Tag: Cybercrime

Gov’t remains committed to improving country’s cyber resilience – Prime Minister

Gov’t remains committed to improving country’s cyber resilience – Prime Minister

- November 23, 2022

The Government of Guyana (GOG) has reaffirmed its commitment to making and supporting investments that will improve the country’s resilience ... Read More

55 per cent Guyanese women exposed to violence – Minister Persaud

55 per cent Guyanese women exposed to violence – Minister Persaud

- November 30, 2021

Minister of Human Services and Social Security, Dr. Vindhya Persaud on Tuesday reported that an alarming 55 per cent of ... Read More

Bolstering Racial Hostility Act, stronger penalties discussed at inaugural Presidents’ engagement

Bolstering Racial Hostility Act, stronger penalties discussed at inaugural Presidents’ engagement

- December 15, 2020

His Excellency Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali said one of the key issues discussed during today's engagement with the former Presidents was ... Read More

Boosting cybersecurity

Boosting cybersecurity

- July 2, 2019

– consultation for development of National Cybersecurity Strategy begins DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, July 2, 2019 Guyana, as a rapidly developing ... Read More

GPF ranks to participate in Cybercrime Investigative Course

GPF ranks to participate in Cybercrime Investigative Course

- August 6, 2018

─ capacity of Guyana Police Force to be enhanced DPI, Guyana, Monday, August 6, 2018 Two ranks of the Guyana ... Read More

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