Cybersecurity Capacity Building 2.0 – Bridging the Digital Divide and Strengthening Sustainable Development
Cybil code: G0041
From: Jan 2016
To: Dec 2018
Themes & Topics
- Cyber Security Policy and Strategy
- National Assessments
- CBMs, Norms and Cyberdiplomacy
- Cyber Incident Management & Critical Information Protection
- National Computer Security Incident Response
- Critical Information Infrastructure Protection
- Cybercrime Training and Prevention
- Legal Frameworks / Cybercrime Law
- Cyber Security Culture & Skills
- Cyber Security Awareness
- Education, Training & Workforce Development
- Cyber Security Standards
- (i) increase cyber capacities through development and aid projects;
- (ii) provide advice for how developing countries can establish CCB programmes and utilize private sector expertise;
- (iii) identify mechanisms that can be built upon for international cooperation at the diplomacy arena on internet governance and cyber security in the global society;
- (iv) identify how new partnerships can be built through CCB programmes.
Studying cybersecurity capacity building (CCB) and the sustainability of development processes in developing countries based on fieldwork in developing countries, desktop studies and participation at international conferences and multistakeholder processes.
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