Cyber Agency Vows Security Ahead of Bandung Conference Anniversary
Jakarta. Indonesia’s national cybersecurity agency said on Thursday it was ready to anticipate any espionage activity ahead of the 60th anniversary of Asia-Africa Conference.
Major General Djoko Setiadi, chief of the agency, known by its acronym Lemsaneg, said the agency had made technological strides in recent years.
“Any interception needs to be anticipated in order to ensure it is unsuccessful,” Djoko said after meeting with presidential chief of staff Luhut Panjaitan at the State Palace in Jakarta on Thursday. “We are sure we will be able to offer protection.”
The Asia-Africa Conference will be held from April 19 to 24 in Jakarta and Bandung. Delegates from 109 Asian and African countries, as well as 16 observer countries and 25 international organizations have been invited to the event.
More than 4,000 police officers will be deployed around Jakarta to secure the commemoration of the conference, which was originally set up to promote economic and cultural cooperation among the newly independent countries of Asia and Africa.
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Source: The Jakarta Globe