DICT requires government agencies with citizen-facing applications to attend cybersecurity training

As announced by the Department
of Information and Communications Technology
(DICT), cybersecurity training is
required for government organisations with citizen-facing applications to
maximise the protection on government applications and databases.

12 sessions of cybersecurity training
started on 19 May 2018 to maximise the protection on government applications
and databases. The DICT will run the security training sessions until 18 August
2018. These sessions will be held at the audio-Visual Room of the DICT Building
in Diliman, Quezon City from 9 am to 1 pm.

Participation is required in the
training programme for government organisations with citizen-facing
applications to protect and secure their systems before they are allowed to
integrate with GOV.PH or the National
Government Portal
(NGP).

GOV.PH is the planned single portal for
the whole of government. It is envisioned as a one-stop gateway uniting all
web-based government content to maximise efficiency and provide rapid, high
quality

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