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7 organizations join the Alliance for Encryption in Latin America and the Caribbean

AC LAC welcomes each of these organizations, coming from various sectors and countries in the region.

Tuesday 30th  November, 2021.Accepting the fundamental principles and values of the Alliance for Encryption in Latin America and the Caribbean is one of the requirements to join, followed by an expression of interest.

This is how Pridat Foundation (Costa Rica), Instituto para la Sociedad de la Información y Cuarta Revolución Industrial ISICRI (Peru), Criptolatin- LAtin American Criptographers (Regional), Centro de Autonomía Digital (Ecuador), Colnodo (Colombia), TEDIC (Paraguay) e IDICAM (Chile), became part of the AC LAC.

The Alliance warmly welcomes the 7 new members, hoping to collaborate together, from now on, in regional capacities and knowledge building  based on encryption and in its preservation to generate trust and security on Internet’s critical infrastructure, its applications and services, and as a guarantor of human and fundamental rights for all people

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