During a meeting with Executive Director of Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) Parthapratim Deb, director of GCSCC
Professor Michael Goldsmith said the Cyber Security Capacity Maturity Model for Nations (CMM) developed by the GCSCC
has been deployed more than 60 countries of the world to develop an effective cyber security strategy that has helped mitigate the fast growing cyber threats, reports BSS.
The clinical-researchers who provided intervention services related to this project had good collaborative multidisciplinary relationships with GCSCC staff.
Staff of the pediatric team from the GCSCC referred 7-16 year old youth, who were assessed by the medical team as having difficulty adjusting to their disease, to the project team.
Youth referred to the project team were subjectively assessed by the GCSCC medical team as having some difficulty adjusting to their SCD.
Youth and families assigned to the control condition, treatment as usual (TAU), continued to receive comprehensive, high quality standard care rendered by the multidisciplinary, pediatric hematology team at the GCSCC. They did not have contact with project personnel nor receive any payment in the interim between the pre-and post-assessments.
Oxfords GCSCC is a global leader in cyber security and carries out audits of national cyber security risks and capabilities that help countries to plan investments and strategies to improve their digital security.
The GCSCC office will be co-located with a new Oceania Cyber Security Centre (OCSC), which was also announced today.