Thailand’s cyber security proposal approved hinh anh 1A man is silhouetted onto an electronic screen displaying prohibited website in Bangkok, Thailand (Source: Reuters)
Bangkok (NNT/VNA) - The Thai Ministry of a Digital Economy and Society (MDES) has disclosed that the 18th ASEAN Telecommunication and Information Technology Ministers Meeting (TELMIN) recently approved Thailand’s proposal related to cyber security. 

Digital Economy and Society Minister Pichet Durongkhaweroj said that the ICT Ministers from 10 ASEAN member countries had exchanged views and visions to identify key challenges, and emphasised the need to boost collaboration within ASEAN. 

The MDES presented key issues and challenges to the 18th TELMIN. They include cyber security, connectivity and mobility, smart city issues, the digital economy, manpower and society.

The 18th TELMIN approved Thailand’s proposal and assigned senior officials to consider it in order to prepare an action plan, he said.

The meeting took place in Bali, Indonesia on December 5-6.-NNT/VNA