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ITU 150

Global Partnerships

​​​​​​​hands.jpgThe recent establishment of global collaborations emphasize the role of ITU as global catalyst on international coo​peration in cybersecurity and BDT as the implementing arm.​​


Best practices  in cybercrime legislations,  joint technical assistance to member states, informatio​​n sharing.​ ​
Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation : ITU is a partner of CTO and work with them, where relevant, to deliver particular outputs such as research, events or training activities in cybersecurity.​ ​ ​ ​ ​

ITU is collaborating with the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre of the University of Oxford on cybersecurity capacity building initiatives such as the Centre’s cybersecurity capacity maturity model where ITU’s experience with the Global Cybersecurity Index has been injected and more recently on the National CIRT programme. 

​Commonwealth Cybercrime Initiative : ITU is a member of the Steering​ Group which provides specialised expertise and strategic advice to the Executive Management Group of the Commonwealth Cybercrime Initiative.

​​Within GCA, ITU and IMPACT  deployed solutions and services to support ITU Member States and others with the expertise, facilities and resources to effectively enhance the global community’s capability and capacity to prevent, defend against and respond to cyber threats.​​

Collaboration with FIRST – To share best practices on computer incident response, engage in joint events, facilitate affiliation of national CIRTS of member states.​ ​ 
​The mission of the ISOC is to promote the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet for the benefit of all people throughout the world.
​ITU is a founding partners of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) and is a co-initiator of the CSIRT Maturity initiative.​


Collaboration with ABI Research​ The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI)

Tap on expertise of globally recognized industry players and accelerate information sharing with ITU member states.​
​Nuix is contributing in ITU-D Study Group 2 Question 3 “Securing information and communication networks: Best practices for developing a culture of cybersecurity”. Nuix is also collaborating with ITU on Cyberdrills. 
High-Tech Bridge is providing on-demand web application security assessment solutions.​​​

Regional organizations & MEMBER STATES

​To collaborate  within the f​ramework of the ITU Global Cybersecurity Agenda and in accordance with the Parties’ commonly agreed goals for a more secure and safer information society and on the basis of mutual benefit.​​​​