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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Currently, the threat for the countries will be come from cyber threats. Cyber threats potentially attack national assets and interests. Furthermore, every country needs to develop national cyber security strategies to anticipate the cyber threats. Indonesia as a country that is growing rapidly in the ICT sector has make efforts to address cyber threats. This paper describes the state of the art national cyber security in Indonesia, which is consist of five aspects, such as (1) Legal Measures, (2) Technical and Procedural Measures, (3) Organizational Structures, (4) Capacity Building and (5) International Cooperation.  This paper also proposed national cyber security principles and strategies for implementation and development national cyber security in  Indonesia

Keywords :

: NCS;National Cyber Security;Indonesia

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