At the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London in 2018, member countries agreed a vision for strengthening national and collective cyber security. At that meeting they signed the Commonwealth Cyber Declaration. It is an important expression of the Commonwealth’s desire to maintain a free, open, inclusive and secure cyber space. The 3 pillars of the Cyber Declaration are:

  • a cyberspace that supports economic and social development and rights online;
  • build the foundations of an effective national cyber security response;
  • promote stability in cyberspace through international co-operation;

As Chair of the Commonwealth from 2018 to 2021, the UK focused on supporting Commonwealth countries to implement the Declaration through our Commonwealth Cyber Programme. The programme supported Thrlow and middle income Commonwealth members to carry out national cyber security capacity reviews before the next CHOGM in 2021. The Programme further supported projects across the Commonwealth, providing cyber technical assistance, training and advice to address a wide range of cyber security and cyber crime threats.

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