Kick-Off CarPIF Forum

Posted on July 7, 2017

Philipsburg – the third annual Caribbean Peering Forum (CarPIF) under the theme “Expanding the Caribbean Internet” will kick-off on may 5th 2017 at the Sonesta Maho Beach Resort at 8.30am.

Cyber Security: Awareness - Priority No.1 - By Deon Olton, Cyber Security Specialist

Press Release - Bureau Telecommunications and Post Posted on June 19, 2017

The penetration of internet access in the Caribbean region has undoubtedly paved the way for greater access to the information superhighway and the benefits of competing on the global stage. However, with this access comes great responsibility and risk and we will soon learn that ignorance is no excuse and what we don’t know can and will hurt us.

Cyber Security: “Can Caribbean Governments defend theirs borders Alone?” - By: Deon Olton BSc . CEH

Press Release - Bureau Telecommunications and Post Posted on May 9, 2017

The dangers of cyber threats in the Caribbean continue to evolve and spike at a rate never seen before. As the telecoms providers in the Caribbean seek opportunities to increase their revenues through increase internet penetration across the region risks mushrooms. The risks are further compounded as societies transcend geographical and physical borders, and real-time communication and business transactions are rapidly becoming an everyday staple.

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