Thursday, September 21, 2017

OTA Report: Security And Privacy, Enhancing Best Practices

To maximize consumer trust and brand protection, organizations need to focus their efforts in the three pillars of online safety: (1) Security, (2) Privacy, and (3) Brand Protection. Organizations looking at these areas holistically are best equipped in protecting themselves and customers from a significant incident. With the onslaught of cybercrime and hactivism, it is no longer "optional" to deploy adequate controls and implement best practices...

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[PRESS RELEASE] “Rapid ICT Reform Needed For Robust Economic Growth” – JITSA

“… ICT can lead Jamaica to prosperity” – Eyre

The Jamaica Information Technology and Services Alliance (JITSA) is today calling for rapid ICT reform to be at the forefront of economic recovery, to ensure that Jamaica sees robust and sustainable economic growth.

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IT professionals urged to take advantage of Logistics Hub opportunities

March-MM and Open-forum pic1Having established the significant role that Information Communication Technology (ICT) must play in the Jamaica Logistics Hub, several industry stakeholders are encouraging IT professionals to be prepared to take advantage of the ICT related opportunities.

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JITSA and JCS

The Jamaica Information Technology Services Alliance (JITSA) has been formally launched and is up and running with executive and working group meetings as well, with regularly schedule meetings for member forums. This recent addition to the ICT landscape and ecosystem has been heralded are timely and necessary. Concomitantly , there is the question “What about the JCS?”

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ISO 27001 Symposium

ncbjThere is an increase in cyber attacks on financial institutions worldwide. Banks have been losing millions to cybercriminals who are often not prosecuted. While the Government of Jamaica is proposing tougher laws to deal with computer related criminal activities it is crucial that financial institutions protect their own information and the intellectual properties of their clients..

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Bits & Bytes - Electronic Magazine

For years, the JCS has published a magazine, Bits & Bytes, for ICT professionals in Jamaica, covering topical issues, technical and professional developmental pieces, highlighting developments in the industry. This year we continue the tradition with our commemorative 40th anniversary publication of Bits & Bytes.

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