A_Global_Protocol_on_Cybersecurity_and_Cybercrime.pdf

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ICTs could be dealt with through legislation in an internationally compatible manner. Work Area two, “Technical and procedural measures” , focused on key measures for addressing vulnerabilities in software products, including accreditation schemes, protocols and standards. Work Area three, “Organizational structures” , considered generic frameworks and response strategies for the prevention, detection, response to and crisis management of cyberattacks, including the protection of countries’ critical information infrastructure systems. Work Area four, “Capacity building” , sought to elaborate strategies for capacity-building mechanisms to raise awareness, transfer know-how and boost cybersecurity on the national policy agenda. Finally, Work Area five, “International cooperation” sought to develop a strategy for international cooperation, dialogue and coordination in dealing with cyberthreats. 3 THE HIGH-LEVEL EXPERTS GROUP (HLEG) An expert panel was appointed to advise the ITU Secretary-General on the complex issues surrounding cybersecurity, consisting of world-renowned specialists in the subject. Members of the High-Level Experts Group (HLEG) 1 were nominated by the ITU Secretary-General, with due consideration to both geographical diversity and range of expertise, to ensure multi-stakeholder representation. It comprised more than one hundred world-renowned specialists in cybersecurity, representing expertise from across a broad range of backgrounds including the administrations of ITU Member States, industry, regional and international organizations, research and academic institutions. 1 Details and biographies of HLEG Members are listed at:
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66 3.1. Main Responsibilities of the HLEG The key purpose of the HLEG was to advise the ITU Secretary-General on the complex issues surrounding cybersecurity and to formulate proposals on long-term strategies to promote cybersecurity in the five key Work Areas . The main responsibilities of the HLEG were: - to further develop GCA by proposing refinements to its main goals; - to analyze current developments in cybersecurity, including both threats and state-of-the-art solutions, anticipate emerging and future challenges, identify strategic options, and formulate proposals to the ITU Secretary-General; - To meet the goals of GCA ; and - To provide guidance on possible long-term strategies and emerging trends in cybersecurity. HLEG Members acted in their personal capacity and at their own expense, so their advice can be considered as objective and impartial. To ensure a representative balance in the membership of the HLEG, its members were nominated as a broad cross-selection from Member States from the five world regions; industry (manufacturers, operators, service providers, software developers, security and other information technology firms) and other regional and international organizations, academic and research institutions.
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