Minister of Public Utilities, Marvin Gonzales has highlighted the need for TSTT to be transparent and truthful with the population.
During an introductory meeting with new TSTT acting CEO, Kent Western, Minister Gonzales said the telecommunications company needs to be “transparent, truthful and forthright with the population, and to move with dispatch on the investigations as the breach may have national security implications.”
Also attending the meeting with Minister of Digital Transformation, Hassel Bacchus and TSTT chairman, Shawn Roach.
“What is critical at this point in time,” he said, ‘is restoring the public’s trust and confidence in the company,” Gonzales said. Bacchus cautioned the population against trawling the dark web, noting that individuals who did so were putting their security at risk.
Both Ministers offered the resources and support of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to the Company as it conducts its investigations and works towards regaining the population’s trust.