The Internet Society is inviting applications for the online course "Shaping the Internet - History & Futures".
The e-Learning course will be delivered through our learning portal Inforum. This online course covers essential topics for effective interactions and relationships within the Internet ecosystem and key concepts and emerging issues in Internet governance.
The course will be delivered in English, Spanish and French. Below are the links to the applications.
1️⃣️ Miércoles 21/2 13:00 hs (UTC -3). Matriz de Controles de Seguridad en la Nube (CMM) 2️⃣️ Jueves 1/3 13:00 hs (UTC -3). ISO 27017 Controles de seguridad para servicios cloud. 3️⃣ Viernes 9/3 13:00 hs (UTC -3). ISO 27035 Gestión de incidentes de seguridad de la información
TED TALK: Blockchain is changing money and business.
> The BOJ's response
Yes, I've read the press release and heard the radio clip on Bank of Jamaica's position on cryptocurrencies. I have massive ...
The digital age has changed the way the world operates. Just about every industry imaginable has been affected by technology already. That includes how we use and exchange money, over the Internet. Wh...
The second annual Trinidad and Tobago Internet Governance Forum (TTIGF ; igf.tt/) will be held on Friday 26th January 2018 from 9am to 5pm at the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Columbus Circle, Westmoorings, Trinidad with online participation available for those unable to attend at the venue.
TTIGF 2018 is hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Multistakeholder Advisory Group (TTMAG - mag.tt), of which the Internet Society Trinidad and Tobago Chapter is a member.
The TTIGF 2018 agenda is available online which includes panel sessions on the following locally relevant Internet Governance issues:
Digital Financial Services (DFS)
Digital Financial Services (DFS) will focus on the current state of DFS in Trinidad and Tobago, what other services can be provided and how DFS can facilitate digital inclusion.
Zaf Rahaman – Owner & Founder, Forward Multimedia Glynis Alexander-Tam – General Manager, InfoLink Services Ltd Aldwyn Wayne – CEO, WiPay Shernon Osepa – Manager, Regional Affairs, Latin America & Caribbean Bureau, ISOC Rabindra Jaggernauth – Director, TTMAG (Moderator)
Gender Activism Online
Gender Activism Online will focus on the ways that the Internet is being used by local, regional and international activists to involve people in their campaigns, to share stories, to fund raise, and support their work in many other ways.
Jason Jones, Esquire – Human Rights Defender Ian Royer – Social Media Consultant, Anansi Tales Marketing Attilah Springer – Gender Activist Sue Ann Barratt – Lecturer, Institute for Gender and Development Studies, UWI Jacqueline Morris – Director, TTMAG (Moderator)
Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technology)
Blockchain or Distributed Ledger Technology, will focus on the importance of this technology, its applications, potential, and limits. Panelists will discuss the potential impact, both positive and negative, on our society as a whole.
Randall DeFreitas – Manager, Risk Assurance, EY Peter George, Chairman, Bitt Nigel Romano – CEO, JMMB Glenn McKnight – Director, ISOC Ajmal Nazir – Director, TTMAG (Moderator)
The TTIGF 2018 will also have an open forum session where all stakeholders (including online participants) can share comments, questions, solutions and best practices on internet governance locally, regionally and globally.
Planning to attend TTIGF in person or remotely?
If you plan to attend (in person or remotely), please register for the TTIGF event at igf.tt/register-ttigf2018 . Registration is FREE. There is no charge to attend TTIGF 2018 and there may be last minute cancellations by persons that registered. ... See MoreSee Less
January 26, 2018, 9:00am - January 26, 2018, 5:00pm
TTIGF 2018 will be held on Friday 26th January, 2018 at the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce, with online participation for those unable to attend at the venue.
If you'd like to a...