Cyber Security Business Predicted to Grow Rapidly in Indonesia
All companies in Indonesia have been competing to adopt digital transformation, so that services are needed to protect digital data.
This follows the increasingly rapid development of digital transformation in the country. All companies in Indonesia have been competing to adopt digital transformation, so that services are needed to protect digital data.
"Cyber security service is a bit strange. Business is booming all over the world, while in Indonesia it is still early. I believe this will soon be booming, with all companies going digital, hackers will definitely increase. So cyber security is very important, "said Erik Meijer, President Director of Telkomtelstra, in his statement, Friday (11/22/2019).
Related to the success in digital investment return, Meijer assessed that it is not easy to determine the return on investment (RoI) for technology expenditure. Because, this is a complex process that depends on certain business requirements.
Meanwhile, Mevira Munindra, IDC Indonesia's Head of Operations, said digital transformation was a journey of business transformation. The next digital transformation or Digital Transformation (DX) 2.0 will be based on data.
IDC estimates that in 2022, 50 percent of companies in Indonesia will form digital-native platforms with Cloud, Mobility and Big Data & Analytic as the main technology to be able to survive and compete in the digital economy market.
As the rapid development of digital transformation, according to him, there are four main challenges that need attention in Indonesia. About 70 percent of respondents surveyed by IDC rated the strategic road map for digital investment as a major challenge.
Then followed by developing digital abilities and skills (65 percent), building the right organizational structure (65 percent), and finding key performance indicators (KPI) to measure digital success (45 percent).
"In 2023, 80% of entities in the Asia Pacific will merge new digital KPIs, which focus on the level of product / service innovation, data capitalization, and employee experience, to navigate the digital economy," Mevira said. (*)