader is designated as primary person responsible for Chapter budget and Chapter expense approvals.
The previous Chapter Leader is designated as secondary approver, who also will approve any expenses submitted by the Chapter Leader.
|Advisory Board Members||Made up of previous Chapter leaders who provide mentoring, coaching, and assistance to the board and contribute to the Chapter’s success.|