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.
|||This report presents the 2014 results of the GCI and the 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. |
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.
- 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:
- ITU Plenipotentiary Resolutions: 181 (Guadalajara, 2010), 130, 174 , 179 (Rev. Busan 2014)
- ITU WTDC Resolutions: 45, 67, 69 (Rev. Dubai, 2014)
- ITU WTSA Resolutions: 50, 52, 58 (Dubai, 2012)