The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), in partnership with Huawei Philippines, successfully hosted six “Emerging Technologies Workshops” for government employees this year.
More than 700 government employees from the DICT and various agencies participated in the webinars. The six workshops on emerging technologies were held from June to November, covering topics like 5G, digital economy, artificial intelligence and big data, cloud computing, and cybersecurity.
The last Emerging Technology Workshop for this year discussed the “Global Cyber Security Challenges and Governance Standards Introduction.”
“Cybersecurity breaches affect us directly as individuals, as organizations, as a nation, and as a global community,” said Assistant Secretary Alvin Navarro. “Our personal accounts are hacked, and we can lose our identity and privacy. More than ever, understanding cyber threats and risks should be one of our priorities. And necessarily, the imperatives of cybersecurity should lead us to adopt and adhere to government standards. “
Navarro said that he is confident that the participants will leave the workshops with a better understanding of what needs to be done toward a digitally secure world.
Daniel Guo, VP of Huawei Philippines, congratulated and expressed gratitude to DICT for mounting a very successful training series. He emphasized that Huawei aspires to deliver digital to every person, home, and organization for a fully connected and intelligent world, and is contributing to the local ICT talent development in the Philippines.
As part of the culminating activity, DICT presented a certificate of appreciation to Huawei Philippines and commended the Huawei team for successfully hosting the event and sharing their technical knowledge and use cases in Asia and around the world. The certificate was presented by Atty. Emily Manuel on behalf of DICT.
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