Ministry of Social Development and Human Security and AIS Collaborate to Build Cyber-Savvy Citizens. The Aunjai Cyber syllabus is ready to be delivered to all MSDHS Personnel and Thai People of All Ages.

Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS), in collaboration with AIS and partners including the Department of Mental Health, Ministry of Public Health, and King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, is taking a sustainable approach to address cybersecurity challenges. They're doing this by equipping both MSDHS personnel and the general public of all ages with digital intelligence skills through "Aunjai Cyber Syllabus" to MSDHS personnel and Thai People of all ages. This initiative aims to empower Thais to become responsible digital citizens who can navigate online environments accurately and securely. By increasing awareness and understanding of cyber threats, the project seeks to elevate the digital wellness of the Thai people, ensuring they can stay informed and protected online.

Mr. Varawut Silpa-archa, Minister of Social Development and Human Security stated, “Cybercrimes poses a significant threat, causing substantial harm to society. Addressing this urgent issue requires collaboration across all sectors. The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS), committed to improving the quality of life and security for Thai citizens, actively fosters cooperation to equip the public with essential digital skills for safe online interaction.. This collaboration with AIS see the “Aunjai Cyber Syllabus” being delivered to over 11,000 MSDHS personnel, enhancing their digital skills and preparing them to share this knowledge with the public. Ultimately, this initiative aims to empower everyone to use the internet safely and avoid online threats.”

Mr. Somchai Lertsutiwong, Chief Executive officer AIS stated, " As a leading digital service provider, AIS goes beyond building a robust infrastructure for Thailand. We are committed to sustainable development, and that includes prioritizing the elevation of digital skills for Thais. We firmly believe that empowering individuals with knowledge is the key to combating cyber threats effectively.

We have developed learning programs like the "Aunjai Cyber Syllabus" to empower Thais with crucial digital skills. Its core content revolves around the 4Ps: Practice: Developing responsible and proficient digital technology use. Personality: Safeguarding online privacy and protecting personal information. Protection: Understanding and mitigating cyber threats to ensure online safety. Participation: Fostering respectful and responsible communication and behavior online. Through collaborations with diverse public and private partners, the "Aunjai Cyber Syllabus" has expanded its reach, benefiting educators, students, and the public. To date, over 320,000 Thai citizens have accessed and benefitted from this valuable learning program.

“We're proud to announce another significant collaboration with a key government agency dedicated to improving people's lives and security: the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS).

"This collaboration is another significant partnership with a government agency that plays a crucial role in improving people's lives and security: the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security. This partnership sees us delivering the "Aunjai Cyber Syllabus" to MSDHS personnel. By equipping them with essential digital skills and cybersecurity knowledge, they can then effectively disseminate this information to the Thai public.” concluded Mr. Somchai.

Our collaborative effort ensures the "Aunjai Cyber Syllabus" content is meticulously adjusted to meet the essential digital citizen skills of each learner group. For example, the course specifically incorporates enhanced knowledge of the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) for organizational workforces, exceeding the content offered in the public course.

Learners can access the " Aunjai Cyber Syllabus" course at, the "Aunjai CYBER" application,,, and the Gold by DOP application.