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Spyware: why the booming surveillance tech industry is vulnerable to corruption and abuse

The world’s most sophisticated commercially available spyware may be being abused, according to an investigation by 17 media organisations in ten countries. Intelligence leaks and forensic phone analysis suggests the surveillance software, called Pegasus, has been used to target and spy on the phones of human rights activists, investigative journalists, politicians, researchers and academics.

Spyware: why the booming surveillance tech industry is vulnerable to corruption and abuse

Inside a ransomware attack: how dark webs of cybercriminals collaborate to pull one off

In their Carbis Bay communique, the G7 announced their intention to work together to tackle ransomware groups. Days later, US president Joe Biden met with Russian president Vladimir Putin, where an extradition process to bring Russian cybercriminals to justice in the US was discussed. Putin reportedly agreed in principle, but insisted that extradition be reciprocal. Time will tell if an extradition treaty can be reached. But if it is, who exactly should extradited – and what for?

Inside a ransomware attack: how dark webs of cybercriminals collaborate to pull one off

CARICOM Girls in ICT partnership holds virtual events for Girls in ICT Day 2021

(CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana - Tuesday, 20 April 2021)  -  Several agencies, as well as regional and international organisations operating in the Caribbean are collaborating to host events to observe Girls in ICT Day this year. The Day will be observed primarily virtually this year under the international theme ‘Connected Girls, Creating Brighter Futures.’

CARICOM Girls in ICT partnership holds virtual events for Girls in ICT Day 2021

CARICOM | Early childhood educators access training in distance learning through CARICOM, UNESCO, UWI – Open Campus collaboration

(CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana - Friday, 19 March 2021)  -  Teachers and educators in early childhood education from across the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) are involved in a four-week training workshop to improve their capacity to deliver high quality distance learning experiences for young children.

CARICOM | Early childhood educators access training in distance learning through CARICOM, UNESCO, UWI – Open Campus collaboration
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