A_Global_Protocol_on_Cybersecurity_and_Cybercrime.pdf

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One member recommended using templates matching the various choices of organizational structures (at the national to regional to international level) and then identifying the different possible skills from the administrative level upwards to achieve strategic goals. One member noted that the strategic report focuses on four layers, which have been divided as: end user, national, regional and international. China suggested that “regional” and “international” be integrated as “international”. For each layer, the report should address what constitutes the improvement of capacity, who is the main actors, and what are the main activities and their expected outcomes. This member also noted that capacity-building for an inclusive society is cross-cutting across the other four Work Areas of GCA and should be put in other 4 areas. Capacity building is just one part of building an inclusive society. Recommendations: 4.1. ITU should have a lead role in coordinating robust, multi-stakeholder participation in cybersecurity investigation and solutions development and putting them into action, developing effective legal frameworks in the elaboration of strategies for the development of model cybercrime legislation as guidelines that are globally applicable and interoperable with existing national and regional legislative measures, in order to answer the needs identified in Work Area 1. One member proposed alternative text of: “ITU’s lead role in coordinating robust, multi-stakeholder participation in cybersecurity investigation and solutions development and put them into action, develop effective legal framework in elaboration of strategies for the development of a model cybercrime legislation as a guideline that is globally applicable and interoperable with existing national and regional legislative measures in order to answer the needs identified in WA1”. Another member suggested that the work of international bodies like the ITU who could play a role should be highlighted. 4.2. ITU should promote the adoption and support of technical and procedural cybersecurity measures in: 1) becoming the global ‘centre of excellence’ through collaboration with existing cybersecurity work outside ITU; 2) general procedural measures; 3) general technical measures; and 4) measures addressing specific technical topic, as specified by Work Area 2. One member proposed alternative text of: “Promote the adoption and the support of technical and procedural cybersecurity measures through four strategic proposals for the Secretary-General in: 1) becoming the global ‘centre of excellence’ through collaboration with existing cybersecurity work outside ITU; 2) general procedural measures; 3) general technical measures; and 4) measures addressing specific technical topics,as specified by WA 2”.
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76 4.3. ITU should support ITU members in the development and promotion of national, regional and international policies and strategies to fight against cybersecurity incidents within a global perspective, including improving national, regional and international governments coordination in cybersecurity;
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