While COVID-19 has overwhelmed the best healthcare systems in developed nations, resource-limited hospitals in countries such as Indonesia faced even greater, unprecedented challenges.
Support is needed to strengthen Indonesia’s fast rising digital economy with greater inclusivity and cybersecurity.
The coronavirus pandemic has uncovered a clear and urgent need in Indonesia for improved ICT capacity, through infrastructure, skills and regulation.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre will deliver a program titled “Cybersecurity competencies for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises” after receiving a grant from the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Letters of intent on digital diplomacy and trilateral cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region were signed by Australia and Indonesia in Jakarta on Read more
Indonesia’s digital economy is massively important, but without reliable cybersecurity systems, 150 million users remain exposed to security threats.
As one of Indonesia’s cultural and education hubs, Yogyakarta is uniquely placed when it comes to the creative economy. In October, the Read more