Cybersecurity project implementation for resources protection: A case study of the National Narcotics Board

A. C. Nugraha, A. N. Hidayanto, H. S. Indriany, H. Kurniati, B. M.A. Firdaus, Bastara

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Abstract

Cybersecurity is currently being used by government organizations in protecting their resources such as data and assets as well as avoiding catastrophic pollution and the failure of key infrastructure that can harm human health and environment. The increasingly modus operandi of modern drug crime syndicates which utilizing technology to attack the network of the National Narcotics Board (NNB) is a threat and vulnerability for NNB, so NNB must make efforts to mitigate the risk. Research on the implementation of cybersecurity projects at the National Narcotics Board aims to explore information related to the implementation of cybersecurity projects in securing and defending data and information networks at NNB. The research method used is a descriptive approach with qualitative methods through semi-structured interviews and observation. This cybersecurity project provides benefits for data and information protection at NNB, through a cybersecurity monitoring system assisting NNB in monitoring cyber traffic conditions in real-time. From this study, it was found that the factors influencing the implementation of cybersecurity projects that were mapped to critical success factors for information technology projects, namely involvement and effective communication, capability and motivation of the team, capability, and leadership of the project manager, requirements management, clear project objectives, and top-level management support levels.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012061
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Volume969
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Feb 2022
Event10th Engineering International Conference, EIC 2021 - Semarang, Virtual, Indonesia
Duration: 23 Sep 2021 → …

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