The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (DES) reported monitoring efforts with the NBTC, telecommunication service providers, police officers, and other stakeholders for tackling online crime.
Service providers in Thailand will soon need to comply with Electronic Data Delivery requirement standards and information security control procedures for electronic data transmission services as the country is looking to better secure its data landscape.
To achieve a more digitally-aware and trained society, Thailand continues to hold Digital Citizen Trainer generation 2 which aims to help spread information to a larger target audience of all genders and ages.
The Thailand Ministry DES revealed that they had accelerated the implementation of numerous critical initiatives for the benefit of the citizens during the last year including the Government Central Cloud Service System.
The government is exploring criteria, mechanisms and regulatory measures to develop personal data protection platforms in compliance with personal data protection laws.
The framework will help promote integration and collaboration among all sectors for Digital ID implementation and the country aims to simplify one Digital ID identity for seamless access to multiple digital services.
The online cyber threat literacy workshop is part of Thailand's continuous effort against the rise of online financial threats and scams after the country ETDA reported an increase in cyber crime in 2022
Thailand is looking to empower its farmers through 5G utilisation in innovative agriculture projects to enhance their income, reduce poverty, ensure sustainable practices and create long-term career opportunities in the sector.
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