Summary

The Bahamas National Cybersecurity Project, started in January 2021 and officially launched in February at national level. It aims to help assess current Bahamian capabilities in this rapidly evolving field, as well as develop its National Cybersecurity Strategy.

Key project objectives include a National CIRT Readiness Assessment, a Cybersecurity Capacity Maturity Model (CMM), a National Cybersecurity Strategy and Action Plan, and all necessary capacity building and service upgrades to activate the national CIRT.

The project will also support the development of related national cybersecurity platforms, including a national public key infrastructure (PKI), e-government services (including national identity services), and an access management framework.

 

Read more here: https://www.itu.int/en/myitu/News/2021/03/25/17/15/Bahamas-cybersecurity-capacity-building-new-CIRT


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