March 15, 2016
The report also shows that two out of three countries do not have a command and control centre for cyber security.
Additionally, the report says that a large majority of prosecutors lack the capacity to punish cybercrimes and face other problems as well.
According to the OAS, the report analyses the state of preparedness of 32 countries based on 49 indicators.
It is the first significant examination of the level of preparedness in Latin America and the Caribbean against the growing threat of cybercrime, the OAS said.