Pacific economies, such as the Marshall Islands, are becoming more aware of their reliance on high-speed Internet for business and communication, especially when it goes down.
APNIC is assisting with developing and presenting a series of face-to-face workshops for law enforcement officers and investigators.
Guest Post: The Cook Islands is set to receive its first submarine cable — but which international connectivity option serves the island economy best?
2018 heralded the beginnings of two new national Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) in the region and growing interest from others.
APNIC’s Sunny Chendi participated at APT PRFP-11 in Apia, Samoa from 27 to 29 November 2018.
APNIC supported and participated at PacNOG 23 in the Marshall Islands from 3 to 7 December 2018.
Guest Post: It has always been a challenge to not only encourage women in the Pacific to pursue a career in the industry but also support their advancement to senior positions.
APNIC joined representatives from civil society, academia, the private sector, law and policy makers, and administrative agencies and officials for a 2.5 day dialogue on cybersecurity challenges in the Asia Pacific.
Guest Post: Satellite connectivity is still a necessity for many islands in the Pacific with new technologies making them more relevant.
As the incumbent telecommunications provider, OPT-NC has played a major role in deploying and servicing the nationwide fixed and mobile networks in New Caledonia.