A_Global_Protocol_on_Cybersecurity_and_Cybercrime.pdf

Develop acceptable practices for ict protection and

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Develop acceptable practices for ICT protection and reaction; x Establish effective cooperation and promote cooperation and coordination at national and international levels. 2. A global and interdisciplinary approach A systemic approach The word global should be understood as a systemic security framework including the political, social, economical and technical dimensions of cybersecurity. The systemic approach concerns all actors of the information society: from all kind of end users (including children), technologies, services or contents providers and profes-
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9 sionals, to policy makers, passing by organization’s owners, shareholders, managers, jus- tice and police professionals as judge, prosecutors, law enforcement people for example. In a cybersecurity context, global imply also the necessity to think security in terms of collaboration, cooperation and know how sharing. From public awareness to policy makers, a global and schedulable cybersercurity ap- proach should be available to answers alls kind of security issues and challenges. Each actor at his level has a role to play in the ICT security chain. In another hand, security is strongly linked to local culture, ethic, politic, law, as to say to specific national environments, which means that in an interconnected global in- formation society, cybersecurity should answer the challenge to be locally significant and efficient for a particular national context and interoperable and compatible at the inter- national level. Only an international open approach and cooperation, including international stan- dardization process could contribute to achieve these goals. Strategic and operational answers should be brings to all kind of actors belonging to political, legal, organisational, technical and social dimension of cybersecurity because cybersecurity is not just a cultural problem that has a technology or legal dimension. Political dimension Because Cybersecurity and cybercrime issues are governmental issues, and national secu- rity issues, government people should understand: x Links between social and economic development with crime and security issues in a connected society with interrelated infrastructures; x ICT related threats and risks for states, organizations and citizens including privacy and economic crime issues; x Needs for protection at national, regional and international levels; x The role of all relevant stakeholders and relationships between private and public sectors; x To define general measures to be taken to obtain a satisfying level of ICT security and protection assets (including privacy issues); x How to create, maintain and develop trust in ICT environment; x How to develop strategic improvement in ICT security.
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10 These are some conditions among others, without forgot the necessary budget to be made available to sustain security measures and organisational structure.
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