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Global Cybersecurity Index

The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) is an ITU-ABIresearch joint project to rank the cybersecurity capabilities of nation states. Cybersecurity has a wide field of application that cuts across many industries and sectors. Each country’s level of development will therefore be analyzed within five categories: Legal Measures, Technical Measures, Organizational Measures, Capacity Building and Cooperation.

The Global Cybersecurity Index and Cyberwellness profiles Report has been launched at WSIS Forum’15 Geneva, on the 28 May. 
GCI_Cover_May2015.jpgThis report presents the 2014 results of the GCI and th​​e Cyberwellness country profiles for Member states. It includes regional rankings, a selected set of good practices and the way forward for the next iteration. This Report​ is available in all 6 languages.

Disclaimer 
The original publication is in English and translations in other languages may not accurately reflect the content of the English publication. In case of discrepancy, the English text shall prevail.

Afghanistan, Algeria (People's Democratic Republic of), Armenia (Republic of), Bangladesh (People's Republic of), Barbados, Bhut
 
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Goals:
  • Promote government strategies at a national level
  • Drive implementation efforts across industries and sectors
  • Integrate security into the core of technological progress 
  • Foster a global culture of cybersecurity​
​The GCI project finds its basis in the current mandate of the ITU and the related projects and activities of the BDT: 
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  • ITU Plenipotentiary Resolutions: 181 (Guadalajara, 2010), 130174 179 (Rev. Busan 2014)
  • ITU WTDC Resoluti​ons: 4567​, 69 (Rev. Dubai, 2014) 
  • ITU WTSA Resolutions: 505258 (Dubai, 2012)​​​​​