This paper provides a brief overview of the cybersecurity threats and risks posed to critical infrastructure and essential services by the increasing digitization of the world. Additionally, this paper advocates for the widespread adoption of cybersecurity policies, laws, and regulations in The Caribbean to safeguard against devastating disruptions to critical infrastructure and essential services. To effectively safeguard the burgeoning digital economy, Caribbean policymakers and regulators must educate themselves on the positive and negative implications of technologies such as the Internet of Things (“IoT”) and edge-computing. Lastly, this paper proposes multi-stakeholder collaboration amongst Caribbean stakeholders to combat cybercrime and highlights action points for each stakeholder in this regard.Download
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