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Monday, 26 September, 2016 | 13:50 WIB
E-commerce Transaction in Indonesia the Riskiest

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta-The Indonesian Payment System Association (ASPI) has noted that bank transaction is still a favorite option for Indonesian people in e-commerce sector.

Based on data of The Veritrans and DailySocial estimates by testing on 5 major e-commerce websites in Indonesia, 57 percent of the consumers are opting bank transaction, 28 percent opting cash on delivery (COD), 8 percent opting other transactions, and 7 percent opting credit card use.

The problem is that the transaction gives no security assurance to users. Based on the Threat Exposure Rate (TER), measured by the percentage of malware attack on PC, Indonesia is the first on the list of nations prone to receive the risk in the last three months.

“Indonesia is first with 23.54 percent," said Head of Comission VI at ASPI, Ery Punta Hendraswara.

Therefore, e-commerce vendors have installed antivirus in their respective browsers such as verified & secured verify security, PayPal verified, TRUSTe certified privacy, and many others.

Ery added that ASPI has asked Bank Indonesia to pay attention to online transaction security, given the growing number of transaction. "We need to contain this," he said. 


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