INTRODUCTION and INSTRUCTIONS
The Best Practice Forum on Cybersecurity aims to be bottom-up, open and inclusive and therefore invites all interested to comment and contribute on its draft outputs.
General comments as well as comments on specific parts of the report are welcome. In the later case, please indicate clearly what section, page or paragraph of the text your comment relates to.
Comments can be submitted by clicking on 'Add new comment' below and will be shown in the column on the right.
Received public feedback will be taken into account in the final version of the BPF output, which will be published shortly after the IGF meeting.
Part I : Background paper to the IGF BPF on Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity culture, norms and values
- Introduction to the BPF on Cybersecurity
- Culture, norms and values
- Background on norms development
- The case for cyber norms
- Norms development processes
- State of existing norms development and implementation
- Digital security divide
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Part II: Summary report of the public contributions to the IGF BPF on Cybersecurity
- Defining a culture of cybersecurity
- Typical values and norms of importance to the contributors
- Organisations promoting specific cybersecurity norms
- Norms that have been effective at improving security
- Norms that have failed or had adverse effects
- Methods of implementing cybersecurity norms
- A Digital Security Divide
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