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Tokopedia CEO William Tanuwijaya said the company has taken a number of measures to mitigate the data theft of the e-commerce platform.
Tempo has compiled a number of tips from Google security tips to ensure the safety of your personal data online.
The police will increase patrol in Jakarta during the implementation of large-scale social restriction (PSBB).
Germany increased security at some carnival processions on Tuesday after a local man plowed his car into a parade in Volksmarsen, injuring 52 people.
The implementation of PON 2020 Papua has received a guarantee of readiness from the Government of the Papua Province.
Mahfud MD gathered state ministers in a plenary meeting to discuss issues in Papua that happened in the past months.
Indonesian Military (TNI) and PT Freeport Indonesia signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on the security of the mining giant in Timika, Papua.
Coordinating Minister Mahfud Md assessed terror acts by an armed criminal group (KKB) in Kulapa Village Papua proved the need for security approach.
Hong Kong's popular New Year's Eve fireworks will be canceled for the first time in a decade.
The Jakarta Metro Police will dispatch 10,000 officers to secure Christmas and New Year's celebrations.
Jakarta Police and city administration today, December 5 launched an application "Help Renakta" to help women and children falling victim to violence.
Jakarta Metro Police are currently preparing security measures for three agendas during this year's end, including Christmas, New Year.
Surakarta Police Resort has increased the security measures in the vicinity of President Jokowi's house in Sumber Solo, Surakarta.
AP II tightened security in 19 airports in the wake of the suicide bombing in Medan, North Sumatra, today morning, November 13.
Tangerang Resort Police implement a high alert status (Siaga I) operation since Friday ahead of the presidential inauguration.
Some 4,000 joint personnel are deployed to secure Soekarno-Hatta Airport ahead of the presidential inauguration on October 20.
As many as 31,000 joint personnel from the police and military (TNI) will be posted in three areas to secure the presidential inauguration tomorrow.
The cops are tasked to secure a number of vital objects and crowded centers in the South Jakarta area ahead of the presidential inauguration.
TNI Commander announced the start of the stringent security measures for President Jokowi's inauguration.
The security protocol change in Luhut Panjaitan's office for journalists is a response to the attack on Coordinating Minister Wiranto.