Digital Access: Trust and Resilience

The Digital Access Programme (DAP) is an initiative to facilitate safe and secure internet access for excluded populations in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Brazil and Indonesia.

The Digital Access Programme (DAP) is a UK government programme which aims to facilitate wider and more affordable, safer and more secure access to the internet for excluded populations.

The DAP aims to harness the power of digital access and inclusion to tackle poverty, build prosperity and enable millions of people – especially socio-economically disadvantaged populations – to benefit from digital services and opportunities.

As part of the DAP, the International Security Programme is contributing its knowledge and expertise as part of a broader consortium, to develop and implement cyber capacity-building activities in Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria and Brazil.

These project activities will be designed in consultation with national representatives and project partners, in order to identify opportunities for sustained capacity-building.