Heaptalk, Jakarta — The Indonesian Big Data Association (ABDI) presented a reward to Blibli for the company’s ability to implement an Information Security Management System (ISMS) to manage sensitive data in a series WebSummit DataGovAI 2021 systematically. Therefore, this platform was crowned as “Best Ecommerce Company with Data Governance/Security” on November 25th, 2021.
Kusumo Martanto, CEO & Co-Founder of Blibli, revealed his gratitude for the award, “We would like to thank ABDI for the award that has been presented. This reward is a memorable achievement for our entire team who has made Blibli the prominent e-commerce provider in implementing data governance and security,”
Furthermore, Kusomo also added, “the appreciation also turns into motivation for us to reinforce the company’s commitment to ensure data security sustainably. Hopefully, this award can inspire all parties in e-commerce to create a more robust and secure data protection ecosystem for the consumers’ convenience to shopping online-based,”
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The National Cyber and Crypto Agency (BSSN) reported more than 1 billion cyber interventions n Indonesia in October 2021. Blibli applied governance data that supports ISMS implementation and can reach the highest score of Information Security Index (KAMI) from BSSN in complying with the criteria related to governance, risk management, framework, asset management, and information security technology aspects.
On the other hand, this Indonesia’s e-commerce turns into the initial e-commerce to receive Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) certification from BSSN for its ability to demonstrate the maturity of the information security process. Likewise, Blibli also grows into early e-commerce to obtain the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification on Information Security Management Systems presented by the British Standard Institution. The accreditation indicates this platforms’ ability to implement numerous data security strategies, including technology architecture maturity and Application Security Interface (API) protection.
“Blibli will proceed with improving the company’s capabilities to carry out data protection to build an industry that provides a sense of security for customers. This action is a chapter of the company’s huge commitment to computing customers’ satisfaction,” said Kusumo in his closing statement (2/12).