Huawei Indonesia recently renewed its memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cyber security cooperation with Indonesia's highest cyber security body National Cyber and Crypto Agency of the Republic of Indonesia (BSSN).
Huawei Indonesia and BSSN sealed off a new, tripartite cooperation agreement with Institut Teknologi Del.
The signing ceremony was witnessed by General (retd) Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, coordinating minister for maritime affairs and investment of Indonesia (Marves), Ren Zhengfei, CEO and founder of Huawei, Jeffery Liu, president of Huawei Asia-Pacific, and Jacky Chen, CEO of Huawei Indonesia.
Luhut said, "I am sure Huawei can make a significant contribution to Indonesia's green development and smart future. In the next few years, the digital property will be one of the most valuable assets in the next generation."
"Indonesia is a beautiful and great nation, boasting long coastal lines, a wealth of natural resources, and a wide variety of agricultural produce," Ren said. "Besides representing a large, untapped market for Indonesian exports, China also has a few examples of using technology to improve vital operations."
Started with an office of five employees 21 years ago, Huawei Indonesia has grown to have over 2,000 employees, of whom 90 per cent are locals, according to a media statement.