The Jakarta Post: In conversation with Mastercard on how they’re driving digital financial inclusion

The Global Cyber Alliance is proud to be part of the Mastercard Academy 2.0 program that is helping to drive digital financial inclusion across Indonesia.

Through the GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit for Small Business, micro and small businesses in Indonesia are being equipped with the cybersecurity tools, capability, and resilience that will help them to thrive in the growing digital economy.

Working in partnership with Mercy Corps Indonesia, GCA has translated and adapted the toolkit, training materials, and handbook to ensure appropriateness and relevance for micro and small business owners within the Indonesian digital economic landscape.

The Toolkit is available via the Mercy Corps’ MicroMentor digital platform.

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The GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit for Small Business was launched in February 2019. It is available in English, Bahasa, French, German, and Spanish. It has also been contextualized for use by financial institutions and mission-based organizations. GCA has launched toolkits specifically for journalists and election officials as well.
The original press release ‘GCA Partners with Mastercard and Mercy Corps Indonesia to Make Cybersecurity Accessible for Indonesian Small Businesses’ is accessible here.