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Cyber Security, Chamber of Telecommunications pledge to collaborate on cybersecurity regulations and compliance in telecommunications sector


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The Cyber Security Authority (CSA) has urged multinational firms operating in the country to continue to comply with the laws of the land in respect of the sovereignty of the Republic of Ghana.

This was the outcome of a deliberation between CSA and the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications to provide clarity on the Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) registration process and compliance with regulations on the licensing of Cybersecurity Service Providers (CSPs), accreditation of Cybersecurity Establishments (CEs) and Cybersecurity Professionals (CPs).

In his opening remarks, the Director General of the Cyber Security Authority, Dr. Albert Antwi-Boasiako said the move by the Authority in the exercise of its regulatory mandate, especially the development of the framework for which members are expected to share information as a requirement of the development of a legislative instrument (LI), would be backed by science and subsequently cater for the protection of Ghana’s CIIs.

He, therefore, assured the Chamber of the Authority’s readiness to engage stakeholders to address concerns, adding that the position of the law will not be compromised in the consultative process.

source: Theannouncergh.com