Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Reviewing the Portability of Personal Data
The concept of personal-data portability needs to be encouraged so that the general public can understand and enjoy its benefits.
Struggle Is Not Over Yet
We can breathe a sigh of relief now, but just a little. This is because the struggle is not over yet.
Data Theft Occurs Mostly During Working Hours
According to BSSN data, phishing is one of the most widely used methods to steal personal data. This type of attack exploits the weakest part of cybersecurity, namely users.
Fixing Data Leaks
Data is our most important asset. It must be kept in a sturdy boat built with the best structural design and the best materials because each piece of data has economic value that can grow.
Data Keep Leaking, Law Urgent
A big data leakage cannot be taken lightly because it will have a serious impact on many people whose personal data is widely spread.
Just Fill as Required, Prevent Personal Data from Being ‘Harvested’
Early April, more than a billion user profiles of Facebook, LinkedIn and Clubhouse users were either sold or shared for free on online hacker forums in less than a week.
There is no Reason to Postpone the Discussion
The protracted completion of the Personal Data Protection Bill has the potential to increase threats to the sovereignty of the data of the citizens or the state.
Maintain Citizens’ Privacy Rights
The protection of personal data in the country is currently poor. Based on the 2020 National Cyber Security Index, the protection of personal data in the country scored 1 out of 4 points.
Data Protection Bill Crucial, But Facing Deadlock
The existence of the Personal Data Protection (PDP) Law is not only needed to encourage institutions to strengthen the security of people’s data.
Cyber ‘Security Guards’ That Will Be Fought For
The existence of citizen data guardians or data protection officers will become a necessity when the draft law on personal data protection is passed into law.