A man delivers a computer payload while working on a laptop on January 22, 2019 in Lille, during the 11th International Cybersecurity Forum. Photo: AFP A man delivers a computer payload while working on a laptop on January 22, 2019 in Lille, during the 11th International Cybersecurity Forum. Photo: AFP
A man delivers a computer payload while working on a laptop on January 22, 2019 in Lille, during the 11th International Cybersecurity Forum. Photo: AFP
Mamello Thinyane
Opinion

Opinion

Mamello Thinyane and Debora Irene Christine

Cyber resilience in the time of Covid-19 and beyond

  • Cyber resilience is a whole-of-society agenda that goes beyond just protecting critical information infrastructure
  • Resources and avenues for individuals and civil society organisations to perform the duty of active cyber resilience agents are limited

A man delivers a computer payload while working on a laptop on January 22, 2019 in Lille, during the 11th International Cybersecurity Forum. Photo: AFP A man delivers a computer payload while working on a laptop on January 22, 2019 in Lille, during the 11th International Cybersecurity Forum. Photo: AFP
A man delivers a computer payload while working on a laptop on January 22, 2019 in Lille, during the 11th International Cybersecurity Forum. Photo: AFP
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Mamello Thinyane

Mamello Thinyane

Mamello Thinyane is a principal research fellow at the United Nations University - Institute in Macau. He leads research on data and sustainable development and on smart citizen cyber resilience.

Debora Irene Christine

Debora Irene Christine

Debora is a research assistant at the United Nations University - Institute in Macau. Her primary interests are on the nexus of development, media, ICTs, inequality and social exclusion, and the construction of knowledge.