Monday, April 10th, 2017
On Monday, April 10th, 2017, Germany and Indonesia made a bilateral agreement on cooperation in cyber security, human rights, and cyber infrastructure. The meeting was held at Laboratorium HI, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Building, Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung. They had reached into an agreement on how both parties will take a further action and implementing the previous cooperation.
The agreement consists of how the two parties will cooperate on strengthening the cyber infrastructure, preserving human rights and establishing the information sharing system on the exchange of information. Germany and Indonesia will strengthen the cyber infrastructure through adopting the industry 4.0 as the platform of cyber infrastructure. In the other hand, Germany and Indonesia agreed to preserve the rights of the internet users in every aspects based on the laws and regulations implemented in both states through ensuring a safe and secured privacy of the internet users, also ensuring equal information access among the internet users. Lastly, both states also pointed out the importance of each state sovereignty in exchanging information.
Under this agreement, Indonesia expect the existing relations could be maintaned and can make further cooperation on another fields. Germany also hope that both parties can get an excellent outcome and can lead the two states to prosperity.