Santo Domingo.- To implement a 2030 Digital Agenda in the country, the governments of the Dominican Republic and the United States announced an open, secure and reliable Internet project.
To implement the initiative, the governments of both nations signed a joint declaration in which they commit to permanently cooperate to face shared threats in cyberspace.
The training for the implementation of the 2030 Digital Agenda was sponsored by the Embassy of the United States in Santo Domingo and included the participation of the main people responsible for cyber policy and the critical infrastructure sectors of the Dominican Government.
The United States will support the Dominican Republic’s efforts to expand its cyber incident response capabilities across government agencies, improve processes for cyber policy-making and interagency coordination, and increase security awareness. cyber as a national security, economic, and foreign policy strategy.
They also pledged to continue supporting ongoing regional efforts within the Organization of American States (OAS) to build regional capacity in this area and promote security, stability, and prosperity in cyberspace.