The global adjustment to the coronavirus pandemic has seen a faster shift to a digital economy as technology has been harnessed to deal with abrupt changes in every aspect of life.
A civilian team of “data worms” in Indonesia that finds and publishes data around coronavirus has become a trusted source of information about the pandemic.
In a time of crisis the potential gains from the smart use of data are amplified.
Prerana Mehta is the Chief of Ecosystem Development for AustCyber and the chair of the ACT Australia-Indonesia Business Council (AIBC). AIC Communications and Outreach Lead Helen Brown spoke with her over Zoom about cybersecurity and the new Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (IA-CEPA).
As the coronavirus pandemic forces millions of Indonesians online – for work, school and social activities – there is a clear and urgent need for improved ICT capacity, through infrastructure, skills and regulation.
There’s a large and growing demand for education and training in Indonesia – so much so that on 10 February 2020, President Read more
As both countries are set to capture the opportunities presented by the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, this AIC Backgrounder explores how Read more
Indonesia’s digital economy is massively important, but without reliable cybersecurity systems, 150 million users remain exposed to security threats.