CARICOM, USAID launch Cyber Resilience Strategy 2030 Project

The Guyana-based CARICOM Secretariat and the United States Agency for International Development have launched a Cyber Resilience Strategy 2030 Project to enhance cybersecurity capacity across the 15-member regional grouping.

CARICOM Assistant Secretary-General, Joseph Cox says the cyber-resilience strategy is crucial for the security and stability of CARICOM Small Island Developing States due to their vulnerability to cyber threats and natural disasters.

He said SIDS often have limited resources and capabilities to combat cyberattacks, making them more susceptible to disruptions in critical infrastructure, such as water and electricity, financial systems, and essential services.

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