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Date:27/07/16

Electronic Security Centre becomes a member of international organisation

The Electronic Security Centre under the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies has become a member of the Cybersecurity Alliance for Mutual Progress (CAMP) operating in South Korea.  
   
CAMP is a global platform committed to ensuring a safer cybersecurity environment through the development of international partnership in this area.
 
The Alliance was created with the aim of ensuring the security of developing countries in cyberspace by establishing close cooperation with these countries in this field.    
 
At the same time, CAMP renders necessary methodological assistance to its members on cyber security issues.
 
A membership with this international organisation will enable our country to keep track of the latest cybersecurity trends and to obtain reports and information on cyber threats on a regular basis.                  
 
 
 




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