Ministry of Information Department of Information and Public Relations held on 13.6.2022 at the Nay Pyi Taw Council office courtyard, the Ministry of Transport and Communications taught the subject of information technology in the officer capacity building course (2/2022). Department of Information Technology and Cyber Security; It was learned that a total of (22) trainees from the regions/states, deputy directors (in charge) and assistant directors, attended the discussion held by the director of the National Cyber Security Center, U Ye Nai Moe.
In the course, the director of the National Cyber Security Center, U Ye Naing Moe, talked about the usefulness and importance of information technology today. government organizations services; Health The importance of ICT in various sectors such as education was discussed first. then global ICT use; comparing the use of ICT in the 20th century industrial age and the use of ICT in the information age; The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has delivered indicators measuring the ICT development of member countries and (CLMV) the status of ICT development of countries.
Next, the role and involvement of ICT in the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) established by the United Nations in 2015. The essential importance of ICT and cyber security in implementing e-Government; In the 2020 United Nations e-Government survey, the inclusion of ICT in the nine pillars that mainly measure digital government transformation and the state of Myanmar’s e-Government development were clarified.
Then various forms of attacks that threaten global cyber security and the attacks on cyber security that are currently found in Myanmar. Importance of cyber security to prevent misuse of ICT and cyber security attacks; Best practices to follow to prevent cyber security attacks; The Global Cyber Security Index, which measures the level of cyber security by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), discussed topics such as Myanmar’s current situation and ICT-related legal regulations currently in force in Myanmar.
AR & VR, which will be used in the (4th) industrial revolution that has started in the 21st century, IoT; Big Data It is learned that the application of ICT in new technologies such as AI and Blockchain and the challenges and recommendations to be faced in the (4th) industrial revolution were discussed.