A_Global_Protocol_on_Cybersecurity_and_Cybercrime.pdf

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encouraging a graduated response to organizational structures and capacity building needs (bearing in mind local factors); and helping to put in place organizational structures as presented in Work Area 3. One member proposed alternative text of: “Support ITU members in development and promotion of national, regional and international policy and strategies to fight against cybersecurity incidents in a global perspective, including an improvement national, regional and international level governments coordination in cybersecurity; in graduated response, to organizational structures and capacity building needs bearing in mind local factors; put in place organizational structures as presented in WA 3”. 4.4. ITU should create a focal point within the ITU to manage the diverse activities in a coordinated manner in order to support national, regional, international cooperation as defined by Work Area 5; One member proposed alternative text of: “Create a focal point within the ITU to manage the diverse activities in a coordinated manner in order to support national, regional, international cooperation as defined by WA 5”. 4.5. ITU should assist in empowering end-users to adopt a safe behaviour in order to become responsible cyber-citizens. 4.6. ITU should encourage providers of ICT products and services to increase the security of their products and services and to take steps to support end-users’ cybersecurity measures; 4.7. ITU should train and educate at several levels all the actors of the information society; 4.8. ITU should continue to develop human capacity in all aspects of cybersecurity to help build a global culture of cybersecurity. One member was concerned about how recommendation 4.8 relates to capacity-building – need actions to support the global framework, so it suggested alternative text: “Continue to develop human capacity in all aspects of cybersecurity to help build a global culture of cybersecurity”. 4.9. ITU should promote the establishment of public-private partnerships when required in order: - To integrate security into infrastructure, - To promote a security culture, behaviour and tools, - To fight against cybercrime. 4.10. ITU should make full use of NGOs, institutions, banks, ISPs, libraries, local trade organizations, community centres, computer stores, community colleges and adult education programmes, schools and parents-teacher organizations to get the cybersecurity message across. 4.11. ITU should promote awareness campaigns through initiatives for greater publicity. 5) International Cooperation Summary : General consensus was achieved on the recommendations for WA5, with no opposition voiced . One member emphasized that there should be coordination with other Work Areas, including extension of the GCA mandate, supported by ITU in pragmatic ways. Recommendations: 5.1. ITU should create a focal point within ITU to manage the diverse activities in a coordinated manner in order to ensure successful execution of the ITU mandate. The focal point would serve to ensure continuity in the ITU after the HLEG has completed its work, identify priorities, follow up on
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