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Commandant of Army Cyber &
INDONESIAN NATIONAL ARMY
CISSReC (Communication & Information System Security Research Center)
Head of Information & Cyber Security
Directorate of Government Informatics Applications Services
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (MCIT), INDONESIA
VP - Information Security
ISC2 Jakarta Chapter
Head of Information Security
New Cybersecurity Rules for Financial Institutions in Indonesia
Indonesia recently released new cybersecurity rules for the financial sector, including banks, insurance companies, and other financial services providers.Read More
Cloud in Indonesia: seeing the silver lining
Countries around the world, including Indonesia, are moving to the cloud for its disruptive and transformative capabilities, as well as its impressive value potential.Read More
Cyberattacks to rise ahead of 2024 Indonesia elections: SAFEnet report
The report found that digital attacks in the country had more than doubled over the past two years, from 147 discrete instances in 2020 to 302 last year.Read More
Women have vital role in cybersecurity: BSSN
Women can play a crucial role in maintaining cybersecurity by educating children in their families about it from an early age, Head of the National Cyber and Crypto Agency (BSSN) Hinsa Siburian said.Read More
Hardware-based defenses give hybrid workers endpoint protection
Taking conference calls at home or during your commute, brainstorming sessions at the office, or carving intense, productive hours in your favorite café—long gone are the days of a rigid workstyle.Read More
Indonesia under cyber-siege: Is there any way out?
Indonesians have been appalled by yet another cyberattack targeting the country’s banking industry. To show how vulnerable the industry is to the threat, a group of Ransomware-as-a-Service (RAAS) hackers called Lockbit 3.0 allegedly have leaked personal data of Bank Syariah Indonesia (BSI) customersRead More
Indonesia’s biggest Islamic bank says customer data safe amid reports of breach
Indonesia's biggest Islamic lender Bank Syariah Indonesia (BSI) (BRIS.JK) on Tuesday said it was working with regulators to bulletproof its cybersecurity after media reports that account details of 15 million customers were published online.Read More
BSSN records decrease in cyberattacks in 2022
The National Cyber and Encryption Agency (BSSN) stated that the number of cyberattacks declined in 2022 as compared to 1.6 billion incidents recorded in 2021. "The attacks almost reached 1 billion (in 2022). These are threat anomalies in cyberspace," BSSN Head Hinsa Siburian stated here on Thursday.Read More
Vanuatu: Hackers strand Pacific island government for over a week
Vanuatu's government has been knocked offline for more than 11 days after a suspected cyber-attack on servers in the country. The hack has disabled the websites of the Pacific island's parliament, police and prime minister's office.Read More
Why cyber hackers have such big eyes for Indonesia
Indonesian legislators have finally passed the country’s first personal data protection law, but despite being labeled a historic moment, critics already point to worrying loopholes and question whether it will change a bureaucratic culture that largely ignores cybersecurity measures.Read More