CARICOM should implement an umbrella data protection law

A group of data protection professionals are calling for the establishment of a CARICOM-sanctioned umbrella legislation that could effectively create a standard operating procedure for all its members. Cloud Carib said Latin America’s focus on data protection has come partially in response to international reports of sophisticated cyberattacks which have targeted Caribbean-based companies. In the past two months alone, Massy Group and Aeropost have fallen victim to breaches that resulted in the leak of sensitive customer data. The Bahamas and Trinidad & Tobago have led the way in that regard.


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