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CARICOM Secretariat Announces Temporary Shutdown Due to Security Breach

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Mazhar Abbas
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CARICOM Secretariat Announces Temporary Shutdown Due to Security Breach

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat has made a public announcement regarding a breach in its online applications. The security issue has led to the temporary suspension of the Secretariat's website and other digital applications. While the online portals remain offline until further notice, the Secretariat reassures that both telephone and email communication channels remain functional.

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Continued Operations Amidst Security Breach

In light of the breach, the Secretariat has emphasized that members of the public can still reach out via telephone at (592) 222-0001 or email at registry@caricom.org. Despite the interruption of online services, the Secretariat continues to function and remains accessible via these alternative communication channels.

Other Updates from the CARICOM Secretariat

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In addition to the security breach announcement, the Secretariat has shared other important updates. A series of training sessions on the Regional Labour Market Information System (LMIS) for National Data Managers from member states have been scheduled for September 27-28 and October 4-5, 2022.

Furthermore, the Secretariat has officially responded to a media article about the programming of regional resources from the European Union. The Secretariat categorically denied any delay in the process being caused by their action.

Leadership Changes and Other Notices

The CARICOM Secretariat also acknowledged the recent leadership change, noting the assumption of the CARICOM Chairmanship by Hon. Roosevelt Skerritt, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, from January 1 to June 30, 2010. Additionally, a copyright notice from Dominica News Online and a disclaimer about comments moderation were part of the content shared by the Secretariat.

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