Indonesia's Personal Data Protection Law: Essential Steps for Businesses

Webinar | Tuesday, April 30th | 3:00 PM Jakarta / 4:00 PM China / 10:00 AM CET

Apr 30, 2024

With a population reaching almost 300 million individuals, the Indonesian government is committed to safeguarding the personal information of its citizens through its Law No. 27 of 2022. This legislation aims to uphold individuals’ rights in society concerning the processing of both their electronic and non-electronic data.

The Personal Data Protection (PDP) law, which mandates compliance no later than October 16, 2024, applies universally to individuals, companies, public agencies, and international organizations operating within or outside Indonesia’s jurisdiction who collect personal data (such as their names, age, citizenship, biometric, health, and financial information) from Indonesian citizens.

It is crucial for businesses affected by this legislation to adhere to the stipulated deadline as failure to comply or violations of the PDP Law can incur substantial criminal fines of up to IDR 60,000,000,000 (USD 4 Million), administrative fines of up to 2% of annual revenue, suspension of business activities, or imprisonment.

Join us for an insightful webinar by Hardy Salim, Assistant Manager of Business Advisory unit, as he discusses actionable guidance on achieving compliance and implementing effective data privacy practices.  

Key topics covered in the webinar:

  1. Overview of Indonesia Personal Data Protection Law
  2. Obligations for Impacted Companies in Indonesia
  3. Understanding potential sanctions and penalties for non-compliance
  4. Exploring effective data privacy management practices
  5. Q&A

This webinar is free of charge.

For any inquiry about the event, please contact Sahnaz Bustomi



Webinar | Tuesday, April 30th | 3:00 PM Jakarta / 4:00 PM China / 10:00 AM CET

  • Hardy Salim

    Assistant Manager, Business Advisory Services

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