Need Standard Procedure to Face Ransomware Wannacry
By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, December 27 2017 - 17:00 IWST
Ransomware (Foto Ist)
INDUSTRY.co.id - Semarang - Cyber security expert Persadha considers the need for standard operating procedures (SOPs) to face a malignant "ransomware wannacry".
Pratama via e-mail, in Semarang, Tuesday (26/12/2017) night, when delivering year-end records related to cybersecurity in the country throughout 2017 suggests, this year be a sign for all parties, especially the government to more serious attention to the issue cyber security.
Throughout this year, said Primary who is also Chairman of the Institute for Security Research of Cyber and Communications (CISSReC), recorded many extraordinary events related to cyber security in the country.
Indonesia Security Incident Response Team on Internet Infrastructure / Coordinator Center (Id-SIRTII / CC) noted up to November 2017, Indonesia got as many as 205,502,159 attacks.
He cited the case that occurred in early February 2017 which was surprising with the existence of hacking efforts to the site of the General Elections Commission (KPU) during the vote counting the election of Governor and Vice Governor of DKI Jakarta first round.
No less horrendous, he added, is hacking on the site Telkomsel and prosecutors are quite troublesome.
Furthermore, in May 2017, the entire world including in Indonesia experienced a "ransomware wannacry" attack. After a few months, "ransomware" with a similar model named "nopetya" also attacked.
According to Pratama, one that is worth a look is this cyber-security phenomenon has had an impact on individual users. This is where the role of government to enter and educate the community.
He asserted, WhatsApp pornography issues, Telegram blocking, and also SIM card registration, for example, is proof that this cyber security issue has touched individuals directly.
"Living now is the size of the PR as far and deep as the country can enter and educate the public," he said.
According to him, without community involvement and awareness, it is difficult to create a strong and complete cyber security. (Ant)