Cybernetica and the Government of Aruba, represented by Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes, signed an agreement that marks the start of a pilot project to set up secure data exchange and interoperability for digital government services. The Government of Aruba aims to digitalise government services for better citizen experience, and Cybernetica will be providing the technological platform as well as advisory.
In the first phase, five departments within three ministries in Aruba will be connected to the Unified eXchange Platform. The scalable infrastructure created during the pilot project will lead to the further development of digital services.
Riho Kurg, Head of Data Exchange Technologies at Cybernetica says the company is excited to be working on the first phase of the project with the Government of Aruba, which will lay down the foundations for nationwide digitalisation of public services.
“Cybernetica will not only be providing the technological solution for a scalable and secure data exchange, we will also be supporting with advisory to assess the technical and legislative situation, stakeholders, and propose the design of the first interoperability services. Secure data exchange is the backbone of digital transformation that allows any future digital services to be easily designed with security and trust in mind,” said Kurg.
Cybernetica has a proven track record in the region as in 2020 secure data exchange was successfully implemented in the Bahamas with the development, installation and support carried out fully remotely.