From: Caribbean Journal
By the Caribbean Journal staff
The Organization of American States will be sending a technical assistance mission to Colombia on cyber security, the regional organization announced.
The mission, which will include more than a dozen international experts, is coming to the country at the request of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.
The OAS said the regional institution was “very pleased to continue supporting the development of Colombia’s capabilities in this area, and in this regard and responding to the request by the Presidency of Colombia, contributing with this committee of international experts to strengthen the country’s cyber security and cyber defense, as well as providing ideas for the legislative and institutional framework of Colombia in the matter.”
Countries including Canada, Spain, the United States, Estonia, South Korea, Israel, the United Kingdom, the Dominican Republic, and Uruguay have been invited to join the committee.