As stipulated in Presidential Decree Number 3 of 2022, the Commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces, General Andika Perkasa, was appointed as the Person in Charge of the Security Sector, which joined in the National Committee for Indonesia's 2022 G20 Presidency.
General Andika explained that the number of TNI personnel deployed in securing the G20 Summit is 14,000 personel, from the Indonesian police there will be 3,200 personel and the rest will come from a combination of other institutions.
"We are working with BSSN regarding cyber security, BSSN in this case becomes the lead sector. Later the TNI will also be in elements involved in the cyber world, such as the TNI Cyber Unit and the TNI Strategic Intelligence Agency," Andika said as quoted from a BSSN press release dated October 27, 2022.
Meanwhile, BSSN Spokesperson Ariandi Putra said that BSSN had made a number of security measures because the security of the G20 Summit was not only carried out on the day of the international event, but also before and after the D-day event.
Ariandi said that BSSN had identified various potential cyber threats that occurred in Indonesia, including spear phishing, malicious documents or viruses affixed to documents, hijacking, fake wifi and malware operations.
"As the leading cyber security sector at the G20 Summit, BSSN is tasked with collaborating several cyber security plans with relevant stakeholders, such as the TNI, Polri, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, Ministry of Information, Ministry of Health, Cabinet Secretariat, and a number of other parties," said Ariandi.