2020 Review

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Cyber4Dev has had a momentous year and we are delighted that despite international travel restrictions that have been in place since March, our team of Cyber and Development Experts have continued to be able to support our growing network of partnership countries.

Over the past year, have have developed both the breadth and depth of our delivery, with the addition of 5 new priority countries which are

The Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Lao PDR, Cambodia and Ecuador

In addition to this, we have been able to support the development of 19 National Cyber Security Strategies across our priority and associate countries.

We launched our comprehensive prospectus of 29 training courses for our partner countries, which cover our three strategic areas of expertise. You can view our prospectus online here

Our cyber and development experts delivered training to over 5,000 individuals from 50 countries. To achieve this, we have worked collaboratively with partners in region, including OAS and EU Delegations in their respective countries.

2020 has seen an increase in cyber attacks and the demand for impactful pubic information campaigns has also increased. In addition to technical and strategic policy making support, our team supported the design and implementation of impactful Public Awareness campaigns in Sri Lanka (Cyber Security Week) and in Botswana’s CyberSmartBW campaign as well as supporting efforts in our new priority countries.

Our team looks forward to working evermore closely with our partner countries in 2021 as we seek to build a more cyber resilient world.