Indonesia’s temporary national data center in Surabaya, East Java has been compromised in a cyberattack since June 20, disrupting services across hundreds of national and local agencies. The Jakarta Post wrote that state-owned communication company PT Telkom Indonesia (TLKM) reported that 282 databases belonging to central and regional administrations linked to the temporary data center in Surabaya were still affected by the breach as of last Tuesday, according to press release from Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (Kominfo). Bear in mind that Telkom’s subsidiary Telkomsigma operates the Surabaya facility, where data recovery processes are ongoing.To subscribe please click here