Jamaicans Urged to Protect Online Presence

Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Science and Technology, Wahkeen Murray (right), is in discussion with Head, Counter-Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch, Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Fitz Bailey (second left) during the launch of Cybersecurity Awareness Month at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston on September 27. Others (from left) are Director of Public Prosecutions, Paula Llewellyn; and Head, Jamaica Cyber Incident Response Team, Dr. Moniphia Hewling.

Individuals and companies are being encouraged to exercise greater care in managing and protecting their online presence. The call was made by Acting Permanent Secretary …

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