A_Global_Protocol_on_Cybersecurity_and_Cybercrime.pdf

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implementation of the HLEG recommendations after their approval and, given the dynamism of the ICT environment, address new issues that arise after the completion of the work of the HLEG. This structural focal point would work with the global community on an ongoing basis to engage the existing international regional and national structures in building a common understanding of the
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77 relevant international issues and, as appropriate, develop compatible unified strategies and solutions. The functions of the structural focal point would include: - To compile information on initiatives and activities in the field of cybersecurity and make this information available to all stakeholders - To support and promote in international forums the ITU’s activities in the development of technical standards to increase the security of networks (i.e., ITU-T activities) and the ITU’s activities in providing assistance to developing countries to protect their IP-based networks, through capacity building and providing information about national best practices (i.e., ITU-D activities). - In accordance with the ITU’s WSIS C5 mandate, to support and promote the work of other organizations who have expertise in cybersecurity areas in which the ITU does not have expertise, through such activities as information exchange, creation of knowledge, sharing of best practices, assistance in developing multi-stakeholder and public/private partnerships, collecting and publishing information, and maintaining a website. - To the extent they are within the ITU’s mandate, to implement any HLEG recommendations that are approved by Council, without duplicating the work of other organizations in this area. - To work with the global community on ongoing basis to engage the existing international regional and national structures in building a common understanding of the international issues involving cybersecurity and developing unified strategies and solutions. - To facilitate the coordination of the ITU’s work in this field with other organizations to avoid duplication of effort and, to the extent possible, to assist in identifying and achieving compatible goals amongst the various individual initiatives. - Work towards international harmonization of the activities of stakeholders in the various fields of cybersecurity. - Act as an expert resource for assisting stakeholders in the resolution of international issues that might arise relating to cybersecurity. It is recommended that the Secretary-General initiate a study to define more precisely the form and function of the proposed organization. Two members queried the management of which & whose resources and activities. They suggested a clearer distinction should be made between ITU managing its resources, external bodies managing their resources and coordination between different bodies on their respective resources. One member called for policy coherence and coordination to avoid duplication of efforts.
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