By 18 June: Review the survey results and volunteer to help research and assess cybersecurity incidents: Review the google doc.
Join the BPF Cybersecurity mailing list (subscribe here) and the BPF calls (details below). The BPF welcomes community volunteers to help with the collection of information, analysis and drafting. Contact [email protected] if interested in joining the work .
BPF Objective for 2023
To collect and evaluate cybersecurity events to present first-person narratives from those most affected as victims or first responders to inform policy and norms developing deliberations, so that high-level policy decisions are grounded in reality.
BPF Work Plan
1. collect high-profile cases and select +/- 1 incident per georgraphical region
2. analyse the incidents for their impact on: a) people, b) CI/CII, c) government services, d) technical (infra)structures and e) incident responders **
3. assess the effect of the observation of norms and their implementation
( ** The UN norms on responsible state behaviour touch on effect on people, CI/CII (#6/7), essential services (#6), technical infrastructure (#9,10) and CERTs (#11).)
BPF Activities & Updates
- By 18 June: Review the survey results and volunteer to help research and assess cybersecurity incidents: Review the google doc.
- BPF Survey What cybersecurity incidents are of concern to you ? Propose cybersecurity incidents for a deep dive analysis - answer by 16 May - online questionnaire
- BPF Cybersecurity kick-off, 2 May 2023, Summary, slide deck, recording (passcode [email protected] )
BPF Coordinating team
contact [email protected]
Learn more about the 2022 BPF Cybersecurity at www.intgovforum.org/en/content/bpf-cybersecurity-2022
Related BPF work on cyber norms agreements