Digital Access Programme – Indonesia
Cybil code: G0814
From: Oct 2020
To: Sep 2022
Target audience: Government, Civil Society, Women, Public Sector
Tags: Gender Considerations
Themes & Topics
The activities of the UK’s Digital Access Programme in Indonesia will include support for addressing online gender-based violence, strengthening cybersecurity protection for the telemedicine sector, developing professional skills and exercising related to CNI.
Digital Access Programme activities in Indonesia aim to:
- Upskill and raise awareness of online gender-based violence and wider crimes; helping to protect vulnerable groups such as women and girls, and the elderly who are often targeted with cybercrime.
- Support data protection and cyber security in telemedicine; helping communities to have improved access to better and more secure health services by providing secure telemedicine platforms.
- Develop professional skills; delivering training to increase cybersecurity skills in the public and private sector to better protect citizens’ data and key infrastructure.
- Enhance the security of Indonesia’s Critical National Infrastructure through risk assessments and incident response exercises.
This projects falls under the framework of the UK’s Digital Access Programme (DAP), which is designed to catalyse more inclusive, affordable, safe and secure digital access for communities. It uses digital inclusion as a basis for a more thriving digital ecosystem that will stimulate innovations for local development challenges, create local skilled jobs and generate opportunities for business partnerships.
During a two year period from October 2020 to September 2022, the FCDO, through the Trust & Resilience pillar of the Digital Access Programme (DAP), is implementing projects to improve cyber capability and reduce harm in five countries – Brazil, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Indonesia. These contribute to the UK’s vision of ‘thriving, open digital societies powered by trusted technologies, with the UK leading efforts to uphold a free, open, peaceful and secure cyberspace’.
Find more information about the UK’s Digital Access Programme here.
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