The change in the era from manual to digitalization has an impact in every country, including Indonesia. In the last decade, Indonesia has experienced a boom in the digitalization era, which is marked by many aspects of digitalization in various government sectors. This makes the Indonesian people dependent on information and communication technology (ICT). Digitization among the public can encourage business actors and public services to follow the trends that occur so that it can be seen that more and more parties are connected to the internet. The Indonesian government sector and government-owned enterprises (BUMN) continue to develop public services that lead to digitalization. The development of the digital world can create vulnerabilities in national infrastructure. This can be minimized by using the concept of an Electronic-Based Government System (SPBE) and the Six-Ware Cyber Security Framework (SWCSF). The purpose of this paper is to assess the effectiveness of the SPBE and SWCSF concepts that have been used by several Indonesian government agencies.