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Security, Privacy and Trust, Major Challenges in ICTs - Eng. Kilaba

DESPITE fast advancement and multiple benefits of Information Telecommunication Technologies (ICTs), issues of Security, Privacy and Trust remain major concern both at National and Global levels. 

Addressing the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (WTSA-16) in Jasmine Hammamet, Tunisia recently at the Global Standardization Symposium, the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) Director General Engineer James Kilaba (pictured right) said emerging technologies in ICTs play a central role on security (Networks, systems, devices, data and Users), privacy (data and Users) and trust(Networks, systems, devices, data and Users). 


“At any ICTs discussion platforms like this, we normally don’t miss talking about ICTs related Services, Devices, Growth, subscriptions or Users, Network and Signal coverage and even revenues. Today, we are discussing the impact of emerging technologies on security, privacy and trust in ICTs” the TCRA DG told the WTS Assembly. 



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