The integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) into almost every sphere of daily economic and social activity has increased the dependence of individuals, organizations and governments on globally interconnected networks. At the same time, new cyber-threats have emerged that have an impact on confidence and security in the use of ICTs. In order to protect networked infrastructures and address these threats, coordinated national action is required for the prevention, preparation, response and recovery from incidents. National frameworks and strategies are needed that allow stakeholders (end users, industry, and governments) to use all the technical, legal and regulatory tools available to promote a culture of cybersecurity.
In Resolution 130 (Antalya, 2006) ITU was requested to give high priority to building confidence and security in the use of information and communication technologies.
This workshop, one in a series of regional events jointly organized by ITU-D and ITU-T, aimed to:
The workshop is targeted at policy makers / regulators / service providers / operators, who are or would be involved in setting up or are implementing related frameworks in their country.
Please contact cybmail (at) itu.int with any general queries you may have related to the workshop.