'Tech'ing Charge of Future
Separator

'Tech'ing Charge of Future

Separator

According to a report by cybersecurity firm CloudSek, India, US, Indonesia, and China accounted for 45 percent of total cyberattacks on government agencies worldwide in the second half of 2022, to say nothing of the attacks in the corporate realm. Particularly in Indonesia, the situation isn’t pleasing.

The country is ranked first in Southeast Asia and 60th in the world regarding the dangers posed by Internet surfing. In the first quarter of 2022, Indonesia faced over 11.8 million cyberattacks. It’s alarming pain point for CEO across the business realm of the country, especially when they push toward digital transformation.

In truth, in the aftermath of the hybrid work culture and the dynamically grown technology landscape, corporate organizations already have their hands full. Traditional business strategies have become a risky affair, to say the least. To make things more challenging, the room for error in branding & marketing in the digital age is almost nix. Given the power of the online world and social media, a small overlook can cause grave dangers to your brand.

The pressure is mounting up on businesses. Every business leader must understand that helping hands from subject matter experts have become almost inevitable to ensure business continuity. Making the right decisions at the right time is paramount. In this issue, we explore some of the interesting stories from Indonesia’s business landscape and leadership scenario. We have curated a list of exemplary leaders who have set benchmarks in embracing the new world and new business ways, clutching their unparalleled business virtue, forward-thinking, and meticulous planning.

Current Issue