Capacity Building Program International Cyber Security Negotiations

Long term objective

Mitigating risks to both rights and security in the cyber-sphere through the promotion of international norms of responsible state behavior, confidence-building measures (CBMs), and international cooperation.

Short term objectives

  • A better and more detailed understanding by public officials, diplomats, industry, civil society representatives from all regions of the world of international norms, CBMs and international cooperation in the Cyber space
  • To broaden the participation in the international debates and regional and global negotiations in  fora such as the London Process, UN GGE, OSCE, ASEAN, OAS, in the EU, the AU and AP-CERT
  • A better understanding of the concerns, best practices, policies and institutional arrangements in the field of cyber security at the regional level
  • Build a network of alumni, lecturers and experts of the workshop course, to up-date and exchange information on  future developments in the global and regional international cyber security debate, research and negotiations

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