The Department of Information Technology and Telecom, in its efforts to help promote conducive and safer cyber environment for work and critical data, has commenced its advocacy program planned for the FY 2017-2018. The program aims at continually educating end users across the country in safe habits and good practices for basic cyber security. A team from the DITT is presently visiting Dzongkhags to spread awareness on ensuring safety in the cyberspace, recognizing risks and reacting to attacks and to advocate measures to proactively combat cyber threats, individually and collectively.
The first meeting of the Telecommunications and Broadband committee was held in MoIC mini-conference hall, which is inline with the Bhutan Telecommunications and Broadband Policy 2014. The member comprise of e-gov executive committee under e-gov governance structure, Telecom operators, ISPs and BICMA.
The Human Resource Division, Ministry of Information & Communications is pleased to re-announce the following vacancy for in-service civil servant which was publish on December 19, 2017.
Kindly visit the MOIC website for further details.
The Department of Information Technology and Telecom has been mandated to promote and developed ICT infrastructure across the country. Further several ICT initiatives were implemented and many are ongoing in effort to enhance a public service delivery and to promote good governance.
Officials from the Department is currently on tour to undertake joint focused education, communication and awareness campaigns so as to promote the optimal usage of available ICT infrastructure and applications.