The Jakarta Post
In order to handle digital threats, experts are saying that governments or companies must be able to establish their respective incident response teams with clear frameworks, as well as the ability to have access to absolutely every kind of data in a system.
As Indonesia, a country where breaches are rampant, prepares to establish its own National Cybersecurity Agency (BCN) in August, observers have given recommendations about how prevention teams would be able to fully deal with particular matters.
Clear frameworks in this case hinge on the aspects of proper governance, an outline to what threats are present and have occurred before and the technical methods of solving them. Observers note that such coordinated guidelines can make a difference in the way companies and governments train their response teams and yield more effective results.
Sunil Varkey, the chief...