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PDPL Compliance

The law to protect Indonesian Citizen's sensitive data

As of October 17, 2022, Indonesia has passed a law that regulates the protection of personal data, namely UU No. 27 Tahun 2022. This law impacts how organizations process and protect their data, especially personal data, and how they design and implement their cybersecurity. Through this law, the government hopes that the number of data breaches in Indonesia will decrease and the public will become more aware of how other people use and process their data or even increase public awareness of security in this digital era, so that cyber crimes can be reduced.

PDPL compliance is based on the Security Principal of Data Protection

Data Protection refers to the safeguarding of personal information. It involves a set of rules and regulations that dictate how personal data should be collected, handled, and stored to ensure its confidentiality, integrity, and availability. The purpose of data protection is to protect individuals from the unauthorized or unlawful processing of their personal data, as well as from the accidental loss or destruction of that data. This can include measures such as encryption, secure backups, and access controls to limit who can view or modify the data.

Data Protection Implementation Resources

Website References

Guidance From Naga

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