[en] Wireless communications are increasingly vulnera-ble to simultaneous jamming and eavesdropping attacks due tothe inherent broadcast nature of wireless channels. With thisfocus, due to the potential of reconfigurable intelligent surface(RIS) in substantially saving power consumption and boostinginformation security, this paper is the first work to investigate theeffect of the RIS-assisted wireless transmitter in improving boththe spectrum efficiency and the security of multi-user cellularnetwork. Specifically, with the imperfect angular channel stateinformation (CSI), we aim to address the worst-case sum ratemaximization problem by jointly designing the receive decoder atthe users, both the digital precoder and the artificial noise (AN)at the base station (BS), and the analog precoder at the RIS, whilemeeting the minimum achievable rate constraint, the maximumwiretap rate requirement, and the maximum power constraint.To address the non-convexity of the formulated problem, we firstpropose an alternative optimization (AO) method to obtain anefficient solution. In particular, a heuristic scheme is proposedto convert the imperfect angular CSI into a robust one andfacilitate the developing a closed-form solution to the receivedecoder. Then, after reformulating the original problem into atractable one by exploiting the majorization-minimization (MM)method, the digital precoder and AN can be addressed by thequadratically constrained quadratic programming (QCQP), andthe RIS-aided analog precoder is solved by the proposed pricemechanism-based Riemannian manifold optimization (RMO).To further reduce the computational complexity of the pro-posed AO method and gain more insights, we develop a low-complexity monotonic optimization algorithm combined with thedual method (MO-dual) to identify the closed-form solution.Numerical simulations using realistic RIS and communicationmodels demonstrate the superiority and validity of our proposedschemes over the existing benchmark schemes.