Using P3s to Build Cybersecurity Capacity in Latin America and the Caribbean


In Latin America and the Caribbean, cyber threats are rapidly outpacing the region’s ability to mitigate the anticipated growth in cyber-attacks. At the same time, the region is experiencing a shortage of trained information security professionals available to answer the call and there are existing limitations in cybersecurity training and education. To that end, public private partnerships (P3s), similar to the one developed by Florida International University and the Organization of American States, can help improve the region’s capacity to deal with cyber threats in the 21st century.

The first Group of participants in the Executive Certificate in Cybersecurity Leadership and Strategy programme to cultivate cyber talents in Latin America and the Caribbean.