BSSN Talks About Laws and Policies Regarding Cyber Security Infrastructure at the Cybersecurity Connect 2022

- 08 November 2022 19:41 WIB
The National Cybersecurity Connect 2022 event on October 26, 2022. (Special)
The National Cybersecurity Connect 2022 event on October 26, 2022. (Special)

JAKARTADAILY.ID – The Indonesian National Cyber ​​and Crypto Agency (BSSN) invited cyber security experts to collaborate in the National Cybersecurity Connect 2022 event on October 26-27 2022 at Birawa Assembly Hall, Menara Bidakara.

Last month, BSSN invited various stakeholders of the cyber security sector, BSSN also conveyed four government policies related to the VII (Vital Information Infrastructure).

Speaking at the event, BSSN Spokesman Ariandi Putra explained several legal foundations related to cyber security management for the VII, namely the National Cyber ​​Security Strategy (SKSN); Presidential Regulation Number 82 of 2022 concerning Protection VII for the VII security sector and derivative regulations for protection VII.

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"BSSN as a government institution is responsible for making cyber security management policies in Indonesia and encourages the strengthening of national cyber security and resilience by compiling an SKSN based on Government Regulation (PP) Number 71 of 2019 concerning the Implementation of Electronic Systems and Transactions," Ariandi said in a written statement on October 27, 2022, signed by the Bureau of Law and Public Communication BSSN.

Ariandi added that the first point regarding SKSN, as mandated by PP 71/2019 Article 94 Paragraph 1 Letter a, can only be achieved through the collaboration of various parties, ranging from state administrators, business actors, and academics, to the community.

Article 94 Paragraph 1 reads "stipulation of a national cyber security strategy which is part of the national security strategy, including the development of a cyber security culture."

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The second point, said Ariandi, is that the protection of the Vital Information Infrastructure must be carried out so that services can take place safely and reliably.

Protection for the VII sector also aims to prevent escalation of damage to the VII when it experiences a cyber attack and increases preparedness in recovering from the impact of an incident.

"The functions and objectives have been explained in Presidential Regulation (Pepres) 82 of 2022 concerning Protection VII," said the BSSN spokesman.

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The third point related to the protection of the VII sector is that security is related to several sectors.

"Sector VII which is the main concern is government administration, energy, transportation, finance, health, information and communication technology, food, defense, and other sectors as determined by the President," said Ariandi.


Editor: Suksmajati Kumara


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