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3.2. Structure and Working Methods A collaborative portal was established, providing web-based electronic services for the submission and exchange of documents and allowing online real-time discussions between HLEG members. A Discussion Forum was created, allowing HLEG members to exchange views and ideas on all five Work Areas, follow discussion threads and respond to specific items that had been posted. A Wiki area was established, enabling HLEG members to post and upload resources, links and articles on cybersecurity and the different Work Areas of the GCA. A Documents area was created for HLEG members to upload written contributions and the outcome documents resulting from the work of the GCA. There was also a Chat area, enabling members to engage in on-line discussion with other users who were logged-on. The ITU Secretariat created an email account ([email protected]) which was used to contact the ITU Secretariat. Furthermore, a GCA mailing list was established to facilitate communications between HLEG Members through the direct exchange of emails. At its Inaugural Meeting on 5 October 2007, the HLEG appointed Work Area leaders on a voluntary basis in order to deliver a strategic report in each of the five Work Areas: 1) Legal Measures : Mr. Stein Schjolberg, Judge at the Moss District Court, Norway. 2) Technical and Procedural Measures : Mr. Jaak Tepandi, Professor of Knowledge Based Systems, Institute of Informatics, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia and Mr. Justin Rattner, Chief Technology Officer, Intel. 3) Organizational Structures : Mr. Taïeb Debbagh, Secretary-General, Département de la Poste, des Télécommunications et des Technologies de l'Information (DEPTTI), Kingdom of Morocco and Ms. Solange Ghernaouti-Helie, Professor and Présidente de la Commission Sociale, HEC- Université de Lausanne, Switzerland. 4) Capacity Building : Mr. Ivar Tallo, Senior Programme Officer, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and Ms. Solange Ghernaouti-Helie, Professor and Présidente de la Commission Sociale, HEC-Université de Lausanne, Switzerland. 5) International Cooperation : Mr. Shamsul Jafni Shafie, Director, Security, Trust and Governance Department, Content, Consumer and Network Security Division, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission and Mr. Zane Cleophas, Chief Director, Border Control Operational Coordinating Committee (BCOCC), Department of Home Affairs of South Africa.
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67 3.3. HLEG Meetings The HLEG held three official Meetings on 5 October 2007, 21 May 2008 and 26 June 2008, with a further two ad-hoc Meetings between the First and Second HLEG Meetings to supplement its work and activities (held on 7-8 January 2008 and 28-29 April 2008). First HLEG Meeting : The Inaugural Meeting of the HLEG took place at the ITU Headquarters in Geneva on 5 October 2007.
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