Securing the Cryptospace: The Urgent Need to Regulate the Cryptocurrencies

21/06/2022

Author: Irnasya ShafiraEditor: Anisa Pratita Mantovani The creation of Bitcoin as the first decentralized peer-to-peer payment system has radicalized how our payment system works. It is considered a radical new way of making payments, leading to the creation of new […]

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Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right: How Indonesia Netizens Use Doxing as a Weapon to Attack Others

Author: Zakiah FadhilaEditor: Anisa Pratita Mantovani It has always been easy for social media users to find interesting topics to discuss. Because of this, people have been actively using social media as a platform to drop their opinion and eventually […]

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Press Release | Reflection Session #3 Closing Session BLS – Capacity Building on Interdisciplinary Cybersecurity Training

10/03/2022

Yogyakarta, January 27, 2022, Cyber security has become an unavoidable interest in the current era of digital information. The ongoing pandemic is increasingly driving the transformation of the world into the digital age of information and turning almost all aspects […]

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The Role of Digital Literacy in Raising Cybersecurity Awareness

19/01/2022

Faizatush Sholikhah, S.Sos.,M.A. (faizatush.sholikhah@ugm.ac.id)Head of Archives and Records Management Program Study Vocational School UGM The development of information and communication technology affects nearly all lives. Internet use in Indonesia has increased every year over the past decades. Referring to the […]

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[PRESS RELEASE] “Sovereignty and Gender in Cyberspace” | Reflection Session 2

12/09/2021

Zoom, September 1, 2021 – As part of efforts to increase capacity in cybersecurity, the Center for Digital Society, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada, in collaboration with the Data Research Center, Campus Fryslan, University of Groningen, […]

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The Emergence of Social Cybersecurity: What is it all about?

08/09/2021

Increasingly cyber world meant that everything would gain its cyber counterpart; security is no exception. Currently, the world’s attention is hinged on cybersecurity’s technicalities, yet I believe that this should not be the case. Since the pandemic hits, societies all […]

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Using data to improve public order: Because we can, does that mean we should?

31/08/2021

Anno Bunik & Oskar Gstrein The collection, analysis, storage and sharing of data has become increasingly popular and important for public institutions. The use of data enhances the capabilities to monitor the environment, as well as groups and individuals. Statistical […]

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HOW CAN EVIDENTIARY STANDARDS BE REGULATED AT THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL FOR VERIFIABLE AND TRANSPARENT ATTRIBUTIONS OF CYBERATTACKES TO STATES?

Taís Fernanda Blauth and Dr Oskar J. Gstrein IntroductionIndividuals, private organisations, and the public sector are increasingly reliant on digital technologies and infrastructures to function. This scenario of reliability on technology and growing digital data sets is explored by hackers, […]

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BEYOND CYBERSECURITY: WE SHOULD TALK ABOUT CYBERPEACE

20/08/2021

Written by Oskar J Gstrein Cybersecurity is a complex concept. It essentially consists of the two terms ‘cyber’ and ‘security’, both of which are highly context-dependent. Cyber has its roots in the ancient Greek verb ‘kybereo’, which can be translated […]

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A CALL FOR A VALUE-DRIVEN APPROACH TO ‘DIGITAL SOVEREIGNTY’

Written by Oskar J Gstrein The Internet has been labelled as an independent and universal space throughout the 1990s and until today many believe it should be run by a special set of rules. Concrete examples include cryptocurrencies (e.g. Bitcoin, […]

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