SYNERGY OF THE NATIONAL POLICE IN BUILDING COOPERATION WITH THE BANKING SECTOR TO INCREASE DISCLOSURE OF SOCIAL ENGINEERING CASES IN THE JURISDICTION OF THE CIMAHI POLICE STATION
Information technology is developing rapidly along with the progress of community development, so it is difficult to avoid it. IT is any technology that allows humans to create, transform, store, communicate, and disseminate information. Unfortunately, not everyone uses the internet for a good cause. Many people use social networks to commit crimes, such as cybercrime in the form of social engineering or other forms of crime, especially in the jurisdiction of Cimahi Police Station. Therefore, synergy of the National Police is needed in building cooperation with the banking sector to increase the disclosure of social engineering cases in the jurisdiction of the Cimahi Police Station. The theories used include Organizational Synergy Theory, Interorganization Theory, Organization Communication Theory, Organization Behavior Theory, and Strategic Management Theory. This research method is carried out through a skin approach, with data collection techniques through interviews, observation, and data documentation. The results showed that cooperation between the National Police and the banking sector in combating social engineering cases is very important because this crime involves social manipulation to steal sensitive information. The National Police must actively communicate, provide resources, and share information with the banking sector. Public education and strong law enforcement are also important to raise awareness about social engineering risks. This cooperation faces obstacles such as data security issues, privacy regulations, differences in priorities, and costs. To overcome this, a commitment to data security, compliance with privacy regulations, education, and training is required. Transparency, strategic partnerships, maintaining confidentiality, understanding mutual benefits, leadership support, periodic evaluations, and cooperation with third parties where needed are steps that can help overcome these obstacles. Implementation strategies that can enhance the synergy and effectiveness of cooperation include the formation of special teams, regular information exchanges, joint training, efficient reporting systems, joint protocol development, and provision of additional resources, public education campaigns, and use of security technology, cooperation with relevant security agencies, and periodic evaluation and monitoring.
Social Engineering, Banking Sector, Synergy.