Information Security and Data Privacy Awareness

Aligned with The Indonesia Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL)

Strengthen your workforce with a tailored training program designed to equip them with vital insights for safeguarding sensitive business data, fostering a security-focused organizational culture, and ensuring compliance with the regulations of the Indonesia Personal Data Protection Law.

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About this course

The Information Security and Indonesia Data Protection course plays a crucial role in helping organizations establish their initial line of protection against cyber threats. It can be achieved by offering comprehensive training on information security, allowing employees to grasp fundamental principles and best practices for safeguarding personal data. Additionally, the course covers guidelines for gathering and processing personal information within Indonesia, ensuring compliance with the PDPL regulations, and the maintenance of personal data privacy.

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Section 1: Cyber Threat Landscape

This course section takes a practical approach, examining real-life cyber security incidents instead of focusing solely on theory. One can then apply this knowledge to their work environments, implementing proactive measures to prevent similar incidents. Furthermore, the course explore incidents that have affected employees, customers, partners, vendors, and stakeholders, broadening their understanding of information security risks.

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Section 2: Elements of Information Security and Data Privacy

This section covers the key pillars of information security and the value of information.

CIA Triad

Data Classification

Types of Personal Information

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Section 3: Common Cyberattacks and Prevention

This section covers the most common cyberattacks and best practices to prevent them.

Phishing and its variants

Ransomware

Disinformation

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Section 4: Practicing Information Security at Work

This section covers nine challenges based on real-life scenarios and preventive measures that employees can apply to their work.

Secure Access to Facilities

Safe Remote Working

Securing Access Credentials

Safe Internet Browsing

Safe Usage of Email and Collaboration Platforms

Safe Social Media Usage

Safe Usage of AI Apps

Safe Usage of Information Storage and Transfer

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Section 5: Understanding Indonesia Personal Data Protection Act (PDPL)

This section focuses on key concepts and principles of Indonesia PDPL that are essential for understanding and ensuring data protection and privacy.

What is Indonesia’s Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL)?

Why is PDPL important?

Who does PDPL apply to?

Definitions under PDPL

Rights of a Data Subject

Responsibilities of a Data Protection Officer (DPO)

Consequences of non-compliance with the PDPL

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Section 6: Reporting Privacy Breaches and Security Incidents

This section highlights examples of privacy breaches and security incidents and provides guidance on reporting procedures.

What is a privacy breach?

Examples of privacy breaches

Overview of Information Security Incidents

Examples of Information Security Incidents

Reporting Privacy Breaches and Security Incidents

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Section 7: Summary and Assessment

This section summarizes the key takeaways from this course. Also, an assessment towards the end to test the knowledge level and understanding.

Summary

Assessment

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