Cybersecurity skills for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs)

 

Cybersecurity skills for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) is a pilot project designed to improve cybersecurity competencies of Indonesian MSMEs and support their integration into ASEAN and global trade. It focuses on increasing awareness, understanding risks and responding to it.

The program is delivered in partnership with Indonesia’s National Cyber and Crypto Agency (BSSN), and Ministry of Cooperation and UMKM Republic of Indonesia (Kemenko UMKM RI).

It is funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s E-commerce Aid for Trade fund, aimed at helping countries in the Indo-Pacific take full advantage of the digital economy by increasing their e-commerce capabilities.

 

Full program and agenda

English

Bahasa Indonesia

 

Welcome and introduction by Allaster Cox, the Deputy Head of Mission to Indonesia

Resources

 

 

Team

Professor Caroline Chan

AIC Industry Fellow (Skills Futures)
The Australia-Indonesia Centre

Kevin Evans

Indonesia Director
The Australia-Indonesia Centre

Febi Trihermanto

Research Officer, Indonesia
The Australia-Indonesia Centre

Dr Tony Dwi Susanto

AIC Associate Fellow
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

Dr Dina Dellyana

Lecturer
Institut Teknologi Bandung

I Gede Putu Krisna Juliharta

Vice Rector of Students Affairs
STMIK Primakara

Dr Wahyudi Agustiono

Associate Professor
Universitas Trunojoyo

Dr Manahan Siallagan

Assistant Professor
Institut Teknologi Bandung

Dr Meditya Wasesa

Assistant Professor
Institut Teknologi Bandung

Dr Yudo Anggoro

Deputy Director, SBM
Institut Teknologi Bandung